They think it’s all over…but I’m hoping and praying that it isn’t!

I enjoyed last night’s ‘Sting in the Tale’ concert in Felpham sooo much! And even better the 35 or so who attended really seemed to enjoy it as much as I did judging by their participation and encouraging comments afterwards.


The evening has changed quite a lot from the first one I did 14 months ago. It now contains quite a few different songs and interesting stories and I’ve even included the original Glorie song and Father God I wonder. Now I feel that the set is well balanced and just how I feel it should be, fun and relaxed, yet gently saying things that God is using to speak to people.

The other thing I’ve noticed is, that although I think all ages of adults would enjoy it, a large number that attend are older than me!

But of course, this is the age group that remembers me best and lets face it, there are not many Christian evangelistic concerts nowadays that are put on in Churches where older folk feel comfortable attending and are encouraged to bring along their non-churched friends!

So it’s filling an important gap.

I am so convinced that Churches would benefit from this evening and so want to travel with it that next year all I would ask (wherever you live) is that the organiser just pays for my petrol costs (which can be worked out beforehand) and charges the guests £5.00 per head which would go towards my ministry. I promise you this 90 minute ‘evening with Ish’ is worth a fiver!….Well I’d pay it. 😉

So please pass this onto others and think and pray about it seriously and if you wish to know more, please e mail me at