Archive for November, 2011
Thank you to so many of you who have been praying for and supporting
the establishment of Grace Baptist Partnership Scotland.
We have been grateful for everyone who has prayed, given, wished us
well, or helped in any other way. It is exciting to see God bringing GBP Scotland into being for the good of biblical churches in Scotland. Read more. Continue reading
Over the past few years Frances and I have gone away with the children for a few days around the end of November. This year, as last, we celebrated Thanksgiving Day at Canford Cliffs in Dorset. It has become customary for me to give my annual report to the congregation at Wood Green upon our return from this brief Holiday. Read more. Continue readingView Post
Throughout much of the United States (and a few other parts of the world) evangelical churches quite literally litter the landscape.
Many of these churches are like trash left on a street corner—they cause people to cross to the other side to avoid them. The people who belong to them profess to believe in the gospel, and their historic statements of faith confess the gospel. And some true Christians do belong to such churches. But on the whole the life of the church broadcasts anything but a gospel message. These churches instead churn out toxic waste rather than the nourishing food that people need. Read more. Continue reading
We rejoice in the positive feedback from the first two monthly meetings in Gloucester. Trinity Baptist Church (as one would expect) has done an outstanding job hosting the sessions. Phil Heaps, from Grace Church, Westerleigh (near Bristol), has helped the men to understand and put into practice basic principles of Biblical exegesis. Read more. Continue reading