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No. 2 What all the World has NOW.

No. 2 What all the World has NOW. 150 150 Keir Tayler

I walked behind my Dad in between the vegetable seed-beds behind our house. A massive umbrella acacia thorn  tree overshadowed part of the garden. I was six years old. We lived at Ruzawi School near Marandellas town, in Southern Rhodesia. My Dad had just come home from work and now he was inspecting my work…

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No. 1 Pet Shop vs National Park.

No. 1 Pet Shop vs National Park. 150 150 Keir Tayler

As a young teenager I had a friend named Martin who had a mongoose for a pet. As young boys growing up in the Rhodesian bush we all at sometime found an animal to ‘raise’. The farms were full of wild life. I use to love going to his farm to play with the mongoose,…

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Testimony from Mozambique.

Testimony from Mozambique. 150 150 Keir Tayler

In 2018 we pioneered a church plant in Chimondzo, Mozambique with Church Unlimited in Nelspruit. Ps. Louis Nel lead the team on this adventure. There were about 10 of us from different churches around South Africa. It also involved about 6 churches in Mozambique who banded together to launch the church into this community. Some…

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There is a Sound…

There is a Sound… 2560 2044 Keir Tayler

Acts 2:2 “Suddenly a sound like a the rushing of a violent wind came from heaven ….” Before , fire, room filled and speaking in tongues there was a SOUND. A sound of change and the presence of God. We are experiencing this in Cornerstone church as a six week Sunday evening meeting is set…

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Leaders in Training.

Leaders in Training. 2980 2401 Keir Tayler

The Holy Spirit touching, changing, and empowering church planters and church leaders. No platform, Celebration, Certificates or promotion of man – just His presence, approval and endorsement. They are out there. I have not seen them since … they are His.

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The Dawn of 2020.

The Dawn of 2020. 798 853 Keir Tayler

My Dad would walk into my bedroom when I was a young boy, and would say to me whilst drawing back the curtains from the windows:  “The fingers of the pale – faced dawn arises in the East and brushes aside the cold webs of darkness to reveal a new day … come on son…

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“T’was but a sound of thunder”

“T’was but a sound of thunder” 480 480 Keir Tayler

Perhaps, on that day, some godly little servant girl may be waiting upon the table of her rich and fashionable mistress. The afternoon “bridge” and “whist” now over, the dinner is being served faultlessly.  Sparkling witticisms are being exchanged over the snowy linen, with its shining silver and fragrant blossoms. The maid (let us call…

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Pack Your Coffin….

Pack Your Coffin…. 670 502 Keir Tayler

A band of brave souls became known as one-way missionaries two centuries ago. They bought tickets to the mission field without the return half. Instead of suitcases, they packed their few earthly belongings into coffins. As they sailed away, they waved goodbye to everyone they loved and all they knew, knowing they’d never return home.…

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Creative Miracle.

Creative Miracle. 4032 3024 Keir Tayler

I found this story which has never printed, but remembered by those who were there. Dr. Roy Hicks told this to someone who happened to talk about it and this is what I heard: Robert Semple and Aimee were newly married and were traveling the USA raising finances before traveling to India as missionaries. One…

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Revival Definitions

Revival Definitions 800 534 Keir Tayler

Introduction What do you think about when you hear the word, “revival”? For some it brings back negative feelings of some scary hell-and-brimstone message at a camp meeting where sinners were exhorted to come forward and repent. For others it stirs up the excitement of days gone by when God came by His Spirit and…

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