Heartfelt Prayer

We live in a world that expects us to project an image – and, for many people, their image comes out of the wardrobe.  We spend so much of our life trying to fulfil a role that we easily lose sight of who we really are.  Do you want to pray from your heart?  You’d best start by discovering what’s in your heart.

My Goodness!

Holiness isn't fashionable, but it's at the core of Christianity. There's no conflict between faith and holiness. We don't need tricks of gimmicks. What the world wants to see is the sincere testimony of a transformed life. No sermon speaks louder than that.

Sixty years on

planned to go to Bible College; I’d passed the interview and been offered a place.  However, I didn’t go, which was the right outcome, because my plan to become a pastor was an ambition rather than a calling. The year was 1961, I still wanted to serve God in a special way, but I took a job in an insurance office in the City of London. It wasn’t what I expected,  but it all made sense when a friend had the idea to form a rock group and invited me to join.

Still Digging

Who needs another book about prayer when there’s already so many?  But this one’s got a chapter called, “Yellow Card”, and others called, “Lord, I can’t find you”, “Not about duty”, and “Let it all out”, so there’s something different about it. This book doesn’t tell you the right way to pray. Rather it describes lots of different ways, and deals with awkward questions

We walk

“walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing, being fruitful in every good work”[1] Walking. It’s a human thing. On the day we start walking we stop being defined as babies. As a species we are unique in the way we walk. We stand tall, looking forward, looking far and near, and noticing things. We … Continue reading We walk