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Women worshipping when food was delivered


Uganda - Famine Relief
A heart-breaking plea came from Milton Ogwal, our Uganda partner since 1994. 

This is to ask for your prayer as church in UK. There has been no rain since last year and people are dying of no food.  We have just lost a pregnant woman in Alebtong, our home.
Pray that God gives us rain.
Pray also that God touches His people to help with whatever food, even a little can feed some one for a week. Our parliament has declared the Nation as in the state of emergency...
Sorry to bother but I can’t keep quiet.  We are trying to call little locally. I personally have been trying (to help) 8 people but now am losing grip.

Well, God has heard and answered prayers.  Through the generosity of a few individuals and especially one of our supporting churches, we have been able to send £1000 with more to follow in the coming months.   And the rain has begun to fall.
Re: Food Relief/ Support (Alebtong)

I thank God that you are able to support the poor of the poor elderly women heading families and some old widowers with food at such a time of great famine.
It brought Joy, Hope and ten people gave their lives to Jesus Christ.
The food was distributed in Alebtong the heart of the famine most hit district.  54 households of the categories above were catered for at an average of 14 kgs of posho and 14kgs of beans and 1kgs of salt.  Note: this could take them four weeks.
We pray for continuous rain as it has started and now people are putting down crops and yet we still have a challenge of two more months before harvest but we are grateful for the support and God’s grace. 
Rev. Milton" 

We are sending more for the next month.

For they are traveling for the Lord, and they accept nothing from people who are not believers. So we ourselves should support them so that we can be their partners as they teach the truth.   3 John 1.7-8

The Director has no personal financial support.  If you would like to support him, please designate "Director" when you donate, or contact  God bless you as you consider this.


JustOne - with J.John - at Priestfield Stadium
Partnership churches, organisations and individuals from across Medway and the whole of Kent are currently being sought.  If you would like to know more or even to partner with us, please email

The official launch will take place on Saturday 7th October 2017 at Prayer City, Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC), Buckmore Park, Maidstone Road, Chatham ME5 9QG. 10.30am—12.30pm.  All welcome!  Parking for 5000, so don’t worry!
Medway Institute of Christian Thinking
We have decided to begin writing the material for this Institute. The process is scheduled for one year, after which it will be submitted to an editorial board, with a view to publishing and opening in September 2018.
Available now!
The Director’s short biography “Faith in Action” is now  published, together with an audio version and CD.  It will be available on Just 76 pages, and intended to be used as an evangelistic tool, written on request especially for an overseas readership.  Please pray that it will reach all for whom it is destined. 

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There’s no distance in prayer.” Bob Gass, UCB, Word for Today

Day 1    Finance, accounts and administration: Gillian Marchand
Day 2    Patron: Dave Bilbrough, singer, songwriter
Day 3    All Inn-tercessors, sponsors and donors
Day 4    Voluntary Staff member: Evelyn Kusi; husband
             Emmanuel; sons Emmanuel, Michael and Captain
Day 5    Trustee: David Hadlum, Chatham Evangelical Church
Day 6    Inn CM: communications, publicity and social media
Day 7    Future: focus, identity, connections and relationships
Day 8    Virtual VOICE: weekly social media posts; members
Day 9    Biography: “Faith in Action”
Day 10  Portugese translation of biography: Marta Peixoto
Day 11  Further funding for growth, development and expansion
Day 12  Supporting church: Beulah Christian Fellowship, Gillingham
Day 13  Director: Peter Marchand: vision, finance, health; future
Day 14  Uganda Team Member: Richard Ogweng, evangelist 
Day 15  Uganda orphan: David (Nighty Opio)
Day 16  Duncan Cawte: social media for Inn CM and CTIM web
Day 17  Uganda partner: Milton Ogwal, VOM
Day 18  Ugandan students: Harriet Adao; Jimmy Obang
Day 19  Medway Institute of Christian Thinking: Adrian Tamblyn-Watts
Day 20  Uganda church network: Kole Leaders Fellowship; Ps Bonny
Day 21  Uganda church plant: Agwata Celebration Church
Day 22  India partner: Suresh Vemulapalli, India Village Ministries; Roja, Swithin and Sophie; Vijaya (mother)
Day 23  IVM church: Addepalli; Ps Nehemiah
Day 24  India Village Ministries: Children’s Home; widows, elderly; Sewing Training Centre
Day 25  Brazil partner: Roberto Araújo, Katy, Benjamin & Isaac
Day 26 CTIM: Member churches and organisations; Executive Committee; Chairman, Peter Marchand
Day 27  CTIM Ministers’ and Leaders’ Breakfasts and Prayer times; Medway Ministers’ Group: vision, purpose
Day 28  Future events: JustOne Medway Steering Group
Day 29  Ghana partner: Kojo Kyeremateng, Akua, Ama, Nana Yaa, Kwame
Day 30  Medway Council: Cllr Rupert Turpin, Cabinet Member
Day 31  Ministry to support: Luke Brendling Ministries



Food - at last
Jimmy Obang - Bible College student
Harriet Arao - student nurse
Priestfield Stadium

Relevant  Question

Is gay sex a sin?




Peter replies with relevant answer

Well, that got your attention!  Simple answer, “Yes.”  As is fornication, adultery, bestiality, and any form of sexual expression outside of God’s laws.  Which makes us all sinners—and in case you are thinking, Not me, surely?, yes, probably you too in your thought life, or if you are utterly pure in terms of your sexuality, then there will most certainly be another area where you have sinned, as God has made it perfectly clear that “all have sinned” (Romans 3.23).  But that is not really the point of this reply, as I know I am writing here for Bible-believing Christians. It is relatively easy in our context to pontificate with a bold, “Yes.”  But how many of us react the same in the workplace, or in a non-Christian setting?  The issue I am concerned with is the apparent impotence of the church in public to speak the truth clearly as we ought (Colossians 4.4).  We are increasingly finding ourselves in a similar situation to the early Christians.

They challenged the sexual, social and political views of the Roman Empire.  They didn’t kill their own unwanted children, or sleep with whoever they wanted, or engage in prostitution or any other form of sexual immorality.  They would not bow the knee to Caesar when asked to - only to Jesus.  And so they were slaughtered.  They could have said ‘We will do one thing in public and another in private.’  But they didn’t.  Today the tendency is to just go with the flow for the sake of peace.  But the ‘peace’ we have is to be bullied and pressurised, mocked, intimidated and marginalised in an ever paganised society which promotes tolerance of all—except Bible-believing Christians.  Jesus silenced the critics, clever and cunning as they were and as our media are today, and they reached the point of not even daring to ask him any more questions in their wicked endeavours to trick Him.  I long and pray for that wisdom and authority in His church today.











Peter Marchand


Duncan Cawte
David Hadlum
Edward Wright


Milton Ogwal, Uganda
Suresh Vemulapalli, India
Kojo Kyeramateng, Ghana
Roberto Araújo, Brazil



Reinhard Bonnke: Christ For All Nations

Dave Bilbrough: Songwriter/Worship Leader

Peter Brierley: Brierley Consultancy

Jean Darnall: Jean Darnall Ministries

Roger Forster: Ichthus Christian Fellowship



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