Thursday, 20 July 2017

NLC NAME CHECK IN NEWSLETTER

Dear friends,

Thank you for your continued support to this ministry. We do hope that you are blessed and encouraged by all that God is doing as we travel. We do as always value your prayers so much. Thank you for your time in reading this newsletter.
 
Many Blessings,
Andrew Murray

Recent UK Ministry 

We’ve had a very productive few months mainly focused on ministry in the UK. It’s been such an honour to speak at some churches that reach out to the marginalised in society, people struggling with addiction etc. – New Life Christian Centre in Coln, Radical Church in Norwich and Rivers of Life Church in Stockton are doing great jobs at widening their circle of love. As I spoke in these places we saw so many hungry people with stories of salvation and lives touched by the Holy Spirit. There were more salvations at a special weekend I did at New Life Chesterfield. I also met a man who had been sceptical of the Holy Spirit until I spoke there last year. He had had such an encounter with God that he said “I’m not sceptical anymore!”
We had a wonderful weekend in Radcliffe, speaking in church, schools, houses and on the streets. It was a real weekend of breakthrough for New Life church as we saw salvations from the local community, people touched by the Holy Spirit and healings including a woman healed of arthritis.
We were able to re-visit churches in Cambridge, Kings Lynn, Northampton, Alford and Gainsborough that I have spoken at before as well as speaking in new churches in Manchester, Swaffham and Northampton. 
I write after a powerful weekend speaking in London where God moved mightily at Guiding Light Assembly in Camden and also among leaders from a Baptist Church in Barnet who invited me to speak on the Holy Spirit. We thank God for all that He is doing in the UK as we travel.
Recent European Tour

In the Spring I went on a two week tour around Europe, starting out on my own ministering in Madrid, Spain. I was then joined by a team as we spoke in Albania, Kosovo and Macedonia. We had an incredible time and God truly changed many lives. Please read the full report of this trip here: http://ukrevival.net/missions/european-ministry-trip-2017/
Ireland 4 Jesus
Many hundreds of people gave their lives to Jesus during the two week “Ireland 4 Jesus” campaign in June and July. I ministered for one weekend, speaking to Redeemed Church of God groups in Limerick and Ennis. The highlight was undoubtedly the last night when I was able to speak to young people and see around 40 of them give their lives to Jesus! It was powerful to see the next generation impacted by the Holy Spirit and we plan to return for youth crusades in 2018.
Up-coming Missions to Africa
For the first time since Generation Builders became an official ministry we will be holding events on the continent of Africa at the end of the year. In December we will be partnering with One by One and Revive Church, taking a team to Busia in Kenya, ministering to children and in prisons and churches. We will also be holding four nights of gospel crusades believing for the sick to be healed and souls to be saved.

Also, in November, I am so honoured to travelling to Nigeria with the great Reinhard Bonnke for a huge CFAN crusade in Lagos.
We do need financial help in funding these trips and if you are able to support then please give a donation here:
http://ukrevival.net/missions/giving/
UCB Radio

I am the new host of the “Revive” radio show on UCB 2 digital radio. Join myself and Jarrod Cooper for teaching on Sunday’s at 2.00 pm and also available on catch up here: http://www.ucb.co.uk/
Glory in the Land
This year’s Glory In The Land conference will be on Saturday 25th November at New Life Wakefield. Myself and Jarrod Cooper will be speaking and it will be a powerful day. We do hope you can join us!
Family News!
Myself and Laura will be having our second son, due in September! Please pray for Laura in these final few weeks of pregnancy and for our family as we continue to grow!!

Monday, 17 July 2017

WEDDING CONGRATULATIONS TO TIM AND ZOE MELLORS


 This weekend Paul and Dawn Mellors' son 
Tim got married to Zoe at 
Newstead Abbey 



Congratulations and God Bless 
to the latest 
Mr & Mrs Mellors from everyone at New Life Church. 

