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The Church, as a whole, is unfamiliar with the recreated human spirit concept. What we call our conscience, is really the voice of the spirit. If one could learn to listen to their re-created spirit, by keeping in intimate fellowship with the Father, there is No Limit to where they could go in spiritual things.

John 15:7 (amp) “If you abide, remain & stay in Me, and My words abide remain & stay in you, you shall ask what you desire and it shall be given unto you.” Jesus Christ.

Today, we must know what manner of man we are. We are a spirit-being, we have a soul and we live in a body; but the real you is spirit. We contact and know God ‘spirit to Spirit.’  If we make a decision to follow God, we will need to learn how to be led by the Holy Spirit. through the recreated human.

Merry Christmas to all!

We are so thrilled to be with our family…our parents, our children and of course our Grandchildren this Christmas. Taking some time to just love, laugh and eat… and most importantly to remember the reason for the season; the reason for the gifts, the reason for the joy in our hearts. The reason is…the celebration of the  birth of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ!

We live in a time that light must dispel darkness. We believe instead of fighting Image 16-12-2015 at 10.52we need to be planting.
Planning new churches,
preparing new leaders and continueing to teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ so that all may know Him.

Merry Christmas Everybody!


Lori & I want to sincerely from our hearts say, ‘Happy Thanksgiving to all our friends and family across the globe from Merry Ole England! ” This is the one time of the year that we really miss being with our families, watching American Football and eating till we can’t move.
This year we have much gratefulness…

Our wonderful son Jonathan, married to our wonderful daughter in love, Diana. Three precious grandchildren, Benjamin, Anna & Miss Charlotte. And we’re grateful for both our parents who live strong and who love and support us in every way! Grateful for our entire family who love and serve the LORD.
But most of all, we are grateful for the lovingkindness of our Heavenly Father whose great Grace floods our life with joy and the power to finish our race.10689663_865269836839290_3437213574901697335_n

“And with great power gave the apostles witness of the resurrection of the LORD Jesus and great Grace was upon them all.” Acts 4:33

Thank you for your financial and prayer support. Lives are being touched and changed through God’s Word! We are blessed to be your missionaries.

To those who are not, we’d really like for you to become partners with what we’re doing here.

Praise Life

IMG_0029We are preparing to travel down to London this week. Lori is blessed to teach Praise Life this weekend at our Rhema Bible College London Campus.
What a massive benefit to know the Power of Praise as a Believer; It has truly changed our personal lives.
Praise has been said by many men & women of God to be the Highest form of Prayer; Even God Himself confirms.
As a Believer, we have the opportunity to turn situations around through faith- filled praise. Praise actually changes the atmosphere.

To all who support us as Missionaries, you are a part of everything we do here.

  1. Coordinating Bible Schools…
  2. Teaching God’s Word…
  3. Training future leaders…
  4. Planting new churches…
  5. Strengthening existing churches.                                                

Thank you for your financial and prayer support. Lives are being touched and changed through God’s Word! We are blessed to be your missionaries.

To those who are not, we’d really like for you to become partners with what we’re doing here. 

Become Sensitive again

“Let all bitterness and wrath, and anger,, and clamour and evil speaking, be put away from you, will all malice: and be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hat forgiven you” Ephesians 4:31-32

Years ago I was in Deroit and I met a woman who was raised in a communist bloc country. While I was visiting with her a news broadcast came on. And as we sat there listening to it, suddenly tears came to her eyes.

“What’s wrong?” I asked. Although I hadn’t noticed it, the news commentator had said something derogatory about the president. “I don’t like to hear anyone talk about this country like that,” she said. “I don’t care whether it’s true or not. I don’t want to hear it.”
The newscaster’s comment had slipped right by me. But it had brought tears to her eyes. Why? Because she had a sensitive heart where this country is concerned.
We need to be more like that dear lady when it comes to our pastors, our teachers, our evangelists and even our fellow believers.

We need to realize that our own insensitivity has driven the Anointing of the Holy Spirit from many of our lives and our churches. We need to realize that the license we’ve given ourselves to criticize other members of the Body of Christ has weakened us all.

What will strengthen us again? The power and the anointing of the Holy Spirit that falls on every sensitive and seeking heart.

I urge you to regain the tender heart you once had. Remove the calluses within you by repentance, by a commitment to live the law of love, by a renewed devotion to the Word, and by fellowship with your Father.

Don’t allow the condition of your heart to hold back the Spirit of God. Become sensitive again!
Faith to Faith Devotion.

