Our Team

Lynda Rose – Director, Voice for Justice UK

Lynda Rose is an Anglican priest and writer. Originally called to the Bar, she subsequently felt called to ministry and was amongst the first women to be ordained in the UK. She served for a number of years in parish ministry in and around Oxford, but more recently has devoted her energies to campaigning on pro-life and related Christian issues. She is a Trustee of LIFE, the biggest pro-life charity in the UK, has worked extensively with Anglican Mainstream, and is a member of the House of Lords and Commons Family and Child Protection Group.

She has written several books for both the religious and general markets. She lives in Oxford with her husband, Francis, and they have three adult children.

Christopher Shell

Christopher Shell is married with three young daughters and a large (mostly Kenyan-Asian) family. He is chief UK bookbuyer for an international Christian retailer. He achieved a double first from Oxford, and a PhD from Cambridge in early Christian ecstatic experience, together with seven university prizes in various subjects from the two institutions. Although he loves everything Christian and loathes everything secular (because of the easily-measurable statistical catastrophes, particularly to families and pre-born human lives, that secularism inevitably brings in its wake), he finds the spiritual-battle tradition to be especially accurate and real (Christus Victor; armour of God; ‘knights of God’ as in scouting; the reality that even intelligent people are frequently deceived and act irrationally; some end on the winning side and some don’t).

Anthony Busk

Following a calling into ministry, which spanned 15 years, Anthony moved into consultancy, specializing in the problems Christians face working from a Kingdom of God perspective interfacing with the kingdom of this world. This in turn led to a career move into Further and Higher Education, both in teaching and research, particularly with the latter seeing how the communication barrier between enterprise, and colleges and universities could be effectively broken. Subsequently, he has focused on the biblical principles underlying the caring involvement of Christians in a broken society, and how best to approach social issues while retaining the integrity of the Gospel message.

Alan Craig

Alan Craig is the former CEO of an international manufacturing group. Following his conversion to Christianity he moved to the east end of London to set up a hostel for young offenders on their release from prison, of which he was the first live-in warden. He subsequently became director of a church and family centre in the most deprived neighbourhood in the country, which he also represented as local councillor for eight years.

He is passionate about grass-roots urban concerns and the benefit of Christian values to wider society, and he campaigns on a number of major political issues. He stood for London Mayor on the Christian Choice ticket in May 2008.

He lives with his young family in a Muslim-majority part of Newham in east London.

Robert S. Harris

​Robert S. Harris is a writer who serves as Joint Convenor of the Lords and Commons Family and Child Protection Group, and co-edited its report, Stolen Childhood: Contemporary Issues of Family Breakdown.

He organised a Parliamentary Conference in 2012, addressing the sexualisation of children. In 2015, he organised a religious liberty Conference that led to the publication of Magna Carta Unravelled (2015). He holds a degree in Philosophy and a Graduate Diploma in Law. He has organised speaker events for public figures, has long experience of political and social campaigning with a variety of groups.

Dr. Josephine-Joy Wright

Dr. Josephine-Joy Wright currently works as the Lead for psychological services in CAMHS, 2gether Foundation Trust (Herefordshire). She is a Chartered Consultant Clinical Psychologist, specialising in Children and Family work, and complex adult neuro-developmental disorders, attachment, abuse and trauma. Since 1989 she has worked extensively with international disasters, including war-zones, pioneering psycho-social interventions, and developing work with child soldiers. She has also run and supervised Police Staff Support and Counselling Services, and trains teams and individuals in effective relationships, as well as undertaking specialist assessments and therapy with children and adults with neuro-developmental and attachment disorders, and traumatic/ abusive life experiences.

She has extensive experience training and supervising prayer and prophetic ministry, Christian counselling and pastoral care teams, working with adults and youth in churches and the community.