Thursday, 13 July 2017

PRAISE PARTY INVITE

Praise Party featuring Geraldine Latty

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7.00 pm on Saturday 15th July 2017
£5 per ticket (£2.50 for under 18s) For ticket enquiries please e-mail: aspecnews@tiscali.co.uk
You are also invited to join us for a ‘Sing Gospel’ session with Geraldine at 3.15pm on the same day.
This is for anyone that enjoys singing where we will be learning a song in 3 part harmony to perform at the Praise Party in the evening.
For further details please contact Pam Coward by e-mail: pamela.coward@gmail.com
Geraldine Latty is a singer/songwriter who lives in North London with her husband Carey Luce.  Her day to day includes working as a songwriter, performer, vocal coach and choir director.  She also finds time to lecture on a music and theology degree program at London School of Theology and loves being involved in mentoring.  She has released a number of solo albums, the latest  ‘Can You See It?’ was released on 1 April 2017.  For further details about Geraldine please visit www.geraldinelatty.com 
Aspley Evangelical Church address is:-   531, Aspley Lane, Aspley, Nottingham NG8 5RW.  It’s 10 mins drive off J26 on the M1. 

My sister is the Pam Coward mentioned and she’s told me that you don’t need to book in advance, you can just turn up and they’ll make room!  I’m going down for the afternoon session so have room in my car if anyone needs a lift.  George won’t be coming unless someone else wants to give him a lift as he is staying to look after Kimmy, Gail and Wilf’s dog.  He’d quite like to go to the evening session if someone else is going though!

People can contact me for  more details (not that I know  much), but it’s easier just to go on the website – www.aspec.org.uk.

Jane xxx
 

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

BRING SOMETHING TO ENCOURAGE THIS SUNDAY

Dave is going to be taking the whole meeting on Sunday and he is after some help from you.

In 1 Corinthians 14, just after that beautiful explanation of what love is like in chapter 13, Paul encourages the church not to come together for what it can get but with a heart to give, share and encourage, to build one another up.  He says everyone can bring something to bless and encourage the church.  No excuses, 'everyone' means you and me too!

That's what Dave is looking for this week.  Could you share a testimony that shows God's goodness? Or could you bring some scripture that has meant something special to you?  Have you been encouraged and could you share that to encourage others? It's not a time to showcase yourself, it's an opportunity to declare the goodness of our God which will encourage others to put their trust in him.

Can't think of anything?  Well, now's the time to pray in that case:

Father God, you are amazing and no one compares to you.  I want to declare your goodness to the church this Sunday.  Please will you give me a special scripture or a testimony to share so I can build the church by being an encourager. Thank you. Amen

FREE CONCERT CELEBRATING 2 YEARS

On the weekend 15th and 16th July we are celebrating the 2nd Anniversary of our Hasland Baptist Church. Yes, it's 2 years since our re-launch back in 2015. How time flies! 

On Saturday 15th July at 7pm I am doing a free concert. Don't miss this. It may be your last chance to see me perform my music live! 

Please join us and help us celebrate keeping Hasland Baptist alive and running!

John Pickering

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

INVITATION TO WALKERS

If you have been missing the monthly walks that Julian and Patricia used to organise how about taking up this invitation?  Variations to suit different capabilities....

Dear friends,

Central Methodist Church has been rambling on first Saturdays in the month for ages.     Next month I offer an ecumenical invitation.

I am leading the walk on Saturday August 5th, which is on Froggatt, Curbar and White Edges and, if desired, with a loop into Longshaw.  There are 3 options – 3, 6 or 9 miles, all beginning at Hay Wood NT carpark (not far from the Grouse Inn on the A625), with the short walk finishing at Curbar Gap, the 6-miler coming back to Hay Wood and the 9 miler also.

We meet in the car park of Central Methodists at 9.15, or at 9.45 in Hay Wood car park, where there is a charge for non-NT members.  Anyone walking only to Curbar Gap will need transport home from there.   BYO coffee pause at Curbar Gap.  BYO lunch near the Grouse.  Ice cream at Longshaw.

Want to come?  Want more details?   Ring 270936 or email jpking@uwclub.net  

Paul King