Today we were blessed by our time spent with Scrabo Hall Church in Newtownards. We enjoyed the service and sharing my songs and a bit of an update. It was exciting to seeing Andy Hamilton who will soon be off to Italy. Being with mission people like that was very encouraging. Thank you Scrabo for your encouragement!
Come along on 26th Aug for our commissioning service at Ards Elim, Newtowards. 6:30pm start.
Refreshments available after the service
Our last Sunday in n.ireland and just a few days short of our departure for France. Bring friends, family and pets that fit in handbags only…!
We would love to see you there.
I went on the air on UCB UK, we had a chat and they played some songs you can listen here
Sat 25th Aug I will be doing a “home turf” concert in northern ireland at scrabo hall church, newtownards. See www.adambakermusic.co.uk
CD’s will be available and there will be a chance to hear about our vision for Senegal. This really is a special concert, it will be one of the last for a while (potentially a year). So do come along, bring friends, your family and small pets!
Join us in Cornerstone church this week for a picnic and a chance to hear more about our journey, Senegal, Street Children and the challenge of a new language
We are literally living out of a suitcase these days and some guitars. We are moving around a lot and are now in England at Sarah’s church (Cornerstone). Its weird, exciting, frustrating all at the same time.
A good friend shared with me our moving around is a bit like Jesus’ having no home. “Even foxes have dens…” Our friend encouraged us that we are living out a principle of pilgrimage as people who are not tied to this earth but as people on the move and towards a better world, a new earth, a new heaven.
And so that is how we are seeing our suitcase experience. We are unsettled. The lifestyle we are moving into is unsettling. It is not one of comfort.
We are modern day pilgrims with suitcases and guitars.
We had a good night in Bridge of Don Baptist with the young people on Saturday night. We enjoyed a great time of worship, and sensed God speaking to young people. Then there was some music from Zak Robb who impressed us with his melodies and loops. I shared some songs. Steven from YFC brought us some thoughts on why break the silence.
1) It was written, 2) God chose us, 3) God has empowered us, 4) Will we want to? using Jesus’ words to his disciples before his death.
It was a great night and one I hope has made an impression with the young people
We had a wonderful night on Friday at the Kerusso Trust Concert. It was a joy to be a part of having known Bright personally and knowing his vision for Malawi. It was great to see the development of the work as well as raise some funds towards the purchase of desks for the school.
I had a great time and enjoyed sharing my songs and telling stories about them, how i write them or what they mean to me.
Thank you everyone who came along or contributed in some way
If you were not there then do go find out more about the Kerusso Trust.
Return of Adam Baker: Adam Baker, who was with us in November last year, will be coming back on Friday 6th July to give another concert. This will be for all ages. Tickets £2.00 in aid of the Romanian trip. Kieran
This extract is from a church magazine. My wife found this amusing as it reminded her of Star Wars.