A friend once remarked,“Every time you step on a plane to go and serve God in another nation you should regard it as a privilege.” Flying to Zimbabwe to serve the saints there was undoubtedly so. The hundreds of believers […]
Having designed the artwork for the final Stoneleigh Bible week we were confronted with a vivid prophetic vision. A bright and attractive, eye-catching yellow field of dandelions suddenly turned grey. The wind began to blow. Seeds cascaded, caught the breeze […]
I am delighted to be speaking alongside Jeff Vanderstelt (vice-President of Acts 29) and Elliott Grudem (from Mars Hill) at a conference combining some fascinating Biblical themes.
‘Best so far!’ Words I love to hear, though I realise they are not an objective response to the latest Brighton TOAM conference. I know that no-one has carefully lined up the various strengths and weaknesses of all the previous conferences, graded them and carefully calculated that 2010 was the best.
I’ve just returned from a fascinating time in the U.S.A where I was primarily involved with our Newfrontiers U.S.A. annual leaders’ event which, praise God, continues to grow in numbers year-by-year as we plant more churches and others join us.
It was very exciting to see the 2,500-seater Caird Hall in Dundee extremely crowded on Sunday when I had the joy of preaching to believers from 31 churches across the city and beyond.
Short but very sweet. Last week and weekend Wendy and I paid a swift visit to the USA.
Wendy and I started our recent visit to South Africa with a great weekend at Jubilee Church in Cape Town. On the Friday evening P-J Smyth addressed a youth event underlining the need to be filled with the Holy Spirit. Scores poured forward at the end and many were receiving the Holy Spirit.
Most of you who read this blog will know that Mark Driscoll’s visit to us in the summer was phenomenal and had huge impact upon us. His disarming way and extraordinary spiritual authority came to us at a crucial time in our growth and development.