Join Hamilton Welsh on UWS Radio from 8-10 for a Christmas special
Ayrshire Christian Radio Group had its last meeting tonight. We had a wonderful evening of fellowship, thanking God for the opportunities He has given us to serve Him over the airwaves for the last 14 years.
The website will shortly be withdrawn but a connected website run by Archie Deans is worth visiting www.Heisourpeace.co.uk
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Sunday Lunch radio programme tomorrow has interviews with best selling author John Blanchard. He speaks about his book ‘Does God believe in atheists?’ and tells us how ‘Ultimate Questions’ started publication so many years ago and has gone on to become a best seller.
Sunday Lunch radio programme tomorrow marks the third anniversary of the homecall of George Hamilton 1V. We shall hear some of his hymns and interviews and as well as speaking about his clear faith in Christ, he tells us how he came to have such an unusual name!
Sunday Lunch radio programme celebrates 10 years of broadcasting tomorrow. After numerous interviews with others, poacher turns gamekeeper as Howel Jones interviews me! I think I prefer my usual side of the microphone.
Sunday Lunch radio programme tomorrow will have 2 interviews with Douglas Young about the work of Open Air Mission. Very interesting to hear from one of the excellent team of OAM evangelists.
Plenty of good Christian music also to give encouragement to all listeners.
Sunday Lunch radio programme tomorrow has an interview with Tom Perchard. His family have farmed on Jersey for over 400 years and he is an active Christian on the island.
He tells us about the liberation of Jersey in May 1945 and speaks movingly about the spirit of reconciliation which now exists between the islanders and the German people.
A good illustration of Romans 5:10 ‘When we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by the death of His Son.’
Sunday Lunch radio programme tomorrow has good Christian music including Phatfish version of ‘There is a day’ featuring Lou Fellingham.
Other items of interest include the story of how Graham Kendrick came to write his hymn ‘For this I have Jesus’, and Archie Deans tells us more about the St Andrews outreach due in August.
Derek Stringer’s thought for the day is entitled ‘Don’t miss the point’ and, as usual, Derek makes his point well!
Just started on uwsradio.scot – with Billy Fulton.