Summer 2018 News

norway.jpgSpearhead Summer News

So far this year has not been without its challenges. Having loaded two of our containers ready to go to Bulgaria we discovered that their shipping plates had at sometime been removed which meant it was not possible to transport them. We were told that it’s almost impossible to have these plates replaced. However, with a little detective work, a lot of prayer and several phone calls they were finally replaced just two days before the containers were due to be picked up. It was at this point our shipping company phoned to tell us that they were unable to pick them up in time to meet the ship that was taking them to Bulgaria. They would now arrive in the Balkans a week after the missions were meant to have taken place. Over the next couple of days I exhausted every other means of getting them there and had to accept that we were not going to be hosting Tent Events in Bulgaria this year. This was the first time that we have ever had to let churches down in all the years we have been ministering, a real low point for me. Not willing to accept defeat we agreed that one mission would be postponed and moved into a building laterdonate 2 in the year. The team for the sister mission was still keen to go ahead so we travelled to serve churches around Bulgaria speaking at a conference, running children’s ministry, ministering in churches and even baptising some new believers in the river one afternoon, see more in Elaine’s report below. During this season I continue to minister in churches of all backgrounds and at conferences both in England and abroad.

Elaine’s Report

baptisamsI went to Bulgaria with an open mind and Spirit and I wasn’t disappointed. We were blessed with good weather, which always helps, and the food and accommodation exceeded my expectations. However the best part of the trip was the wonderful people I met. Everyone was so friendly and so open to what God had to impart through us. We saw people released in tongues, healed and baptised. Tim was gracious and encouraging, giving me lots of opportunities to minister and on one or two occasions challenged me to be brave and trust God and I am glad he did. I was able to see for myself the power of the Holy Spirit at work in people’s lives. It was a privilege to join Tim on the trip and I hope to return. There is much need in Bulgaria and there are many wonderful churches eager to receive from God. I would thoroughly recommend joining Spearhead on a mission trip.

Norway Camp Meetings

What a privilege it was to be asked to minister at “Heaven Partners Camp Meetings” in Arabygdvegen Telemark Norway. We were surrounded by beautiful mountains and countryside. The people were hungry for spiritual things, very appreciative and encouraging. I was ministering alongside Inge Roysland an evangelist from Norway and Richard Albertsson a pastor from Sweden. I had been asked to speak at four sessions but norway 2ended up doing five during the week and taught on what it means to be ‘naturally supernatural’, continually filled with the Holy Spirit and to move in faith. By the end of the week people were moving in the power gifts with increasing confidence and ministering to those with physical and emotional needs.

Personal and Planning News

Kim’s third round of treatment had to be postponed by a month which meant we were able to spend some time together with her feeling almost normal! When we did eventually go into hospital the news was all good and it seems the treatment is having far better results than we had been lead to believe were possible.  Our confession for a miracle is that her body will be a cancer free zone. Watch this space!
In October I will be meeting with a group of evangelists from around Europe for a “Europe will be saved” round table to pray, plan and strategize on how we can see this vision fulfilled. What a great honor it will be to be part of this group.
We are planning a couple of the largest events we have ever done; one will take place in a Roman amphitheatre in Plovdiv, the European Capital Of Culture 2019  and the secondimg_0102-2 will be in our 3,000 seater tent in Brussels in partnership with “Tent 100”. Both will be in the spring of 2019. The Brussels event is particularly significant as it was there in 1975 that God called me to be an evangelist. How things have come full circle!

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Weekend in Germany

img_0733-3It was a great pleasure to travel to Bremen in Germany with Peter Nickolas where I was to minister, with Peter translating to a group of Bulgarian churches. It was a bit surreal eating Bulgarian food and ministering in Bulgarian while being in Germany.

There was a real sense of the Holy Spirit’s presence from the word go. The first night we attended the church prayer meeting and ended up ministering to a few sick people. One was a lady who had a problem with her bones twisting. Twenty years ago she had had an operation to put rods in both her arms and legs to help keep them straight. This had left her with no feeling in her legs and she was unable to walk without crutches. After we ministered to her the feeling came back and she started to walk without the crutches. The next day, at the conference, she testified to God’s healing power, as did several others who were ministered to the evening before. This led into another time of ministry and more testimonies.

img_0707-2That evening, at a small Bulgarian church in Diepholz, I taught on being a disciple and discipling others. There was a real prophetic outpouring at the end of the meeting which encouraged and blessed us all.

Sunday afternoon four Bulgarian churches came together in Wildeshausen, with about three hundred and fifty attending. From the beginning of the meeting there was a great sense of the Holy Spirit’s presence and I ministered on moving in the power of the Holy Spirit. There were more healings and more testimonies. img_0722.jpgAt the end of the meeting I made an appeal and sixteen people came forward to accept Jesus as their Lord and Saviour. Over half of those were men which is quite unusual as Bulgarian men can be quite reserved like English men. What a blessing it was to minister God’s word, with signs following just as our Lord promised us. img_0102Praise God for what He has started in these churches in Germany please continue to pray for them and us. We are able to support churches around the world in many ways because of  the generous support of our partners.

