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Paul Sinclair on the BBC

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  1. Donnie And Sylvia MacKenzie says:

    Hi Paul and Marian.
    Long time no see or speak and this is fantastic to see what you are doing.
    We are both well and still living in Barnet. A number of years ago we moved to a local Church, Christ Church, Barnet, (Anglican) Really enjoying it.
    Never hear about our Old Church now as we do not see anyone.
    Sending to Amazone for two copies of your book on Church signs.
    God Bless
    Donnie and Sylvia Mackenzie.

  2. Geoff says:

    A start for lent:
    Eternal light shine into our hearts, eternal goodness deliver us from evil.
    Eternal power be our support, eternal wisdom scatter the darkness of our ignorance.
    Eternal pity have mercy on us, that with all our heart and mind and soul and strength we may seek your face and be brought to your infinite mercy in your holy presence. Amen
    Alcuin of York 740-804

    Had a great time in India – what a place!

  3. ann Kelly says:

    Hi im john Kellys mother,nojoke,,youse used one off his songs he wrote and wrapped in gods dream,never did meet youse,just wanted to say johns Scottish mixed race born from two Scottish born parents though his fathers parents came from Sierra leone,would have liked to have seen john in video hes a very talented and handsome son

  4. Tony says:

    I will be watching with great interest.

  5. Trudi says:

    hi saw you on dead good job> your man Chris i think took my dad and me as a pillion on his final ride. For me, although still heart broken at his departure from me and the family, feel this was a wonderfull thing for him. i hope to be carried off in the same way..

  6. Gary T says:

    Every biker should have this as their final blast

  7. Anne Marie says:

    Fantastic coverage on Dead Good Job….., well done!

  8. Carol morris says:

    Recently purchased and read the Now Open Sundays! book by the Paul Sinclair (Rev). It was funny, thought provoking and true. As a small village church we hope to use a couple of the ideas to motivate seekers and fellowship. Paul has given his permission but also offered to come and do a talk for us. Judging by what I have heard and seen it should be a full house! Thanks for your generosity and kindness PAUL….XX

  9. robert simpson says:

    loved your video you and your wife seem very happy. I too have a black wife. she is Jamaican and we’ve been struggling with the us govt to get her paper work done to get her here for a year. btw I too am of scotch heritage. my mothers family are Mcclain some of my distant relatives still live in Duart castle. would love to hear from you.

  10. Paul Sinclair says:

    Enjoyed your blog and BBC video. Stumbled on it. I, too, am a pastor but live in the USA and appreciate your focus and theological perspective on life … at least, the blog entry I read from last year. God keep you. Paul Sinclair, USA

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  12. Sandra Rouse says:

    Hi Paul,
    About 18 months ago you passed through a small village, Coussac Bonneval in France. You were on your bike travelling to meet up with your wife in Accra.The weather was awful and you decided to stay overnight at Les Voyager. We were fortunate in meeting you over dinner and hearing of your amazing stories and your ministry. If you ever think of repeating your journey through France, you would be most welcome to come and break your bike ride with us. We did manage to find our new home on the edge of the village.

    • Hello Sandra,
      Nice of you to write and I remember everything well. Sadly the BMW broke down near Valencia so I never did make it to Africa. Annoyingly my Triumph Speed Triple would have, but I let folk talk me into buying that old thing. So glad you found a home near the village, it is truly a beautiful place and had I known what lay ahead I’d have been much happier just riding around there a few days. All the very best to you both.
      Paul

  13. ruth says:

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    http://fromgodsthirdheaven.com/Which-Man-are-You-.html

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    God has made has an highway connecting you and we should compaign for him through this crusade, to meet God’s working target, we ministers have to prepare crusades and conferences. i now welcome you to our to come and speak to people of God scheduled on the month above. let me hear from you.
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    • Dear Pastor Benson,
      Thank you for your invitation to minister in Kenya at the crusade. It is a great honour to be invited to preach the gospel at such an event. I regret that I am all tied up for quite a while and am not taking any new bookings anywhere at the moment.
      Every blessing to you.
      Paul

  15. Graham Richards says:

    Hiya rev Paul,my name is graham wonder if you could help me? Today I met a biker who is a Christian but has backslide somewhat,he loves the Lord but has been through a lot of emotional issues and is a biker,he came to our church in a asprillia 1000 cc monster bike,he came to see his friend our pastor who Luke goodway ex bristol eliminate youth leader,then asst pastor to Simon foster Cheltenham elim, Paul he needs your help I’m not a biker well I was in my younger days chopper!!! Lol his details are (removed for security) hope you can help.regards graham cynon Valley church mountain ash

    • Hello Graham,
      If you meet a biker and you have a heart for them, care and love them, you don’t need me or a motorbike to help! Share your heart with him, just as you have here about him. If I was in his shoes I’d pay more attention to someone who cared as much as you do than a stranger. God bless you in your ministry! Oh, by the way, get yourself another bike!
      Paul

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