Tag Archives: Scotland

Scottish Funeral Fringe

When James Blackburn, head of ScotMid Funerals, organised ScotMid Co-operative’s first conference to coincide with the Edinburgh Fringe it was inevitable it would be nicknamed the Scottish Funeral Fringe and turn into a very enjoyable and even entertaining day as … Continue reading

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Why go to a boring church?

This is a valid question, why go anywhere you find boring when you don’t have to? To film ‘The Adventurers of Paul and Marian’ we had to find Green-Screen suitable clothes for our scenes. Being dragged around New York stores … Continue reading

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Has God’s power diminished?

Atheists and Christians should not be too quick to brand each other as stupid.┬áThe atheists I know are respectful folk who recognise atheism is simply a belief that is not 100% definite, but a few others are a bit more … Continue reading

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Coatbridge Church fights free-fall

Since launching our itinerant ministry we have been visiting the Scottish churches I had known in my youth, most of these being Elim churches. The pentecostal and charismatic movements have really grown in Scotland with the Assemblies of God up … Continue reading

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