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Exciting Times

The Dawning of a New Season for Spearhead

We are expecting great things from God and are preparing to do great things for God
The dawning of the new year was the beginning of a new season for us at Spearhead. This year we will become a charity in our own right which will enable us to step into everything God has for us in this exciting new season. We are expecting great things from God and we are preparing to do great things for God. The year ahead will see us take our 1500 seat tent to Bulgaria for two missions, one in Sofia and one in Plovdiv. If you would like more information on either of these or would like to join the team, Click here. We are also starting to plan one of the largest events we have ever done which will take place in the European Capital Of Culture in spring 2019.
At home we will continue to support many churches around the United Kingdom and plan to run another Healing School. There is also a Mission School in the pipeline for those with a passion to reach the lost.
We will also be supporting mission schools throughout Europe to equip evangelists to go into the harvest fields of this great continent; “Europe Shall Be Saved”.
Doors continue to open and we have trips planned to minister in Switzerland, Germany, Bulgaria, Norway and Holland this coming year.
If you would like to be part of what we are doing or would like more information on how you can support our work please don’t hesitate to contact us by “Clicking Here

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You Are Anointed With Power

YAAWPFor some time we, like many others, have had a desire to see the church become the people of power the Bible declares us to be. Through this series of teaching we are seeking to encourage believers in the Lord Jesus Christ to start living and moving within the good of all the Bible promises us, to remind ourselves of who we are in God and to establish within local churches a platform for the Holy Spirit to move in power.

 Who’s the course for?

The course is for anyone who is seeking to move out more in the power of the Holy Spirit. It is especially for those who have a desire to minister to those who are sick in body, mind or spirit.  

What’s covered on the course?

Healing under the Old Covenant

Healing under the New Covenant

Godly expectations

The authority of the believer

The healing ministry of Jesus

Faith not formulas

Healing throughout Acts

Why people don’t get healed

The source of sickness

Those attending will learn about how to live and move in the power of the Holy Spirit and become all that God  intends them to be. You will be encouraged to step out in faith and move more in the power of the Holy Spirit and become all that God intends them to be. You will be encouraged to step out in faith and move more in the power of the Holy Spirit through teaching, testimonies and the team’s own practical experiences.

The course will be delivered over three Saturdays. Everyone who has attended in the past has enjoyed the course and found it to be helpful and encouraging. During the sessions we explore what it means to be anointed with power.

Jesus said that when the “Holy Sprit has come upon you, you will be anointed with power from on high”. (Acts 1:8)

The course will be held at:

Stockton House Conference Centre,stockton house

Stockton Avenue



GU51 4NS

 over three Saturdays from 9am to 4pm on the

The cost of each Saturday is £25 including the course manual and a light lunch to pay for individual Saturdays click on date above or if your booking all three it’s £60 by clicking the link below.

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Latest News for 2017

Well we had some good news recently. Kim’s most recent scan showed that her treatment is working as the doctors had hoped and the cancer has not grown at all in the last six months. This is the best expected outcome of the therapy although our confession is still that the cancer will die and leave her body a ‘cancer free zone’. In herself she is doing a lot better and her energy levels are improving enabling her to take on many of her usual roles once more. We even managed to get away for a few days holiday in the sun despite some of the huge quotes we received for travel insurance at several thousand of pounds for a week! Finally found one company who would cover Kim for under a couple of hundred.


I was able to make a trip to Kiev in the Ukraine with two friends, Slava and Dave, to speak at a small leaders’ conference. It was great to spend time with this hungry group of leaders and their families. The conference centre was about two hours outside of Kiev in the Ukrainian countryside. Once we left the main roads some of the pot holes were enormous and some roads were more pot holes than roads. They have a saying in the Ukraine that when the snow melts the roads do as well which seemed very true. The little Ukrainian car we were traveling in was about the size of a Ford Fiesta and was packed solid with five adults and two children plus all our luggage and a guitar. Not surprisingly this lead to an interesting journey on these roads although I did manage to sleep for much of it which was a blessing in so many ways.

At the conference Slava ministered on prayer, Dave spoke on small groups and fatherhood as a model for ministry. I had been asked to speak on different ministry styles, what is evangelism and developing a strategy for evangelism. It was amazing how these diverse subjects gelled together and brought a unified whole. The conference finished with a time of prophecy and ministry to the leaders and there wives.


