Week 5 – A Story Worth Sharing…

“Would you lead Bible Study on Friday at 5pm?” I was asked at short notice near the end of a busy week of preparing courses, writing devotional material and teaching adults. It is hard for me in French and Creole but I reluctantly agreed. Arriving 15 minutes early, 50 people were already present, all under Read more about Week 5 – A Story Worth Sharing…[…]

Week 3 – A Story Worth Sharing…

Have you ever thought that God could use three small words to draw someone back to God? That is exactly what happened in my life. I first made a commitment to follow Jesus on Explorer’s Camp when I was 11 years old. From a nominally Christian family there was little support for my new found Read more about Week 3 – A Story Worth Sharing…[…]

Week 2 – A Story Worth Sharing…

In December 2016, a 29-year-old man was murdered. He had been an alcoholic since his teens. One day I had a conversation with him and he said he would be a Christian but he was too embarrassed. So I ask myself: “What is it we Christians do that is so un-cool or toe-curling to non-Christians?” Read more about Week 2 – A Story Worth Sharing…[…]

Week 1 Story – How was I called?

A story worth sharing… Daffodils are my favourite flowers as they bring their boldness and cheer year on year in spring, regardless of how bleak or harsh a winter we have experienced. Early on Easter Sunday (2015), local Churches worked together to place over 1000 daffodils around the village of Lanchester, and left them at Read more about Week 1 Story – How was I called?[…]