Charmel FlemmingCharmel is married lady and a mother of two, and is a committed Christ-follower. She serves as a Director and the Chairperson of the Board for 2018. She has served in the Anglican Denomination in their Audit and Risk Committee. Professionally she is a Chartered Accountant with experience in various corporate bodies, now running her own business, and also volunteers in a few Non-profit organisations, including Fresh Bread Ministries. She has a particular interest in seeing Churches effective in serving Jesus and the world that Jesus loves. 

Bishop Themba MntamboBishop Themba Mntambo is a Director of Fresh Bread Ministries. He is the Bishop of the Limpopo District of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa. He is a family man with a heart for people and a desire for God's Kingdom to come in life-transforming ways. As a leader he sees the need for people to know the power of God's grace, the process of life-change through discipleship and the strategic movement of the church to offer the gospel through church planting. 

ChristopherChristopher felt God leading him step by step into this ministry, after 32 years in full time ordained ministry within the Methodist community.  He felt this call some ten years ago, but it only became clearer in 2014. He worked during that period with a group of people as they discerned the way forward for his life and calling. Fresh Bread Ministries is the result of the discernment process. He has a MA (Theology) in missiology and the Science of Religion and offers training in missional theology and lectures at the University of Pretoria part-time. IT has been his passion to serve the call he believes is from God to help all churches to grow in the mission and calling of Jesus that will in turn assist congregations to grow in numbers and significance. 

Bishop Martin BreytenbachBishop Martin a married and serves as Bishop in the Diocese of St Mark the Evangelist in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa in Limpopo since 2000. He is the Chairperson of 'Growing the Church' and 'Fresh Expressions Southern Africa' which both seek to encourage evangelisation and missional growth in congregations and denominations. He is also a member of the MyChurchIt committee and was foundation to the creation and establishment of the MyChurch Management System. He is a participant on the Board. 

Rrev Kevin ZondaghRev Kevin Zondagh is a married person, and serves in the Methodist Church of Southern Africa, in a multicultural team ministry in the centre of Bloemfontein. He has theological training and is passionate about developing missional churches and coaching missional leaders. He has served in various capacities in training youth and young adult ministries. He is the pioneer of the online fresh expression of church disciple-making movement called Coffee Chat Connect - see www.coffeechatconnect.com  - which is about Connecting Friends Around an Open Bible. CCC creates interpersonal connections in an increasingly disconnecting world. We have seen people start groups in bars, hotels, retirement homes, regular homes, schools, workplaces, etc. on a global scale. He serves as a participant on the Board. 

Steve CarterSteve is married to Inez, together they have two children. They are currently serving in a missional capacity in the city of Rustenburg, North West. Their ministry centres around consulting with churches, and their leaders, for the healthy function of local church bodies; ministry within the area of social justice; and empowerment work for individuals, families and communities. See www.the-way.co.za for more details. He holds a BA in Psychological Counselling though UNISA, and is currently busy with his Honours in the same. He is a trained Family Life Centre Counsellor, as well as an HIV/AIDS Counsellor trained through UNISA. He is a participant on the FBM Board and is the regional worker for FBM using Fresh Expressions and MyChurch resources.