I recently came across this fascinating post that shows how, in the age of decent travel options, people have always travelled to see what God has been doing and in some ways import/export it. In 1904-5 Wales experienced its famous revival and it wasn’t long before
Did the Canaanites survive? One from the summer but it’s a 4000 year old question so I reckon a few more months won’t make much more difference. Scientists have applied DNA analysis to see if the Canaanites had any descendants. Whatever happened to the promised
OK, let’s get this thing rolling again. I never knew that there was a revival in North Korea in 1907. I’m fairly sure God’s kingdom has great staying power than the Hermit Kingdom. A revival of a different sort would be need in this Iraqi Christian
When revival happens there are usually strange occurences which unsettle believers and cast doubt in their mind. People falling over, shrieking, amongst stories of wonderful conversions. It’s not a new problem. Here is Spurgeon reflecting on the revival that was happening in Belfast at that
I’m still not convinced by the name of these posts…maybe something like The Simple Links (previous names including the pedestrian Miscellaneous and I link therefore I am). I’m open to suggestions My wife Emma has been a silent partner on this blog but she has broken
Well, Todd Bentley is headlining the blogs again and not for good reasons. A month or so ago I was having a conversation with my friend Ian about Lakeland and Dudley and I said, ‘I don’t think we’ll be talking about Lakeland and Todd Bentley
This is a summary page for some of my most visited posts on the above topics. Revival Fires on the BBC Visit to Dudley (part 5) Video of an Interview with Mark Stibbe Todd Bentley, revival and discernment Visit to Dudley (part 1) Visit to
The BBC’s Midlands Today programme ran this news item about Revival Fires and Trevor Baker on their 6.30pm programme tonight.