Richard Gamble , CEO
Richard is the visionary behind the colossal project to build Eternal Wall, monumental piece of public art revealing how Jesus has answered a million personal prayers. It will be the largest database of hope stories in the world. Having the idea in 2004, God gave him the go ahead to launch in 2016, and for the past four years Richard has shared the incredible concept all around the UK, rallying people behind the belief that one individual’s answered prayer can be another person’s hope.
After becoming a Christian in 1990 Richard studied at bible college and then worked for British Gas before leaving the big corporate world to make his mark in entrepreneurship, co-founding both a software business and a marketing consultancy. With a keen love of football, he became CEO of Sports Chaplaincy UK, and was former chaplain of Leicester City Football Club (before they were famous and won the Premiership!)
Paul Bulkeley, Head Architect
Paul is the founding director of Snug Architects, an award-winning practice that was selected in 2017 by the Royal Institute of British Architects as one of only nine role model practices. He has over 22 years of experience in Architecture and Urban Design, with an established reputation for award winning design, visionary thinking and the ability to deliver engaging community facilitation that engenders consensus. He is a visionary with an exceptional ability to see solutions where others might see challenges. He is a gifted communicator and recognised in the industry, having spoken internationally on design and business ethics. He is also a Teaching Fellow at the University of Southampton where he pioneered a civil engineering and architecture degree.
Paul is a committed Christian and has been developing a Biblical approach to ‘business as ministry’ . On the 500th anniversary of the Reformation he founded BizMin, an international organisation dedicated to equipping Christian entrepreneurs around the world to do business as ministry. He lives in Lymington with his wife and four children but grew up on the banks of the river Congo.
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