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Wild Goose Chase through Redeemed Crack House and Generous Community

Jamie Thomas, 19th June, 2008

Whilst on my way to help pioneer 24-7 in New Zealand, I decided to visit my friends across 24-7 America and ended up getting much more than I expected. My first stop was Madison, Wisconsin.

Rumours of Revival by Billy Kennedy

Billy Kennedy, 18th June, 2008

Pete Grieg wrote recently about the ‘Lakeland Revival’ or ‘Florida Outpouring Meetings’ being led by a 32 year-old, tattooed, Canadian called Todd Bentley and aired daily on GodTV. Thousands have attended since it all kicked off back in April in Lakeland, Florida; still more have checked out video-clips of the meetings on YouTube and other websites; and there are many thrilling reports of healing, salvation, and a deeper desire for God.

Jesus Our First Love: The US Transit Class of 2008

, 17th June, 2008

When responding to enquirers this year about just what Transit is, Salem Settlemeyer always began by stating, "Transit is not a program.  It's an experience.

24 Stories of Prayer: #3 - From our knees: The Methodist 24-7 community, Ireland

Lyndall Bywater, 11th June, 2008

The incredible journey of a Church on their knees: Lyndall Bywater interviews Gillian Best about the story of the Methodist 24-7 Prayer community in Ireland and how devoting themselves to prayer has impacted a denomination across two nations. Q: So what kind of community are you part of, Gillian? A: I feel like we don’t really fit into any of the categories for 24-7 communities! We are a family of believers who call themselves Methodist! As a community we stretch across the whole Island of Ireland.

Lakeland, Florida, Barack Obama & Burma: A Call to Respond to The Signs of the Times

Pete Greig, 10th June, 2008

You may have heard about the ‘Lakeland Revival’ or ‘Florida Outpouring Meetings’ being led by a 32 year-old, tattooed, Canadian called Todd Bentley and aired daily on GOD TV. Thousands have attended the meetings since it all kicked-off back in April in the town of Lakeland, Florida; still more have checked out video-clips on YouTube and other websites; and there are many reports of healing, salvation, and a deeper desire for God.

Arise and Shine: Attracting the Nations By Rosie Frazier

Rosie Frazier, 9th June, 2008

Ah, mission.  If I am honest, that word strikes fear into my heart, even though I know it shouldn't.

Drunken Girls Call High Street to Prayer! An Update From Belfast

Adri Roos, 6th June, 2008

Two drunk girls walked into the prayer-room in a former ‘Accessorize’ shop in Northern Ireland at about 11pm. ‘What is this?’ they demanded loudly.

An Incomplete Story By Alana Wiens

Alana Wiens, 5th June, 2008

What could be a more dramatic end to a Christian life story than martyrdom for our Lord Jesus Christ?  If you had such a ending to tell after a life of dramatic conversion, passionate faith and unstoppable mission would you not relish the opportunity?  Why then does the author of Acts stop short of the end in the life story of Paul?  Alana Weins offers her thoughts: who'd more important, the messenger or the message..

Mission on Ice By Rob Ellinger

Rob Ellinger, 3rd June, 2008

Not all of our mission moments will be filled with revival, thundering voices from the heavens or writing in the sky.  Sometimes they will be everyday moments when we seize opportunity, rather than letting it pass by.

What's in Your Hands? By Brian Heasley

Brian Heasley, 2nd June, 2008

“Hospitality is making a comeback! At the centre of every living faith community are people who have hands open to serve in hospitality and hearts ready to follow God ‘we care not where’. We can do neither if our doors are closed.

Signs, Wonders and Our Upredictable Father by Ian Nicholson

Ian Nicholson, 31st May, 2008

"God testified to the message by signs, wonders and various miracles and gifts of the Holy Spirit, distributed according to His will"  - Hebrews 2:4 "There are different kinds of gifts, service and working … but the same Spirit"  - 1 Corinthians 12:6 The Global village can be pretty sterile at times! Worldwide communication spreads ideas and products with amazing speed and scope. Canadians, Colombians and Chinese watch the same films, wear the same football shirts and listen to the same music.

The Story of the Unknown, an article by Dan Jones

Daniel Jones, 23rd May, 2008

I was watching a TV programme last night which was discussing the sudden rise in the amount of biography's that are being written at the moment. You only have to walk into a book shop and you will be faced by the life stories (I say life, but some of these guys are in their 20's) of people ranging from top politicians to Big Brother contestants.

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