The Gospel in 60 seconds

7 December 2019



Christians explain The Gospel in 60 seconds in this video below.



Would You go to Prison for Your Faith in Christ?

7 August 2019

In the book of John 15: 18-21 Jesus lets it be known that the world which hated Him will also hate Christians too. They will hate followers of Christ and will seek to persecute them too.

In modern times it is not unheard of for a Christian to be taken to court for their faith and beliefs.  Even the expressions of faith. This happens all over the world. 

Asia Bibi formerly of Pakistan was in-prisoned based on false accusations of blasphemy. She only received her freedom recently. Christians in developing worlds are pushed out or wiped out completely. 

In the so called developed westernised nations and those who espouse democracy and freedom for all, the courts are used to silence and persecute Christians for sharing their faith even when the only thing spoken about is how much God loves you. 

In the UK Christian street preacher Oluwole Ilesanmi was arrested and his Bible confiscated. He was later released with no charge and has since been given compensation for the wrongful arrest.

Pastor David Lynne is a Canadian preacher known for his street preaching. Various videos of him engaging with various people can be found on Youtube. He is always respectful and allows people who wish to speak even with opposing views share their thoughts too. He currently is going through a court process in Canada. He did not preach hate, he preached love for all. A preacher who preached about God's love, which is what the world only wants to hear is still in court for sharing the gospel. 

This video from his youtube channel has an update from his court appearance. Which has lead me to ask;

Would you go to prison for your faith?



Buzzfeed Asks if an Atheist can Date a Christian

13 April 2019

Buzzfeed shared a video that asked; If an Atheist can date a Christian?

It is not unheard of for a Christian to date and marry an atheist nor is it unheard of for an Atheist to date and marry a Christian. It happens. You also get people of different faiths who find love together.

Let us look at this from a Christian perspective and Bible scriptures that will often be referred to.

One of the first scriptures you will hear regarding the suitability of your future partner regarding faith is 2 Corinthians 6:14  which says

Do not be unequally yoked together with unbelievers. For what fellowship has righteousness with lawlessness? And what communion has light with darkness?

King Solomon was a faithful man. He was full of wisdom and charm it would seem. As much as he is respected for his faith and wisdom he was a flawed man. He had hundreds of wives and mistresses. Some were pagan and idol worshippers. He let them erect altars to their pagan deities in holy places. This went against the will of God. It also lead in part to his downfall.

With that being said the Bible also teaches that the unbelieving spouse is sanctified by the believer. So all is not lost after all.

But to the rest I, not the Lord, say: If any brother has a wife who does not believe, and she is willing to live with him, let him not divorce her. And a woman who has a husband who does not believe, if he is willing to live with her, let her not divorce him. For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband; 1 Corinthians 7:12-14


The only other part to highlight is the unwillingness of the believer to say my children will be brought up to know God or at least the basics. Most Christians teach their kids about Jesus, but it's left up to the child to decide what they believe and if they believe. But to offer your children no spiritual guidance can be deemed senseless. Because whatever you believe, normally impacts how you choose to live your life and your children see and observe from you. However in the end the child will decide what they believe from what they do not.

Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it. 
Proverbs 22:6 

So can a Christian and an Atheist date. Yes they can. It will come with spiritual challenges but overall the success depends on the two dating. Love conquers all, right?

What are your thoughts? (video below)


The Voice UK's Gospel acts Equip to Overcome and Roger Samuels

16 March 2019

The Voice UK has completed it's battle round stages and artists are now vying for the semi-finals before the final. This year we have seen some amazing gospel singes take centre stage. Tom Jones was definitely blessed with some amazing singers. Which included Equip to Overcome (E2O) and Roger Samuels.

I have seen Samuels sing live in person at churches and church events before. He is very gifted and talented. I am hoping both acts do not stop at this stage. That they will take the exposure they have and use it to help propel them into the next stages of their careers.

You can keep up to date with Equip to Overcome on their Twitter and Youtube channel




You can keep up to date with Roger Samuels on his Twitter  and Youtube channel

People Tell a Pastor Why They Don't Believe in God

21 December 2018

Pastor Erica Campbell sits down with a few people who share with her why they do not believe in God. They include people have had faith-based backgrounds who share why they do not believe and what they actually do believe. It is a very interesting video conversation. Erica did well with her responses.

Take a look at the video.

Would You Risk Your Life to Spread the Gospel

30 November 2018

By now most people will be aware of the American adventurer and missionary John Chau who lost his life on an ill-fated mission to spread the gospel of Jesus with the Sentinelese people. Its come to light that since he was 18yrs old he has felt it in his heart a calling from God to connect with the islanders and become friends with them in the hope of sharing the good news. 

No one actually knows what the tribe actually calls themselves. Due to their isolation, their language is different to their neighbours the Jarawa people who were also once uncontactable. They too reside in the archipelago of the Andaman and Nicobar islands in the Indian sea and come under India's state control. Strangers are often greeted with arrows and there has only been one time where they interacted with outsiders. This tribe is so rare that exposure to Western diseases such as the flu to the various poxes could kill large numbers of them further putting them at risk of extinction.

So Chau knew the island has a 3 mile exclusion zone but he chose to venture there anyway. His first attempt he ran back and left notes. The next attempt he was killed as an unwanted intruder. His misadventure has lead to people asking if Christians have a right to spread the gospel. Christians have pondered if he indeed was motivated by a calling from God.

The Bible teaches us to use wisdom in all that we do. Should Chau have done the right thing and approached the Indian government for a Restricted Area Permit. Would you risk your life to spread the gospel? How do you share the gospel today? How do you know its a calling and not something you simply just want to do?