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Church, Prayer

The Draft Film Project – fully backed!


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We’re now less than a week away from converging on the Cultybraggan ex-POW camp in Perthshire, Scotland to film “The Draft – A Conscription of Conscience” – a new short film series exploring the future of the Church. A group of 20 sojourners and technical crew will be filming next Saturday, 11th January, 2020. Explore The Draft film series, here.

It’s not too late to invest in this documentary if you’re able and would like to? Click here.

We’re certainly very grateful for the generosity of everyone backing the project so far. 

Are we ready?

I know that the burden on everyone’s heart is the glory of God and faithfulness to Christ. However, are we ready for the radical preparation that the Spirit of God is leading us into?

Without doubt, we are living in very significant days and I covet your prayers, personally and for the project.

Jesus is coming and the fundamental landscape of the British Church is changing.

Thank you for praying.

Maranatha.

Nick & Mairi

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Growing a Lifestyle of Fasting & Prayer


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Mairi was honoured last Sunday morning to take the church through some teaching on prayer and fasting from Matthew 6.

Towards the end of her message she tells a very powerful and personal story that serves as a great example of the importance of our persistence and tenacity in prayer! (see Matthew 7:7 NLT).

Here’s the photo from the very moment she describes.

We hope you guys are encouraged to explore cultivating a lifestyle of prayer and fasting in new ways – and we’d love to hear from you!

Love

N&M

*Please forward to 1 min 50 for the beginning of the visual/audio & apologies that the sound isn’t great.

 

 

Bible, Eschatology, Evangelism, Prayer, terrorism, Theology

Masquerading Messengers of Light


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In Matthew chapter 10, we read Jesus sending out His sheepish yet hard-core company of followers into a dangerous world with the gospel and an express set of instructions that are particularly interesting – particularly interesting because He usually didn’t prescribe formulas for miracles. There was no Visa, no North Face apparel, no weekending bag picked up for a snip at T K Max – just the gospel and a heart and mouth of Spirit-drenched faith.

Fledgling in their spiritual authority, Jesus told them to speak to the houses that they entered (v12), monitor the activity of their peace (v13), find the places that were deserving of their presence and to shake the dust from their feet in protest against the places that weren’t (v14). [Related reading: The Places We Call Home]

Church, Wake Up!

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