Concerning Twitter, the Media, the Fairness Doctrine, and a particular threat in the UK

Once the Fairness Doctrine was repealed in 1987, which insisted that there be fair and balanced coverage of controversial issues of interest on American radio and television, the way was wide open for those who held extremist viewpoints to find their own media... read more

Peace like a river

This is the season that we rejoice that Christ, our Saviour, is born – but there is sorrow for many too, and our reflections on the year past give rise to much sadness. We would like to offer you this recording of the much-loved hymn with words by Horatio Spafford. It... read more

Psalm 24

We begin with a psalm that speaks of the Earth the Lord came to redeem. Can I encourage you to read Psalm 24 slowly, and see where the Lord leads us as we drink of its wisdom. The earth is the LORD’s, and the fullness thereof, the world and all who dwell therein.For... read more

The Will of God and our Choices

There are so many things people do for show or self-interest. So many things that have no substance behind them – whereas we worship the God of Gods, the Light of lights, the true God of true God, who was begotten, not made, being of one substance with the Father, by... read more

Homing in on the American Election (2)

What the Lord said to the regional director of GOD TV Israel about the election result Within the context the of political, and spiritual divisions in America, and the ‘neither-sidedness’ of the Lord’s hosts in Heaven – or rather of their Heaven-sidedness –... read more

Homing in on the American Election (1)

Our perspective as believers should ever remain first and foremost spiritual: Seek first the Kingdom of Heaven. The moment we suppose – and trumpet – that God is only on our side, we risk becoming blinkered in outlook and end up grieving the Lord, who does not... read more