Meet our friends and ambassadors of Compassion UK, partnering with us in our mission to release children from poverty in Jesus' name.
Compassion UK is privileged to partner with a wide range of talented Christian speakers and artists, who act as Ambassadors for our work.
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Loulita is a singer-songwriter and worship leader based in Bristol, UK. She has been leading worship for over 15 years and in May 2018 released her debut solo album ‘The Last Twelve Years’.
Following her album release, Loulita released 7 brand new songs through the Homegrown Worship, a UK Christian label. Many of her songs have been playlisted on radio stations around the world as well as UCB 1 & 2 and UCB Ireland.
Aside from leading worship and performing her music, Loulita has been involved in teaching the subjects of Worship and Team Building to Bible School students. She is also a gifted graphic designer and has been running her business (Loulita Gill Design) for 9 years.
Loulita graduated with a Masters Degree in Practical Theology from the University of Chester in 2015. She is a wife to Joe and mum of three lovely boys, Emmanuel, Isaiah and Nathaniel.
Please contact us if you would like Loulita to perform or lead worship at your event.
Inspired by the likes of Kanye West, Chance The Rapper and Kirk Franklin, Still Shadey is a talented young rap artist from Croydon. Stadey's raw and unique sound has been compared to Stormzy and Kendrick Lamar. Still Shadey's debut album, Croydon Baby, features 17 incredible tracks blending Hip-hop, Grime and Afro swing.
Still Shadey is thrilled to be working with Compassion to empower young people and give them hope. "Sponsoring Pleasure from Uganda has been a humbling experience," he says. "Every time I write to her and stuff, it's really the grace factor. It reminds me of the grace of God. In the last letter she was telling me how she likes riding her bike, she drew me a picture of her church and friends.
"I think Compassion is cool because it's kingdom orientated. Sponsoring is one of the best things you an do. Nothing means more for so little. You're making a difference."
Having performed all over the world with thebandwithnoname (Innervation Trust) and now having gone solo, Chip describes himself as a singer/songwriter and performer at heart. He is also a published author of 13 books aimed at connecting young people with the Bible.
Chip is on staff at !Audacious Church in Manchester, and is also a regular presenter on GodTV. He leads the Big Church Kids tent every year at BigChurchDayOut, and accepts invitations to speak to young people all over the nation on a whole range of Christian topics.
Lindsay Bruce is an award-winning writer and journalist with 20 years' experience of telling stories both in the media and in church. A Bible college graduate, she has been a youth pastor, and senior leader of the church she planted with her husband.
A passionate communicator, Lindsay has spoken all over the UK. She is wife to Nathan and mum to Corban and Micah, a proud Scot, an avid social justice campaigner and a local church girl at heart. Her greatest desire is to see people say yes to Jesus and in turn see our nation transformed.
"I'm not someone who will advocate for just any model of support and mission - because I hate the thought of somehow disempowering people through our vain attempts at help. I was challenged some time ago to make sure the things I do to 'help' don't actually keep people in poverty longer.
"When we came across Compassion, we found a way to use the resource and the blessing of our church planting to empower children, and their wider families, alongside the local church - our other biggest passion in life. A decade - and almost as many Compassion-sponsored children later - we've only had cause to celebrate and champion more the incredible movement that is Compassion."
Actor and singer, Naomi Scott is a long-term supporter of Compassion's work. Naomi's acting roles have included Princess Jasmine in Disney's 2019 live action Aladdin remake, Kimberly Hart in Power Rangers and Maddy Shannon in the science fiction drama series, Terra Nova.
Naomi is also an accomplished musician with albums Invisible Division, Promises and Vows.
"When I visited the Compassion project I saw that giving children hope is the heart and culture of Compassion," reflects Naomi. "I saw the impact Compassion has on a child’s life. That when you sponsor a child , you provide them with medical care, tend to their emotional and social well-being and ensure the chance for a great education. It's very holistic which is something I really love."
We recently caught up with Naomi Scott to hear more about her passion for empowering women and girls worldwide.
Pyramid Park is the project name of Cambridge-based songwriter Pete McAllen. Pyramid Park write catchy alternative/indie pop songs that help the listener worship. Their debut album "Vulnerability" is due for release on 8 September 2017.
“These songs are written to be sung as much in a great crowd as they are alone in your bedroom. My desire is that they inspire reflection and bold prayer,” says Pete McAllen.
Pete is currently on staff at Cambridge Community Church (C3) where he serves as Worship Pastor. For the last two years he has led worship at One Event and was previously part of the worship team at Hillsong London.
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Compassion UK Christian Child Development, registered charity in England and Wales (1077216) and Scotland (SC045059). A company limited by guarantee, Registered in England and Wales company number 03719092. Registered address: Compassion House, Barley Way, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 2UT.
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