I’ve written before about the importance of sharing solid truths with children. It’s important because we need to fill their minds with truths that will carry them through life. We need to lift their eyes to see the gospel and the amazing Saviour that we have in Jesus!
Over the years I have read many books, some good and some bad, some written specifically for new Christians and some for the seasoned saint. But there are some books that every person should read because they are so challenging, Sunny Side Up is one of them! Sunny Side Up is about the conversation betweenContinue reading “Sunny Side Up”
Everyone has heard of a midlife crisis, who knows maybe you have even been through it or are going through it right now, but have you ever heard of a Quarter-Life Crisis? Children nowadays are raised with the hopes and aspirations of their parents on their shoulders, and so when people often leave university orContinue reading “Is This It?”
Christmas gives us a wonderful opportunity to tell people about Jesus, it gives us the opportunity to give a reason for our faith in God and it gives us the chance to take people beyond the crib and to look to the cross. Here are a few booklets and tracts that I’ve looked at thatContinue reading “Short Christmas giveaways…”
That’s it folks we are over the line, we have passed the turn off signs, we cannot pass go and collect £200, it is November which means that Christmas is just around the corner. Do not panic! As this Christmas season approaches people get excited, present are bought, carols are sung, meals are being thoughtContinue reading “An even better Christmas”
I haven’t read a book about somebody’s journey to faith in a long time, I almost forgot how great they can be. Most of the time I read theology books, books about Christian ministry, or Christian living books that I’ve been given to review. Recently a friend of mine read Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus andContinue reading “Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus”
If you know me then you’ll know that I love the Old Testament, I enjoy reading the more seemingly obscure and difficult parts of Scripture. Over the last few months the majority of sermons that I have preached have been from the Old Testament, in Genesis and in Joel, it has been both a greatContinue reading “Journeys with Jesus”