👋 Ring the BELLS. 🛎 Her name is Laura* As soon as I asked her if she had a faith I could see there were years of pain that had crushed her spirit and wounded her faith. She thought she was just checking me into the hotel, but the reality is, God wanted to welcome … Continue reading Ring the BELLS.
It’s a Saturday evening and I’m driving home from what was truly one of the most incredible days. Was I hard at work in ministry, which I truly love? No. In fact, quite the opposite. I took a day off with our team to see the wildlife of Kenya. One such animal, the King of … Continue reading Lessons From a Wild Lion
Meet my new friend, Josh Rex. This morning he shared with me a story that I will never ever forget, a story that you simply must hear. Josh and his team from Gospel Fire International have been driving and hiking into remote communities in South Sudan over the last few years to reach unreached people … Continue reading What Took You So Long?
Over the next month I will be blogging some testimonies of what the Lord did in Nigeria. It was truly an outstanding time and I want you to be encouraged by all He did. This story is about a Muslim woman and her daughter, who gave their lives to Jesus on our last day of … Continue reading Follow His Promptings
James 2:5- “Listen, my dear brothers and sisters: Has not God chosen those who are poor in the eyes of the world to be rich in faith and to inherit the kingdom he promised those who love him?” It’s been nearly two weeks since I returned from Nigeria, where I spent 3 weeks preaching the … Continue reading When the Poorest are the Richest. 3 Lessons the West Can Learn from the Nigeria.
The day had been long, hot and tiring, but it had also been glorious. We had conducted 10 children’s crusades for over two thousand young people and we were on our way back to our hotel. Suddenly, we saw a small location that could work for one more crusade, we had 17 minutes until home … Continue reading What’s a Kangaroo Doing in West Africa?
Have you ever had to go on a detour, or had a trip planned out only to find you’re delayed? I have had this many times in my life, both driving, but also whilst flying to preach the gospel. I will never forget one time, my friend David and I were trying to get from … Continue reading God of the Detour
“Are you walking with Jesus?” I asked the gentleman sitting behind me. “I used to”, he replied, with a look of shame and struggle in his eyes. “I’ll walk with you if you want me to”, I offered. “You have to make the choice. It’s your choice and it’s up to you,” I affirmed. Michael … Continue reading Please Don’t Send Yourself to Hell
“Mind if I join you?”, I asked, as I spotted a fellow “BootCamper” (read about the Evangelism BootCamp I’m doing HERE) “Go ahead”, he said in his strong British accent. As we began to jog I found myself quickly realizing that I may be in way over my head! “I’m training for a 6 minute … Continue reading Better Together- Why I Need You to Be All That I Can Be (And Why You Need Others Too).
Her name was Katie. Homeless and broken, she was curled up on the pavement sleeping on concrete out the front of a Walmart in the middle of the day. I saw her and turned to my wife, “poor girl”, I muttered, as we turned the corner into our parking spot. I took the kids for … Continue reading It’s Never Too Late to do a U-Turn. Why Stopping May be the Start You (or Someone Else) Need