Get to know a little about the authors here at Gospel Convergence.
Davy is a recent Bachelor of Divinity graduate from the Irish Baptist College. He is happily married to his lovely wife Tracy, regularly preaches in churches around Ireland and is following God’s guiding into full time ministry. In his spare time Davy enjoys playing and watching football, reading and drinking copious amounts of tea.
Nathan is also a graduate from the Irish Baptist College having attained a Bachelor of Theology and is continuing his studies (part-time) at Union Theological College with a Master of Theology in Missiology. Outside of work Nathan enjoys reading novels (almost as much as theology), writing and is currently learning to play the violin (apparently the guitar is too cliché).
Matthew Kelso has been born and bred in the heart of Ballymena. For the past three years, he laboured intensely, for nine hours a week, to attain a B.A in English Literature. In 2010, he was voted Belfast’s ninth most attractive male by an independent panel of judges; he’s still in shock. Currently, he is working in Ballykeel Presbyterian Church as a Cornhill Apprentice, and divides his time between studying, serving and surfing, all to the glory of God.
Rachel Hanna is originally from Kilkeel, Co. Down and is single-handedly seeking to convince the people of Northern Ireland that the Mournes are better than the North Coast. She loves the local church, particularly the assembly of believers in the Crescent Church, Belfast. She is currently studying an MA in Linguistics at QUB, with the hope of serving in mission overseas in the future. She enjoys drinking a wide array of weird teas with her housemates, whilst contemplating and discussing the big and small questions of every day life. Sure, pop in some time and join in… 🙂