I've noticed that I tend not to blog much about what I'm up to or have been up to. So here's a bit of recent catch up.
Spent most of last week with family and my wife's parents in Southport. The North West does get cold!
Returned on Thursday evening and Friday was back to work. Fortunately, I had arranged for David Eaton to preach on Sunday - and he didn't disappoint with an excellent sermon on encouragement.
Friday night 10.30 until 5.00 a.m. Saturday was our night of prayer followed by an excellent breakfast provided by our own St. Teresa. We aim to hold a night of prayer once a quarter. They're not for everyone, but we usually start off with up to thirty people and have about ten or twelve who stay until 5 a.m..
Saturday afternoon I went to the official opening of the new Elim Church building in Wimbledon. Marcus Bennett has done a fantastic job up there. Well done Marcus! John Glass, our GS, gave the address and illustrated the gospel in terms of the credit crunch. It was so well done and just right for the cast of dignitaries assembled.
And then another great Sunday. There - you're up to speed now.