Just to give you all plenty of warning this Saturday (12th) I will be performing the ‘Sting in the Tale’ concert at Leigh on Sea Elim Church.143 -145 Glendale Gardens, Leigh on Sea.
No advance tickets, £5.00 on the door and if you fancy refreshments, get there around 7 for a 7.30 start.
I can promise you a great fun yet thought provoking Saturday night out!
After an amazing time in Israel I am now looking forward to an amazing time in Downe!
Tomorrow night (Friday) I will be doing a Sting in the Tale concert at Downe Village Hall, High Street Downe BR6 7US.
The concert begins at 7.30 and it’s a £5.00 entrance fee at the door.
I can promise you a great evening out so if you live fairly close please do come and join in the fun.
Yesterday my Renault Espace finally died!
After 10 years of reasonably faithful service and well over 120.000 miles of travelling together, lots of oil started leaking from the engine and the electrics packed up.
If any of you are in the financial position to be able to help towards buying another car please do let me know, if not, I do value your prayers as a reliable car is very essential to fulfil the ministry that God have given me to do.
Just had 3 more encouraging comments from people who attended our ‘Sting in the Tale’ concert last Friday that I thought you might like to see.
Eddie said ‘Just to say thank you so much for the concert at Westham. My grandaughter and her boyfriend came with me and we all found it enjoyable, challenging, moving. God bless as you go to Spring Harvest.
Ivana said ‘Carol and I both enjoyed last night and she was very glad she came, just regretted she hadn’t brought her husband with her. I am sure you’ll be very successful at Spring Harvest as you used to be before.’
And Chris the vicar / organiser said ‘Once more a huge thank you for Friday. Almost universal accolades from our folk. One elderly saint found it a bit loud otherwise we all thought it was great, encouraging and challenging.’ To which I replied ‘yes it was a bit loud but please inform your elderly saint that since my cancer treatment my hearing is not too good…I need it loud so that I can hear it!’
Although I won’t be selling it in our shop, I have run off a special souvenir compilation CD of all the songs we used at that concert. I thought for those who could not get there, you may like to still hear the music.
All are the original tracks taken from the original albums.
The 12 tracks are Nicodemus / The grunting song / Eli the fly / 2 Timothy 2 / Crowd trouble / Laodecean Church / Marksman / Rum, gin and cocktail / Bartimaeus / Down in a noisy small valley / King of glory / Father God I wonder.
The cost including P&P is £6.50 but you will need to e mail me personally at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a copy.
Have a great day.