Afterwards the pastor’s wife commented on how it was such a blessing to see different ministry gifts functioning together in unity and so equipping those attending through word and deed. Of course, this is what Ephesians 4 tells us the ministries are there for!There was also time to relax with and share with the guys on a more social level as we went for a Ukrainian sauna together. Returning to Kiev on Saturday afternoon there were just five of us in the car so it was a far more comfortable journey. That evening we were taken to a traditional Ukrainian buffet which was great. I dined on Chicken Kiev in Kiev, the best I have ever tasted. Sunday was a very busy day. In the morning, we ministered in the network’s main church in Kiev. Slava preached and we all ministered to people who responded to words of knowledge. Legs grew, a lady no longer needed her walking stick and left the meeting with it tucked under her arm. Many testified to God’s healing touch. We had a short break for a drink and cake then we were back on the road out into the countryside to a village church plant about two hours outside of Kiev.


The moment we arrived I could tell this was something special. Although it appeared quite traditional with all the ladies wearing head scarves there was a hunger for more of God in this village despite persecution from the Orthodox church and priest. After a short time of worship during which we all really sensed the presence of God, Slava and Dave shared testimony and brought words of encouragement. I then preached on lifting up your eyes to see where God is working and doing whatever He commands you to do. As I finished I sensed God was already at work and asked if anyone had experienced healing during the word. A number testified that they had and almost everyone else wanted a touch from God. In such a small room with so many responding the only way to get to everyone was to set up a prayer tunnel at the door with everyone passing through it as they went into another room. Wow! IMG_4275 (002)God moved greatly as more people were healed, filled with the Spirit and set free from oppression. As we were closing the formal part of the meeting three people gave their lives to Jesus. One told us, ‘it’s my first time here but I just love being in this atmosphere. I want what you have’. The meeting carried on for another hour informally with people excitedly sharing what God had done for them while others encouraged by their testimonies sought to be ministered to.

The evening finished with a wonderful meal in a house close by with all local produce on the table. What a privilege it was to minister there. I’m expecting great things to continue in this village. Please pray for them. Since returning home we have had many testimonies of all that God did during this trip. One young man who had tried to hang himself just a few days before we ministered in his village got saved after the meeting and it’s been reported to us that he has been transformed and now has hope for his future and has become very positive in his outlook on life. Praise God!

Together with evangelists from around Europe

zargrebI was invited to attend an event for evangelists from all over Europe that was held in Zagreb Croatia. It was great to spend a few days with men and women of a similar heart and spirit and hear of all that God is doing throughout Europe. As we shared with one another it was soon clear that God is working in Europe and raising up ministers to go into the ripe fields across all this continent. evangelistsI even met another evangelist who had a tent with seating capacity for two thousand people who is seeking to reach the nations of Europe. I also met an old friend Juan who fifteen years ago moved from Germany back to his own nation of Spain to plant a church. In that time it has grown from four people to two thousand five hundred and is still growing, praise God! Father is still committed to doing great things for those who will lift up their eyes and see where He is working.

Fifth Mission School in Bulgaria

It was my pleasure to travel to Bulgaria at the beginning of April to minister at our fifth mission school in corporation with “A Time For Harvest” run by Sofi Pranczk, a Bulgarian evangelist. This year we had students from Belarus, Estonia as well as Bulgaria and drew on evangelists from throughout Europe to teach in the school. It was great to spend time with these believers both young and older who where truly hungry to learn how to minister and lead people into a relationship with Christ. The school has both theory and practical elements to it. The week I was there I taught them in the classroom from 9am – 1pm three sessions each morning and in the afternoons and evenings they went out into the community to put into practice the things they were learning. This ranged from on the street witnessing to visiting in an old folks home to visiting a children’s home as well as ministering in churches. The course finishes with a mission event which this year was a tent festival in Bulgaria. Previous students are now pastoring churches, heading up evangelistic efforts in their home churches and actively involved in evangelism in their nations.

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While in Bulgaria I took the opportunity to travel each afternoon to meet with pastors that I’ve had regular input into over the last few years and minister in their churches. Most days this meant a four hour round trip returning to the school in Sofia between twelve midnight and one in the morning. It was wonderful to spend time with them and hear all that God has been doing in them and through them. This winter has been partially difficult as it was the worst winter weather for sixteen years with temperatures -20c and below. This always puts a strain on the resources of the very poor with heating costs going up steeply leaving less for food etc. The mixture of poor nutrition and extreme cold also leads to health problems so it’s a double whammy. Yet with all this going on their faith stands strong.

Another challenge for this nation is the mass exodus of those under forty years of age to other European nations looking for a better life. When I first went to Bulgaria it had a population of about nine point five million people. Now that stands somewhere around six point five million and is still dropping. This can have devastating effects on some communities as villages are left with only old people in them and some communities are now mostly made up of women and children as many men work abroad only returning for a few weeks a year. Please pray for this nation.

I would like to thank you for taking the time to read this news update and everyone for your support in so many ways and ask that you continue to pray for us and all the situations that we are involved with. May God bless you in all that you do.

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