Thank you for your financial and prayer support. Lives are being touched and changed through God’s Word! We are blessed to be your missionaries.

To those who are not, we’d really like for you to become partners with what we’re doing here.

God is moving in British Isles!

Wonderful to meet Jeremy and Sarah Pearsons as they ministered at Faithlife Centre Manchester last January. They will be  coming back January 2016!

There is a synergy being createphotod, a networking together for one cause…Building the Kingdom of God here in the British Isles!
Thank you to all our friends & partners who are supporting us through mighty prayer and finances.



As Missionaries to the UK & Ireland, we are totally dependent upon partners for prayer and finances. Thank you partners & future partners!

Are You Ready For The Coming Harvest?

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Our finite thinking cannot begin to imagine how wise God truly is. He is the creator of the universe. The Bible speaks time and time again of the awe and wisdom of God. First Corinthians 1:25 says, “… the foolishness of God is wiser than men…” My point is this: God knows what He’s doing!

James 5:7 says that the the husbandman is waiting for the precious fruit of the earth. “Husbandman” is actually translated “farmer.” God is a wise farmer. He knows all there is to know about successful farming, and He knows that the harvest isn’t harvest until it’s in the barn.
In the First Century harvest, thousands came to Jesus Christ. The Book of Acts states that 3,000 souls were added in one day (Acts 2) and 5,000 at another time (Acts 3). And Acts 4 reports that the local authorities “could not deny” the power of God present in their city as miracles took place and repentance flowed like a river. What did they do with that harvest?

If a church is not ready for the great harvest of humanity, God, in His wisdom, will not allow that church to receive it. Why? Because the harvest is too precious to Him. Jesus Himself said, “The harvest truly is plentiful, but the laborers are few” (Matt. 9:37 nkjv). The word “plentiful” acutally means “valuable” or “precious.” So Jesus was saying, “The harvest is truly valuable and precious.” This harvest is too valuable for God to just let it rot on the ground.

What would you do if 100 new converts showed up at your church this Sunday morning? How would you disciple, nurture, train, pray with, and have fellowship with such a crowd? We must be wise, as our Father is wise, and get ready while we have the time. As the church of the Lord Jesus Christ, we are responsible to get the harvest in the barn.

Let’s look again at the First Century Church’s response to the harvest: “And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of heart” (Acts 2:46).

Throughout the New Testament we see that the Body of Christ met in the temple AND in believers’ homes. Philemon 1:2 (niv) says, “To Apphia our sister, to Archippus our fellow soldier and to the church that meets in your home.” In Colossians 4:15 (niv) Paul wrote, “Give my greetings to the brothers at Laodicea, and Nymphia and the church in her house.” See also1 Corinthians 16:19.

This was a grassroots church. They prayed together and ate together. They were one, unified under the blood of Christ. They were sure and strong and able to take persecution and multiply in spite of it. The First Century convert had instant assimilation, instant discipleship, instant fellowship, and instant prayer in these home churches. This was a growing, thriving body. And it was powerful. (Read Acts 4:31-33.) The First Century Church became the basic unit of Christianity.

Certain dynamics can only be found in a small group environment. And we, the twenty-first Century church, must rediscover the importance of small groups and incorporate them into our congregations.
Small Groups

Small groups are a tool God uses to create and assimilate new growth into the church. They are a type of administration found in the New Testament that still works today.
Small groups enable us to
· Create and assimilate the harvest.
· Raise up leadership.
· Minister to the needs of our congregation on a grassroots level.
· Evangelize and bring people into the church through the “side door.”
· Create a fellowship and unity that is second to none.

Let me reiterate: small groups are only a tool. Before we begin worshiping the tool, we must understand that tools will “rust,” unless we bathe our churches in prayer. Dr. Paul Yonggi Cho has shown the world the model of “cells” or small groups, but we look at his results and forget about Prayer Mountain. Without prayer, we have no energy. Prayer and evangelism flow hand in hand.
You cannot have one without the other. And you cannot have successful small groups without
an established strong prayer base in your church. Prayer fuels the church.

More people are alive today than have ever lived since the beginning of mankind combined! My friend, we must ask ourselves, “Is my church ready to receive this harvest?”

God has not changed. His power has not changed. His desire has not changed. He still desires that all men come to repentance. God still loves the world, and He is focused on world harvest. Just as He moved in the First Century Church, He is moving in the twenty-first century church. Get Ready