Iain H Murray
Founder of the Banner of Truth Trust and author of over 30 books including Revival and Revivalism and Pentecost Today?, Iain H Murray continues to write and speak around the world. Minister Emeritus in the Australian Presbyterian Church and former assistant to Dr Lloyd-Jones, Iain now lives in Edinburgh with his wife Jean.
The former minister of Cambridge Presbyterian Church (1999-2016), Ian is currently serving as President of Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Ian is also a Trustee of the Banner of Truth Trust and adjunct professor at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He is married to Joan, and they have four children and five granddaughters.
Educated at Westminster Philadelphia (under founding professors Van Til and Murray), Geoff served for five decades as minister of Alfred Place Baptist Church in Aberystwyth, during which time he mentored over 45 students who have become ministers themselves. A prolific author, Geoff continues to write, preach and teach in retirement.
Brian pastored an evangelical church in London for many years before broadening his ministry to include writing, speaking and prison ministry. He is co-author of the bestselling Evidence for the Bible and Through the British Museum with the Bible, but Brian may be even better known for his inspirational writing on revival. He and his wife Rosie are members of Christ Church, Dunstable.
Maurice was the minister of Ayr Free Church of Scotland for 20 years, and then of the Greyfriars Congregation, Inverness. A classicist by training, he has taught at the Free Church Seminary and edited the Banner of Truth magazine for 15 years. He remains a much-loved author and international speaker in retirement.
Warren was ordained to the ministry of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland in 2001 and has been the minister of Trinity RPC in Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland, since 2012. He teaches at the Reformed Theological College in Belfast, serves as a Trustee of the Banner of Truth, and is an international conference speaker. He and his wife Ruth have four daughters.
Peter is the founding minister of Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Cardiff, and edits the denomination's magazine. An experienced educator, he currently holds the Biblical Studies chair at Westminster, where his infectious enthusiasm for the Hebrew language has inspired his students over recent years.