What I’ve been up to…

I havent done much blogging lately, but its been a great season here in the great(est) city…

  1. The weather in London has been AWESOME for the past week!
  2. Global Day of Prayer – this past Sunday we took part in the Global day of prayer – Praying with millions of Christians from over 200 nations. In London we gathered with 20-30,000 people in Millwall football stadium – also known as “the Den”, and the Millwall team are known as the Lions – so we were in the “Lions Den” – as someone said: Never had there been so many Christians in the Lions Den!  I believe that God changes things in answer to prayer…
  3. I worked hard in my garden putting up a new fence since the old one had virtually rotted away. Made me think of how we need to “fix the fences” in our lives to keep more of the bad stuff out, and the good stuff in…By the way, as I start helping Ali with some gardening I am reminded that whatever is growing in m y garden is my responsibility: I either planted it there, or I allowed what someone else planted to grow. That’s another life lesson…
  4. We’re getting ready for our annual Winning@Work day on Saturday – check it out here and join us if you can…
  5. I have been stirred to preach about “Developing a spirit of readiness” lately. I sense God is calling me and us to be ready for Him – not sure exactly what, but I’m full of expectation! If you some expectation stirred up, listen to my last two messages here.    I want to be ready for anything He wants of me…watch this space…
  6. My Scripture reading and meditation has been in the book of Hebrews lately, with this verse in particular standing out:  We do not want you to become lazy, but to imitate those who through faith and patience inherit what has been promised. – Hebrews 6:12

Get ready…Stay ready…

2 thoughts on “What I’ve been up to…

  1. mamabry

    Pastor Wolfi, I’m with you for “developing a Spirit of readiness.” May we be a people who are working with and ready for what the Father would do. Looking forward to seeing you at the EPEG.

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