McDonald’s Surprise

On Saturday 29th September 2018 I ministered outside McDonald’s.  Today I did struggle to get WiFi and twice experienced an angry person kick over my speaker with my attached Gospel playing mobile.   However an hour into proceedings when my helpful Evangelist returned with her children, an angelic toddler of a girl approached me offering me her chips.  Moments later her friendly and attractive Brazilian mother joined us.  Praise the Lord!   I now had to focus!   I asked if I could join them in 10 mins for a coffee.  Within minutes I was at their table by the … Continue reading McDonald’s Surprise

MK Newspaper 2011

A man left partially paralyzed after a skiing accident is spreading a message of hope after he completed the London Marathon in 2011. When he was in the Army in 2000, Alexander Laing 36, was left paralysed down his left hand side after the accident, which left him with problems with his co-ordination, vision, speech and fatigue. Since joining Faith Dimensions in Wolverton, Milton Keynes, Alex from Bradville, became a born-again Christian and now says anything is possible after having set up his own gardening business and completing the marathon in April. He said I’m amazed I managed to complete … Continue reading MK Newspaper 2011


On the morning of Sunday 14th October 2018 I was prompted to read Matthew and I was dreading it.  Forgive me Lord, but I mistook the genealogy of Jesus with the genealogy of the sons of Jacob in 1 Chronicles. 😅  Today I learned that it was Jacob’s son Judah, who was the bloodline of great men of faith like King David, Solomon and Joqseph the husband of Mary by whom Jesus was born.   Judah was a worshiper and God has a special relationship with any worshipers, eg King Hezekiah, had a death sentence reversed by God Himself.  All … Continue reading Purpose

Healing only came after obedience

In late April 2016, Pastor opened up a can of worms by sharing the last verse of the Old Testament in Malachi 4:6 “And he will turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, And the hearts of the children to their fathers, “Lest I come and strike the earth with curse”.   He gave us instructions on how to speak with our fathers, where I had to make contact with my dad and honour him and thank him for bringing me into the Earth.  My flesh was not happy one bit, especially when I called him sir for … Continue reading Healing only came after obedience


High intensity interval training.   I’m amazed at how you can spend considerably less time doing this type of exercise and still burn more calories than all the other.   Exercise is a must if I want to have a life of purpose.  I desire to be an excellent steward and resourceful in all my endeavours, so HIIT ticks all the boxes.  The more I alternate, the better.  The USP was burning calories afterwards whilst having a cup of tea.  Must be a Godsend!   For a while I had tried to get back into ketosis by consuming a keto … Continue reading HIIT

Climb with Alex

Ever since the first round of the para climbing series in Scotland in Sep 2018  I recognised how climbing is a distraction and more time consuming than other forms of exercise.  When doing HIIT I can be done in less than 10 mins from the comfort of my home.   I need to be more mindful of my time as I have a great calling on my life, which is to prepare the people of Milton Keynes especially for the second coming of Jesus Christ.  We are living in End Days and Jesus is coming back for His church.   … Continue reading Climb with Alex


At the Andrew Wommack Ministries Grace & Faith conference, I experienced a miracle.  In April 2015 God told me to attend the Grace & Faith conference on Fri 22-Sun 24 May in Telford.   God woke me up earlier than normal and had me listen to a radio station I don’t normally follow and it was the next advert on.  Rightfully so I was excited and in expectation of a miracle, especially as God spoke to me again at church via my friend Deacon Oma on Sun 10th May, who told me how “God was very happy with the way … Continue reading SMILE

Overcome Temptation

The path to maturity was no easier for Jesus than it is for us. He “was in all points tempted as we are, yet without sin” (Hebrews 4:15). In His human nature, Jesus experienced every form of temptation we experience, and yet He never sinned. It is no sin to be tempted! Sin comes only when we yield to temptation.   What was it that enabled Jesus, in spite of His true humanity, to overcome all temptation? His success lay in His single-hearted, unchanging motivation to do the Father’s will.  Excerpt is taken from Derek Prince’s Daily Devotional   We have been given … Continue reading Overcome Temptation