May 21, 2020

Reflections Upon the Life of Mincaye Enquedi

Mincaye Enquedi (90) passed away peacefully at home, in the tiny village of Tzapino, on 28 April 2020.  Very few people will know the name, and fewer still will mourn his passing.  While he was largely unknown on earth he is now, […]
July 6, 2019

Present Darkness Future Light

Rev E Trevor Kirkland We all know how abysmal things presently are. Nationally, we have become captives to irrationalism under the guise of modernity. Spiritually, the Church is blown about by every wind of doctrine. Cafeteria Christianity and Christianity Lite […]
October 10, 2017

The Place of Scripture in the Reformation

In this year 2017, and in this month of October, we commemorate what was the beginning of the Protestant Reformation under Martin Luther. One of the features of his life and work was the central place that the Scriptures played […]
April 4, 2017

Where are the Reformers Today?

Some of the most life-changing events in the history of the church have come about due to a stand being taken by one man at a critical juncture. In this year, 2017, we are commemorating the 500th anniversary of Martin […]
May 1, 2015

Man’s Day and God’s Day: A thought for the week of the General Election

March 12, 2015

A Dead Calm or a Necessary Storm?

We are living in days when there seems to be a flat calm on the Church scene in the United Kingdom. How can we explain the current situation? We may find an answer to this by considering Church history. Some […]
December 18, 2014

Candles Up, Preaching Down

In the Highlands of Scotland in the mid-twentieth century Christmas day was regarded as an ordinary working day. There was little recognition of it in the community and almost none in the Presbyterian Churches. This was the result of the […]
July 16, 2014

A Lesson from George Whitefield

This year we are commemorating the anniversary of the birth of two men who lived two centuries apart – John Knox (b. 1514) and George Whitefield (b. 1714). Knox was a Scot who helped to further the Reformation in England […]
June 11, 2014

Fifty Years On: Remembering the Rev Kenneth A MacRae

As one who owes a debt of gratitude to the ministry of the Rev Kenneth A MacRae (1883-1964) it would not be right to let the 50th anniversary of his death (5th May) pass without a short tribute to his […]