Global evangelist and founder of Christ for all Nations (CfaN)...
What a wonderful week of 20th birthday celebrations! So, in keeping with the party atmosphere, we’re cramming in plenty of goodness into Big Breakfast this Saturday. Including a throwback as we listen to in interview with 80s pop singer Sal Solo who performed at the launch of Premier Christian Radio in Battersea Park.
Not forgetting, next week Sunday is Father’s Day so, rather than remind you about it the day before like we usually do, we’ve now given you a whole week's notice, so no excuses! But what does Father’s Day really mean for you? Perhaps you’re a devoted dad, looking forward to being waited on. Maybe you glaze over Father’s Day because you never knew your dad. Or maybe it throws up sour memories. But whatever your relationship with your biological father is like, we can all look forward to next Sunday as we all have a father who loves us unconditionally and will always do right by us. Pastor and author of Grace for Grown Ups, Paul Anderson-Walsh, will be helping us to understand the father heart of God.
Plus, earlier this month, the results of a study were released by Scripture Union stating that children, regardless of their faith background, have a natural inclination for prayer. Does this simply reflect the wild imaginations of children, or does it suggest an innate awareness of a higher being? Maggie Barfield, Product Developer and Project Owner for Project CUBE, the research paper at Scripture Union, will reveal all.
And as usual, fantastic prizes to be won in our competitions From the Mouths of Babes and 66 Seconds. Hip Hip Hooray!