I'm a lay preacher in the Methodist church, in Bath (UK) where I have lived with my wife for over 30 years. We have three children who have all left home and living in various towns around the UK. My interests, outside the church, include orienteering and fell running (although not too much of this lately) and singing in a local a cappella choir.
An intriguing account of the mental processing of a world leader-in-waiting. Was he human or divine, or both? A fictional account of how Jesus of Nazareth spent forty days in the wilderness, preparing, praying and coming to terms with the task that lay ahead. How much did he know about what was to happen to him in the next one thousand days, and how did he prepare?
A ‘jargon-free’ version of the story of Jesus of Nazareth, told simply with explanations of the events that took place. Most books on Christianity are written for people who already believe. This is not one of them. This is mainly for anyone who is not a Christian but curious about what a Christian is, or represents. It’s a book for the sceptic or those for whom ‘faith’ is a problematic word.
Two Principles that Release the Best in People (sermon)
on Jan. 03, 2013
Mike I really enjoyed reading your book. It stopped me in my tracks as I was reading it - so simple yet profound a message. How many times have I 'missed' an opportunity like this. Thank you and God Bless.