The New Thing
See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? (Isaiah 43:19)
It all began in 1989 in the local village shop. Christine was married to John, one of the churchwardens at St Nicholas’ Church, and with her husband ran an electrical retailer based in the village of Ashill. One evening, John and Christine had a meal with the new rector and his wife… Read More »
Shaun Lambert is a Baptist minister and author who is currently writing a PhD thesis on mindfulness. He shared about his struggling with stress and anxiety, plus the tools that have helped him deal with it… Read More »
‘Every founder, owner and manager in companies of any size or scale will find this book to be a vital asset’ Stephen K De Silva, CPA (retired), Author of Money and the Prosperous Soul The coronavirus pandemic has ignited the UK’s strongest start-up boom in a decade, with a flood of new entrepreneurs. But are … Read more …
Why Kingdom Entrepreneurs?
• The reward for the kingdom entrepreneur is to extend the kingdom of God.
• Redemption is the thread that runs through our enterprises.
We seem to be in an age when anyone who has a bright business idea and attempts to take it to market is called an entrepreneur. There is an increasing number of individuals who want to develop… Read More »
Generation Z has been making the headlines for everything from its different approach to skinny jeans to work-place expectations and company values. But if one thing stands out, it is an overriding concern with issues of social justice and the environment – issues author Ben Mears tackles through his post-apocalyptic detective mystery series, Banyard and … Read more …
‘Conveys the excitement and the miracles – as well as the troubles – that attended those formative years.’ William Kay, Professor of Theology at Glyndwr University The Elim Pentecostal Church burst onto the national scene in the 1920s in a whirlwind of miraculous healings and tens of thousands of converts. Its founder, George Jeffreys, became … Read more …
‘The aim of the Chaiya Art Awards and the accompanying book is to pose questions about God, spirituality and its relevance to today’s society.’ Katrina Moss, the founder of Chaiya Art Awards A year on from the start of the pandemic, Google revealed that in 2020 searches for ‘prayer’ soared as we reconsidered and refocused … Read more …
Sunday night, 4th Honourmoon
Martha gripped the storm lamp, her knuckles blanching as shadows danced on the stone walls and timbers of the croft. Voices rose from the darkness outside: men approaching along the dry path from the village. A hammering at the door startled her. She spun towards the sound. Bit her lip. Turned on her heel again to sweep her lamp around, searching the kitchen… Read More »
In our world of noise, time-struggle, cynicism, secularism and conflict on all levels, recovering our senses that we might see more, hear more and feel more may appear a step too far for many of us. With all the technological advances that should release us and make us time rich, we become exhausted and the notions of rest, recuperation and mindfulness are… Read More »
The story of the Elim Pentecostal Church in the UK is an inspirational and, at times, a miraculous one. Its beginnings, in particular, have that obvious touch of divine activity. Not only was the presence of God obviously experienced throughout the first twenty-five years of Elim’s existence, but… Read More »