“Lead me, Lord, in your righteousness because of my enemies – make your way straight before me.” (Psalms 5:8) As I read the verse above, I had a flashback to when I was a boy … Read More
How to change the narrative of your life
I wonder how you feel about your life right now? Perhaps you are disappointed, frustrated or even completely disillusioned? Perhaps you left school with high expectations and dreams that have not yet been fulfilled and … Read More
Be the answer to somebody’s prayers today!
Did you realise that you could actually change somebody’s life today? You could be the answer to somebody’s prayers. You could be somebody’s miracle today. I could tell you so many stories of the way … Read More
Time to reset your life?
As we continue to come out of lockdown – isn’t this the moment for each one of us to pause (with God’s help), take stock and reflect. To consider how our lives should look as … Read More
What to do when life doesn’t make sense?
Life can be challenging at times. God may appear silent or even absent. Praying becomes difficult. So what do you do when life doesn’t make sense? During the past 12 months I’ve resigned from my … Read More
Hanging in there (Guest post by Eric Gaudion)
Acute pain can cloud your thinking, and chronic pain can scour your soul. I should know after 22 years of some of the most dreadful pain known to humanity. Pancreatitis is a notoriously painful condition, … Read More
This week marked one year since the first coronavirus lockdown in the UK. Over 126,000 people have tragically lost their lives during the pandemic and there are few people that have not been impacted in … Read More
Seven things that waiting teaches us
I recently experienced a pretty tough season which took place during the pandemic and resulting lockdowns. Sadly my pastorate in Birmingham just didn’t work out and I resigned in August 2020. It was another fourteen months … Read More
We live in extraordinary and uncertain times. A year ago none of us had any idea what was ahead and for those of us in the UK and much of the western world, it has … Read More
Trust and obey
When I was a teenager I attended a youth camp on Anglesey at Benllech Bay I learned an important lesson – to trust and obey. The adjacent bay was known as Red Wharf Bay and … Read More