Remember those in prison

The writer to the Hebrew Christians reminds us to remember and “Identify with those who are in prison as though you were there suffering with them, and those who are mistreated as if you could feel their pain.” (Heb. 13:3 TPT). The Aramaic can be translated “as if you... read more

On Retreat in Majorca

But we will give ourselves continually to prayer, and to the ministry of the word. (Acts 6:4) I am deeply grateful for the recent opportunity to spend a week in a friend’s house in Pollenca, in north east Majorca. I asked some friends to pray along the lines of the... read more

Why it is so important keep our ears tuned to the Lord at all times . . .

In amongst all the grief and debris of the disasters in Palu, Sulawesi, there will undoubtedly have been testimonies of God at work in the midst of the crisis. Here is one such remarkable story that is already becoming widely known . . . The testimony of the Pilot of... read more

Picking up on our prejudices

Prejudices! Jesus came up against them throughout the course of His entire ministry – just as many of us do – especially if we find ourselves seeking to challenge vested interests! It’s usually pretty easy to recognise prejudices when they surface in other people, you... read more

Setting Ireland free from the dark shadows of prejudice

Two themes have inspired me to write this article: firstly, that the Lord encouraged – (challenged would not be too strong a word for it!) – to let Him seek out my own prejudices – and the other is that I have just spent much of the past weekend praying for Ireland in... read more

Have you ever wondered why Fire Engines are red?

Here’s a moment’s light relief – but which might just possibly serve as a warning against jumping to outlandish conclusions! If you have ever wondered why Fire Engines are red, it is because . . . they have got 8 wheels and carry 4 people. • 8+4=12 • There... read more