Celebrating Our Queen – 70 Years

As we celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee we look back on seven decades of royal service underpinned by a steadfast and personal Christian faith. The Queen’s faith has been, in many ways, particularly influenced by her grandfather, George V. His was a simple, Bible-based belief, which included reading a chapter of...

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General Secretary of the Russian Evangelical Alliance Writes A Letter Apologising For The Russian Invasion Of Ukraine

The head of the Russian Evangelical Alliance has written a letter to Christians around the world lamenting the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Rev Vitaly Vlasenko, general secretary of the Russian Evangelical Alliance, said the military invasion was a “shock” to him. “I mourn what my country has done,” Rev Vlasenko...

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The Bread of Life in Kiev

THE BREAD OF LIFE IN KIEV Day by day, women with small children are running trying to find a basement to hide themselves in from the bombing. Many people are crying out for help to come out of Kiev. There are those who haven’t had bread for four days. Elderly...

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Continuing Prayer For Ukraine

On Sunday, all over the world Russians and Ukrainians worshiped together in Russian Orthodox Churches, except of course in Russia itself, where Patriarch Kirill, the patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church of Moscow and Russia, remains in step with Mr. Putin, in full approval of Putin’s war on Ukraine. From all around the world...

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Covenant Prayer 2022

I am no longer my own, but Yours. Put me to what You will, Rank me with whom You will; Put me to doing, put me to suffering; Let me be employed for You or laid aside for You, Exalted for You or brought low for You; Let me be...

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This Time Of Opportunity For Change

Not long after lockdown began I sent this scripture to someone, Song of Solomon 2:10-13. But I kept feeling drawn back to it, so spent some time thinking and praying around it. ‘Come away with Me’ – time out, away from the normal rhythms. ‘The winter is past and the flowers...

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Christian Liberty Judicial Review

Since the November 2020 lockdown, 122 Church Leaders from England and Wales, of which Pastor Charles Fleming is one, have been pursuing a judicial review along with Christian Concern regarding the criminalising of churches gathering for worship and prayer. Please pray that permission is granted for the case to be expedited...

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“The Midnight Cry“ by RT Kendall

I wrote a book not long ago entitled Is Your Heart Prepared for the Midnight Cry?(Charisma). I take the view that the next thing to happen on God’s calendar is not the Second Coming but rather the awakening of the church before the Second Coming. Matthew 25:6 says, “At midnight...

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The Symbol Of Hope And Promise

  I’ve been thinking about all the rainbows now on display. I love seeing them as the symbol of hope and appreciation that they have become. But I also wondered how many remember where this sign comes from; that it is a God-given promise to humanity. This image comes out...

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Give Me A Sign Of Your Goodness Oh Lord

Sadly my Dad passed away on 6th April after many years of being in a care home.  Whilst this did not come as too much of a shock, the timing and its consequences caused my 80 year old Mum more angst than perhaps under normal circumstances. My brother, Grant, has been doing a great job...

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