One fine Spring day my dad Finlay got it into his mind that it would be a good idea to have a camper van for holidays and appropriately for a Morris dealer found a Morris J2 in London for sale. He decided it would be a good idea to take me at the age of … Continue reading London 1966… Not the wold cup!
Month: February 2017
Margaret is another good example of someone healed ...in her case twice over! Her family all have strong connection with the medical profession as does Margaret herself so they know that the healing is a miracle...... here is her account Life can change overnight! One evening, nearly three years ago (February 2014), I was out … Continue reading Margaret Lovett
Above: A Challenger bus which goes round Schools with the Christian faith Neil Boddy came to our home in Gargunnock around two years ago to give his testimony as a believer and we were all amazed at he healing he received some years ago. The account given does not do justice to his life extending … Continue reading Neil Boddy
This is the last account of four miraculous healings experienced by people known to me. It has been given by David Robertson who does much in Scotland and beyond to defend Christianity in an increasingly secular society. Not many strong clear voices are heard through the media but his is LOUD AND CLEAR! He is … Continue reading David Robertson
This was written a week ago as one of four examples where people known to me have been cured from terminal illness through divine intervention. Margaret was to get more information last Monday but Alasdair, my father in law, at the age of 91 suffered a stroke and died in the early hours of Tuesday. … Continue reading Rev Alasdair Smith
Above: Some landmarks collated by John McLaren which make Gargunnock special Where are your roots? mine are in what was many years ago a bustling village, Kyle of Lochalsh in the Highlands. As a boy I could see absolutely no reason to live anywhere else. The biggest export however from the Highlands is people and … Continue reading It Stands Most Beautiful
Above: View of city from cancer outpatient unit this morning The cancer unit at the Western in Edinburgh is in a pretty mundane part of the city; full marks to the architect who designed the waiting area to have spectacular views of the magnificent city and castle, which is second only to Stirling within the … Continue reading End of trial