Category Archives: On the road

Praise and protest: Reflections on how the Balfour centenary was marked

Following a year of build-up, the Balfour Declaration centenary has now come and gone. After the campaigns, events, articles and protests, I want to take a moment to make a few observations about how the centenary was marked. To my…

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Urban Legends about Palestinian Christians

Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you also are in the body. Hebrews 13:3 If you have a heart for the Palestinian Christians who are suffering under military occupation you … Continue reading

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Seeds of Genocide?

Last week Fox News reported that Birmingham UK was a no-go area for non-muslims and that parts of London were run by vicious muslim mobs creating no-go zones where even the police were afraid to go. Our Prime Minister wonderfully wrote their expert … Continue reading

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King Edward VI College Charter Day

It was a real honour to preach at the King Edward VI College Charter Day at St Mary’s Church Oldswinford near Stourbridge. This service commemorates the Granting of the Charter to the school, from which the College derives, by King Edward VI … Continue reading

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Scottish Funeral Fringe

When James Blackburn, head of ScotMid Funerals, organised ScotMid Co-operative’s first conference to coincide with the Edinburgh Fringe it was inevitable it would be nicknamed the Scottish Funeral Fringe and turn into a very enjoyable and even entertaining day as … Continue reading

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Marian sings a cappella at Wye Church

Marian sings a few versions of The Lord’s my Shepherd in under three minutes at Wye Church. There is something powerful about singing the Lord’s word in such a historical building, where the word has been preached and the congregation has … Continue reading

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Espérance de la Gloire’s twentieth anniversary

This week Espérance de la Gloire celebrated their twentieth anniversary in Wembley. I had the honour of telling the story of how the church started and sitting with my old friend Pastor Tito, or Pastor Ti as he is commonly known now. I … Continue reading

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The friendly Friendship Group

Leicestershire folk are rightly proud of their Triumph Motorcycle factory and now our wee sidecar-hearse mini-factory has become a source of enthusiasm and pride too, so rather than take a box of Now Open Sundays! to the 050 Friendship Group in Braunston, I … Continue reading

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Brass Monkey Run 2013

Paul and Marian went out in support of the Rainbows Hospice Charity on the Brass Monkey Run from The Vic Biker’s Pub. We hope this five minute video, where we attempt to sing Arlo Guthrie’s classic Motorcycle Song, gives you … Continue reading

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Hinckley 55 Plus

Heading for the Hinckley 55 Plus club I was looking forward to promoting my book, Now Open Sundays!, as Christmas looms and it makes a good gift, but unfortunately the box of books didn’t arrive on time so with a … Continue reading

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