I prayed for the big burly guy’s left little finger…

Today was a ram-packed full day. Speaking, teaching, outreach and guest speaker at a church that meets in COSTA coffee. It was great! I love my job so much! To work with such an enthusiastic bunch of people made it so easy.  But what really encouraged me the most today was treasure hunting. You may…

Red boots

I had the joy of speaking and taking part at this years HOPE MK… Not only did I teach over 100 young people in the morning I also joined a team all afternoon in the city centre and spoke at the final youth event in the evening. I love my job. These young people gave…

Just do something!

I’m often asked what it is that churches can do to share the good news of Jesus with people in their community. The answer I give often surprises them: ‘just do something!’ Really, anything?! I believe that God wants to use our gifts, creativity and personalities to let others in on what we have as…

Outreach with a big bunch of pansies

… And I’m not venting any frustration by reverting to school playground teasing. I really did spend the day with an amazing bunch of people in the South East who literally had hundreds of pansies to give away to the people who live around the Church building in Folkestone. Tomorrow they will give them away…

Have you tried a bit of treasure hunting yet?

More and more Christians are willing to have a go and do some new things to let others in on the good news of Jesus. I have been surprised by the willingness shown by church leaders to creatively reach out to those in their communities especially with Treasure Hunting, a simple way doing ‘prophetic evangelism.’…

‘Come and hear’ or ‘go and tell?’

Over the past month I have had the privilege of working with 3 Baptist Churches to help them connect with people in their communities. The people they had in mind are the vast majority who wouldn’t consider attending their services or taking the initiative to engage with the Christian faith on their own accord. The…

The art of reflecting

My day job requires quite a bit of travel and this gives good time to reflect and evaluate what I do. I don’t mean that I navel gaze and become self obsessed but rather I try and reflect so that I may learn and grow as a Christian. My work with The Light Project as…

Words from God’s heart to people’s hearts

“Old person! Old person!” The 4 year old boy shouted and pointed at a grey haired lady as we ventured around the shopping centre in Salford. He was certain that God wanted to bring his love and healing to someone who was, in his point of view, old. Seeing as most people over 40 look…