A Tribute to Najua Diba: Brazilian Missionary to Albania

Erise and Nila, in the church in Kamza, Albania 14/02/1947 – 31/10/2020 The Lord put Albania on the heart of Najua in the year 1979. She didn`t know anything about Albania, its religion, culture or politics, - nothing at all, but to her it was clear a...

Derrick's Christmas Letter 2020

Dear friends, Greetings and love to you in Jesus’ name! I wrote my last letter to you in October, never expecting that we would be in lock-down over Christmas, it seems to have become our way of life! Over the past month I have been talking on New L...

Starting my Internet Radio career

I have travelled to many countries of the world over the last 17 years teaching Bible Students and speaking in many churches. This season of continuing lockdown in my own home has led me to reconsider what I'm going to do with my time. I have just f...

Lessons from the Lockdown

Isolation is by no means rare in the lives of God’s servants: it is God’s means of dealing with them, preparing them for ministry, transforming their lives and bringing them into deeper intimacy with himself. In this most unusual time when so many p...

A few lines about the church !!!

Why make accessible a document about "church" when we are not able to meet together as a church? I am passionate about the church of Jesus Christ - I was dedicated in the Salvation Army but grew up in a Brethren Assembly, I went to an inter-denominati...

News from summer 2020

Dear friend, Greetings to you in Jesus’ Name! Several friends have asked me recently if I have plans to resume travelling. My answer is simply to say that I have a blank sheet in front of me! For the present time I am at home on my first day of the ne...

My little book on Ruth

I had an email from a friend who asked me if I had deleted their name from my prayer-letter list as they had not heard from me. In fact, my last communication was in March before my trip to Portugal for David da Silva’s wedding. My plan was to stay wit...

Travels in Tanzania

We travelled together to visit our missionary friends Penny and Margaret in Tanzania. Penny Elliott has been there 18 years and Margaret Beckett for 14 years. Penny worked with the children in Smethwick before she went to teach and train children’s wor...