“Are you surprised/thrilled/encouraged by what has happened over these years since you left secular work and responded to God’s call?” I am often asked this or similar questions. In some ways my answer has to be simple and straightforward. “Yes, […]
A fascinating book of research on the origins of ‘evangelicalism’ in the age of Edwards, Whitefield and the Wesleys.
Bible Insight | Jonah – A man who ran away from God part 10 of 15.
What a book! It is hard to read such material without feeling deeply stirred about the accessibility of God in revival and the phenomenal fruits of a genuine work of the Spirit as it breaks out in society.
It is always good for your soul to be reminded of revival days of the past. Few books on revival are as accessible and rewarding as this and I wholeheartedly recommend it to you.
This eye witness account of the revival in the Isle of Lewis in the Hebrides from 1949-1952 is stirring stuff. Well worth reading just to catch the atmosphere of an island overwhelmed by the invasion of the Spirit of God.
A fascinating new biography recalling the earliest invasion of Pentecostalism into the UK.
Once again last week’s Newfrontiers leaders’ days of prayer and fasting were truly memorable as hundreds gathered to seek God. For me the highlight was the awesome word brought to us by Neville Jones from CCK, Brighton, who with remarkable authority and anointing spoke of an underground lake of blessing that is growing inexorably with inevitable blessing that’s going to break out. My faith, along with many others, soared with real joy and anticipation.
Christmas was absolutely delightful for the Virgo household. On Saturday 22nd December Simon, our third son, married Caroline Green at Canterbury. The sun shone, the wind dropped, the rain held off, the temperature rose a few degrees and we were delighted that we were able to have photographs in the sunshine.