I enjoy a good technology rant, and the levels of health and safety nonsense over wi-fi radiation have induced this little gem from Peter Cochran, ex R&D head at BT.
What nicer way is there to end a bank holiday weekend, than to spend the evening at home with a few friends and some good beer from your local micro brewery 🙂
Check out the pictures here.
I’ve just awoken from a far-too-short sleep after an amazing night of prayer and praise at my church, Greyfriars, here in Reading.
Our theme for Pentecost was ‘breathing in’ the presence and power of God’s Holy Spirit, and ‘breathing out’ that same transforming Spirit into our troubled world.
Continue reading 24hr Prayer n Praise
Just got my latest piece of part-time work in from Lin Kerr over at White Fire Brides. Having done some major updates to her White Fire Brides website, I’m updating her design website at Lin Kerr Design. She sent me the spec in an envelope with this picture on the front.
Very cool, I think!
Today I had the privilege of joining in prayer with around 20 Christians from the Department of Work and Pensions, Her Majesties Revenue and Customs, and the Treasury Solicitors! It was fantastic to be able to encourage the people in attendance with stories of the 33 24hr prayer meetings going on right at this moment around the world, as well as some of the amazing stories of God answering the prayers of his people.
Continue reading Prayer for the Nation
“Just grit your teeth and go the distance!” I said to myself as I entered the last kilometre before reaching my home.
Another half marathon distance, you ask? Nope, just 5k! OK, in my defence I’d gone at it fairly hard, but my first run since completing the Reading Half Marathon was hardly a convincing display of fitness.
Perhaps too much cakey goodness in the intervening period…
…I’ll need to get back to my training then.
Its been pretty busy the last 14 days with 24-7. Trustees meetings, an office move from Chichester to London, and a significant financial challenge have stretched the old ‘to-do’ list to the limits of what I can manage.
After seven years, we’ve left the building in Chichester that we shared with Revelation Church and a number of other ministries and businesses. Revs have been a great support to 24-7 over the years, and although the move is the right thing, its sad to be leaving behind the close working environment with the church that birthed the 24-7 Prayer movement.
Continue reading Tough couple of weeks