Rachel is married with two children and four grandchildren. She grew up in India where her parents were missionaries. She is currently living in Oxford in the UK.
At the age of 24 Rachel, with her husband Gordon, worked alongside Reinhardt Bonnke and the Christ for All Nations team in Africa. In Zimbabwe she almost lost her life in a horrific accident, but was miraculously healed by God. After returning from Africa in 1990, Rachel and Gordon pastored a group of four churches in Hertfordshire and it was during this time that they established “Heartcry Ministries” with the call to train and equip people to be released into effective prayer and missions for their communities, cities and nations.
She travels internationally, visiting Europe, North America, Africa and India. Invitations come from various denominational backgrounds where a passion for unity has brought the churches together to pray for a move of god in their area. Rachel and Gordon have a passion to see cities transformed through the power of prayer and evangelism.
Rachel is the author of seven books; you can read more about her and her ministry on www.heartcryforchange.com
Grethe is the founder of Daughter of the King Conferences in the Balkans. She has a passion to see women rise up and become all that God has called them to be. She has a gift of exhortation with prophetic insight. She has traveled extensively, speaking in Churches and women's meetings. She and her husband Andrew lived in the Balkan region for nine years, they share a great burden for ethnic reconciliation of the Balkan people. They returned to Australia in 2012. Grethe continues to travel across to the Balkans twice a year; for the main DOK conference and Macedonia in spring and then the regional conferences in BiH, Croatia and Serbia in the fall. Since returning to Australia, Grethe and her friend Ruth have founded a non-profit organisation called “Hands of Hope” for the purpose of raising funds for the under privileged.