Luke 1v46-55 "This choice poem is a hymn of faith..Mary knew that with God all things are possible, she had his pro… https://t.co/a69Yj7qB1p
"'The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us.' There is no longer a gulf fixed between God and his people; the huma… https://t.co/Rvltybp9Zz
RT @His_Grace: What utter, utter tosh. Who.. just *WHO* argues that Jesus didn't exist? Why don't you publish a piece on the historical evi…

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Prayer – Talking to God

During the last few days I have been thinking about prayer. For me personally there have been some things happening recently that have made me feel, at different times, stupid, troubled, annoyed, worried and sad. I have found myself going back, again [...]

Walking with my Grandchildren

I love spending time with my grandchildren and it’s something I look forward to doing more and more as I get older. Our grandchildren are getting older as well, of course, so this means they can join us on longer walks without [...]

The Journey Of Revival

The last 120 years have been years of massive change both for the world and for the Church. I believe that the majority of the changes in the Church have been good ones, particularly the growth in the numbers of Bible-believing Christians. [...]

Preparing For Revival

In recent weeks I’ve found God stirring me about revival. It’s a burden I’ve lived with throughout my adult life. However, my passion for revival is like a garden bonfire, sometimes it just smoulders and sometimes it flares up. God seems to [...]

Thirsting For Revival

Tuesday 31st October 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of what many consider to be the start of the Reformation. Martin Luther nailed his 95 Thesis onto the church door in Wittenberg, going public with his call for reformation in the Church. This [...]


God has saved us so we can do his will (1 Peter 4 v 2). It’s what we’ve been set free to do! It is our greatest privilege to do the will of God. As God wants us to do his will [...]