Enable 2016


1 Great Event

2 Great Venues

4 Great Speakers

Enable 2016, was held in Birmingham & Huddersfield, with 4 incredible speakers traveling between the sites.  There were four sessions held at each venue with, for the first time, a new seminar session and a seminar stream specifically for younger attendees aged between 13 and 18.

Rob ParsonsRob Parsons OBE

Speaking @ Huddersfield & BCC

Best-selling author and international speaker Rob Parsons has been speaking and writing on family and work-life issues for over 20 years, since he launched Care for the Family in 1988. More than 500,000 people have benefited from Rob’s wisdom and insights in live seminars around the world, and his ten books have sold worldwide in over a dozen languages.
Dan BlytheDan Blythe

Speaking @ BCC & Huddersfield

Dan has called Hillsong Church London home for the last 5 years. He and his wife Charlie have served in several roles during their time with Hillsong, the most recent of which is their new adventure building a Fearless generation of Christian youth in London. Dan is a powerfully articulate communicator and passionate about seeing a healthy, vibrant youth community in church.
Graham SwanGraham Swan

Speaking @ BCC

Graham Swann is a passionate evangelist based at Beacon Christian Centre in Loughborough. He is involved in local social outreach in his community and contributes to a long term mission project in Uganda. He shares his testimony in schools, churches and prisons and continues to run a tattoo studio in Loughborough that he started many years ago.
Lee JacksonLee Jackson

Speaking @ Huddersfield

Lee has over 20 years of experience speaking and working in situations including prisons, schools, a cruise ship (once!). Lee is a speaker, researcher, Powerpoint surgeon and author. He isn’t a ‘celebrity’ speaker, he’s never bungee jumped from the summit of Everest, he doesn’t have a world record, he doesn’t even like camping very much! But he’s a great speaker with life-changing content that can make a big difference in people’s lives.