Monthly Archives: September 2012

National Day of Prayer: A Vision Fulfilled!

Yesterday, September 29 2012 saw the fulfilment of the vision for Wembley. This is becasue around 20 years ago, 1991/1992, Jonathan Oloyede, the Convener of Global Day of Prayer London had a vision of Christians gathering togther at Wembley stadium … Continue reading

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National Day of Prayer and Worship (GDOP) Wembley

As we count down towards the national day of prayer at Wembley few thoughts began to cross my mind. One of them is perhaps what some evangelical Christians might be asking and that is, do we still need big gatherings … Continue reading

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Inclusive Church and not an Exclusive Club (Racial Justice Sunday)

The theme of this year’s Racial Justice Sunday is ‘Inclusive Church and not an Exclusive Club’.  As I reflect on this theme and listen to stories of ethnic minorities in our Churches I am convinced that racism still very much … Continue reading

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Philip Mohabir: An Apostle to Britain

One of the pioneers of the Black Church in Britain is the late Philip Mohabir. His immense contribution to the Christian landscape in Britain and other parts of the world is unparalleled.  Philip is like one of those great Church … Continue reading

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