Archive for February, 2010

Healing meeting

It was wonderful to be part of the ‘Healing Explosion’ meeting with Che Ahn tonight. Approx 250 of us gathered to worship and seek the Lord for healing breakthrough. There were some beautiful testimonies of how God was working in our time together with people being healed of various conditions such as a frozen shoulder or partial blindness. God is on the move!

There seemed to be a real hunger for the presence of God too, really expressed in the worship. I sense that the British church is becoming hungry again for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Bring it on!


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Healing Explosion

For those of you who are around on Wednesday 24th February 2010, we’re hosting a healing meeting at Ichthus with Che Ahn (Harvest Rock church, LA).  The meeting is at South Street Baptist Church, Greenwich at 7:45pm.  Promises to be a powerful night!

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See HIm high (He lives!) is now available for download at aloudervoice.com.  SImply click on the song resources section of the website, and you can download the mp3 from there.

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My girls

My lovely girls!

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Amy Faith Orange

We are delighted to announce the arrival of Amy Faith Orange, born on Tuesday 16th February 2010 at 2:02am, weighing in at 8lb 1oz. Both mum and baby are doing beautifully!

Thank you to all those who have been praying!

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Norway tour

Our Norway tour in September is beginning to take some shape now.  Anyone in Oslo, Drammen, Bergen, Stavanger…?  We’re looking forward to coming to a church near you!

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We’ve been really humbled by the way the Lord has used the song ‘Lord, there’s none like You’.  It was written out of one of our trips to the orphanage in Thailand run by CCD, who 4 Life work with, but we keep hearing encouraging stories of how other workers and charities have been using the song for their work in other countries too.

There is a fantastic charity called Ethiopia Education Aid who are using the song and particularly the chorus of the song ‘to save the lost and feed the hungry, clothe the naked, hold the lonely’ to help express the vision for their work in Ethiopia.  Take a look at their work here: http://ethiopiaeducationaid.org/

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