Archive for May, 2010

Heal Our Land

May 17, 2010

Heal Our Land moved yesterday from Liverpool to Ashford!

In Liverpool on 10th May, over 1000 people came together to call on God to heal this land. On Saturday 15th, an estimated 1000 people came to Newsham Park for a wonderful proclamation of the Truth of Jesus – the only solution for the nation.

God has a wonderful strategy: With the initial event in Liverpool – a major gateway to the world for Britain for over two centuries, the Heal Our Land initiative moves to Ashford – the port town of the Channel tunnel – the link with mainland Europe.

God continues to stir this nation to prayer and action to tell people about Jesus. This call to come together, pray, repent and receive God’s anointing to speak to the world, is a growing call to the Church of Great Britain to BE the servant of God for the healing of the land.

Please join the Heal Our Land Ashford group – link below. That way you can be kept informed of how things are developing and receive prompts for prayer. This whole thing is going to continue to develop over coming months – God is at work!

75 years ago the Jeffreys brothers came to Liverpool to conduct a healing crusade in Bootle – where Heal Our Land Liverpool was effectively started on 2nd May in a meeting that Bishop James Jones spoke at – commemorating 100 years of St John and St James church. After several weeks of revival, healings and widespread salvation, the Jeffreys brothers moved their tent to Newsham Park and led another crusade – which resulted in a further move of God and the establishment of further churches with many people saved and healed. On Saturday 15th May, Heal Our Land Merseyside concluded with a city-wide outreach event in Newsham Park. Dozens of people committed their lives to the Lord and dozens more were prayed for to receive help in their lives. Many people came to a wonderful day of music, dancing and Christian witness. Many nations were represented – Iranians, Nigerians, Ghanaians, Pakistanis, Sri Lankans, Americans, Brazilians, Bolivians, Algerians, Yemeni, South African, Italian, and of course Liverpool people – probably others as well!

God is re-digging old wells! By being part of this group and praying alongside us, we are joining together to see Great Britain healed.!/group.php?gid=403995319427&ref=ts

My Campaign for something new

May 6, 2010

The following three short video clips say something of my campaign for a fresh approach to politics in Liverpool.

The blogs below give more information about my views.

Out on the streets of Liverpool

May 1, 2010

Today, on the streets of Walton and Norris Green I met with some great people. It is great how people will take time to stop and talk while in the middle of their shopping. The sad news to report is that many people told me that they have had enough of the main political parties and far too many people believe that their vote won’t make a difference.

Calling Mrs Duffy a bigot this week reveals something much more serious than Gordon Brown’s temper: Interpreting an ordinary conversation about the real issues facing the nation as bigotry shows just how utterly disconnected big party politics has become. On the streets of Norris Green and Walton, people are genuinely concerned about jobs, immigration, the deficit, political correct nonsense and law and order.

Liverpool has been leading the way in this nation for hundreds of years. What Britain needs is a political revolution – a complete change in the way we vote and behave. What better place than Walton in Liverpool to start something fresh? Liverpool people have always

shown that they think for themselves, surely it is time to vote for something new?

Vote for a fresh approach to politics in Britain.