I’m continuing to look for potential church planters to reach the urban West Midlands. We often think of church planting as involving a large church sending a group of 30 or more established Christians out to form a new church with its structures already in place. Whilst this may be effective in some quarters, we… Continue reading Could you plant with us?
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“Come over and help us” – can you give?
Today I wanted to say a little bit more about the second part of partnership for urban church planting in the West Midlands. Giving. We’re British so we aren’t comfortable about talking about money and I promise that this won’t become a habit on Faithroot.com. However, giving is a way of developing partnership as you… Continue reading “Come over and help us” – can you give?
How can you pray for fruit from the Commonwealth Games outreach?
Thank you to all of you who have been praying for evangelistic outreach during the Commonwealth Games. Please don’t stop praying. Here are some ways in which you can be praying after the event has finished. For all who received Gospels and New Testaments. The main form of outreach was by conversation and by offering… Continue reading How can you pray for fruit from the Commonwealth Games outreach?
Birmingham 2022 and the Gospel
The Commonwealth Games are coming to Birmingham. Whilst not up there with the Olympics, this is still a hugely significant event. It will bring together competitors from across the Commonwealth (the group of nations linked primarily through historically having been part of the British Empire and usually today with ties through the Queen). In fact,… Continue reading Birmingham 2022 and the Gospel
New Horizons update – the vision
Thank you to everyone who have been sharing with us your prayers, thoughts and good wishes as we seek the Lord’s will for our next steps after Bearwood. I wanted to give you a little update on how things seem to be developing in my mind. Really, this is not about a new direction but… Continue reading New Horizons update – the vision