Here’s to the Workers in the Field The more I travel, the more aware I am of the desperate need for workers in God’s harvest field who will lay down their own comfort for the sake of their neighbour. The majority of the world does not yet know Jesus Christ. Jesus said that He is … Continue reading Here’s to the Workers in the Field.
The God of the Detour and Delay.
Never in my life have I had so many detours and delays. So many, “Well that didn’t go to plan” moments that it’s almost becoming laughable. Last week a family of Ukrainian refugees was going to move into our home. We set our bungalow up, we bought material for fencing, we even began learning about … Continue reading The God of the Detour and Delay.
Grandparent- “Thank you!” What you do matters for Jesus.
“Is there any hope for this next generation?” I was sitting next to a beautiful Polish Australian grandmother asked me as we flew from Melbourne to Canberra. She had asked me what I do for a loving and I said, “I’m a preacher, an evangelist.” For the next hour she told me her life story, … Continue reading Grandparent- “Thank you!” What you do matters for Jesus.
Lessons from the Dragonfly
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you see the same thing over and over again? Over the past month I have been seeing dragon flies everywhere! What’s more, they seem to flying straight at me, finding me even indoors. This started a month ago when I walked into my Pastors home having … Continue reading Lessons from the Dragonfly
Follow His Promptings
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
When the Poorest are the Richest. 3 Lessons the West Can Learn from the Nigeria.
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.
What’s a Kangaroo Doing in West Africa?
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?
God of the Detour
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
West Africa Update!
Wow, it's only one week until we head to West Africa to preach the gospel! https://youtu.be/YjV2W1zRINg Please enjoy this video update and partner with us HERE.
Are you a Slave to Offense?
Are you a slave to offense? I have seen so many people hijack their lives, their ministries, their friends and their potential through offense. Someone ripped them off. They felt harshly dealt with by a boss. A colleague got greater attention than they. Their parents never paid them enough attention. God didn’t answer their prayer … Continue reading Are you a Slave to Offense?