Ablaze UK 2010: Sunday morning

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It's Sunday and the marquee was packed this morning, or at least the carpark was, as that's as far as I made it. (The pastors have jobs to do during the convention, so this morning I was on carpark duty.)

Dr John Avant, our American guest speaker, preached what was by all accounts a faith inspiring message from Eph. 3:20-21. The Lord also spoke prophetically through Pastors David Olphert and Elwyn Williams.

Out in the carpark, whole we may have missed the meeting, things were still interesting. We had everything from a Bentley driver who wanted to know what was going on in the marquees to someone who was convinced we were selling caravans! I also discovered that I'm not the only pastor with a large theological tome in the back of the car.

Tonight I'll be in the tent and not the carpark, so hopefully I can bring you more informative news from the evening meeting. BlogBooster-The most productive way for mobile blogging. BlogBooster is a multi-service blog editor for iPhone, Android, WebOs and your desktop

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