New Supporter Newsletter

24-7 Prayer continues to be a major part of my life, and God certainly doesn’t seem finshed with this amazing movement of prayer yet!  As you can see in the latest edition of my supporters newsletter,God is at work in many peoples lives, even in the midst of all the bad news we keep seeing on our television screens.  There is hope!

If you’d like to read a little of what I get up to, be encouraged by
what God is doing, and perhaps even join me in praying for my work with
24-7, please do download the pdf via the link.

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Big Conversations in the US!

kansas-city.jpgI currently have the privilege of being in the States with the rest of the 24-7 Prayer International Team.  We’re in Kansas city, and over the next couple of days we have some pretty crucial meetings about the future of the movement.  We’re looking at such weighty topics as the movement’s calling to the (re-)evangelisation of Europe, what it means to be the 24-7 network and what that means for how we structure ourselves, how we bring justice into everything we do, and plans for our 10th anniversary gatherings.

Please would you pray for us as we meet. There’s obviously quite a lot of pressure to get through the agenda, but there’s also a real desire for us to have healthy relationships too – there’s no point in just blasting on ahead with things without hearing each other’s heart and processing any disagreements on the way ahead.

Thanks for your prayers.  I’ll try and post some updates over the next couple of days.


24-7 Shorts: Prayer as Justice

If you watched the first Short, I hope you enjoyed my dance moves – and if you didn’t I bet you’re intrigued now  😉

This second short contains slightly less messing around, and a lot more of the wonderful love of Jesus being lived out in the most challenging of places.

From a bunch of fools in London, to the amazing Kelly Greene, in Boystown Mexico: