Archive for October, 2014

by Colin Dexter


Baptism on 25th Oct – you are welcome

by Colin Dexter

We are borrowing Bethany Baptist church Risca on 25th at 4pm to celebrate the baptism of Jo.

Please feel free to come & be part of her celebration.

” I put my hands on her & began to pray”

by Colin Dexter

Extract:- the programme ends with a time of prayer and a women who has been deaf for most of her  life ask for prayer. Somebody prays for her & asked her if she could hear. With a look of shock on her face she nodded and said yes. The women is overwhelmed by the work of God in her life.

(OM ship to shore 2014)

Another Miracle (Macao)

by Colin Dexter

A woman who owns a vitamin shop has a Bible in the house because her mother obtained one when the OM ship Doulos was in Hong Kong previously. Sadly her mother died but left the Bible to this woman.

After neglecting it for sometime, tragedy struck as the woman was diagnosed with cancer. Suddenly the Bible was brought off the bookshelf ,”she knew about God before, but when she got cancer, she started seeking him more”

She  started reading this Bible & studying it. She says she turned to God and found healing from cancer. She shows a newspaper article explaining how doctors are amazed by her complete recovery. She continues to give God the glory. Jesus was the turning point, & the Bible the tool.

(OM  Ship To Shore 2014)

by Colin Dexter


National Adoption Week 2014 Nov 3rd to 9th

by Colin Dexter

Aim. Raise awareness of adoption & help recruit new adopters for children in care.

Getting ready for Universal credit

by Colin Dexter

Blaenau Gwent has been chosen as one of only two areas in Wales to help pole get ready for Universal credit.

Under the UK Government’s Welfare Reform changes, Universal Credit aims to make the system easier by replacing the current six benefits and tax credits with a single monthly household payment.

Rural Market Crumlin Oct 25th

by Colin Dexter

Home For Good

by Colin Dexter

Home for Good aims to change the culture in local churches throughout the UK by making adoption& fostering a significant part of their life & ministry.

Psalm 147 Why should we praise God?

by Colin Dexter

How good to sing praises to our God!
    How delightful and how fitting!
He heals the brokenhearted
    and bandages their wounds.
He counts the stars
    and calls them all by name.
How great is our Lord! His power is absolute!
    His understanding is beyond comprehension