How to overcome in C19

I contacted my local MP for reassurance that hospitals had no agenda to discriminate against the over 60’s or physically or mentally disabled of any age if they needed be resuscitated. This was in response to a retired GP you tube blogger and writer trying to create hysteria with Agenda 21 and reducing the world population and dehumanisation by wearing face masks. I am an ex soldier who was left disabled in a crash in Dec 2000, where l sustained a traumatic brain injury, but by God’s grace do l write this now. I now know that there is more … Continue reading How to overcome in C19


We are living in such unprecedented times with distractions coming from all angles. The coronavirus has taken the world by surprise, with some reports blaming the Chinese eating bats bought from the market where the original mutations of the virus jumped from animal to human and now human to human. Hundreds of thousands of people die from the flu every year is a fact some people point out to quell anxiety about the coronavirus. Governments around the world are struggling to stop the spread of this pandemic. The Spanish flu from 1918 to 1919 and Black Death from 1347 to … Continue reading Plandemic

McDonald’s Surprise

On Saturday 29th September 2018 I ministered outside McDonald’s.  Today I did struggle to get WiFi and twice experienced an angry person kick over my speaker with my attached Gospel playing mobile.   However an hour into proceedings when my helpful Evangelist returned with her children, an angelic toddler of a girl approached me offering me her chips.  Moments later her friendly and attractive Brazilian mother joined us.  Praise the Lord!   I now had to focus!   I asked if I could join them in 10 mins for a coffee.  Within minutes I was at their table by the … Continue reading McDonald’s Surprise

MK Newspaper 2011

A man left partially paralyzed after a skiing accident is spreading a message of hope after he completed the London Marathon in 2011. When he was in the Army in 2000, Alexander Laing 36, was left paralysed down his left hand side after the accident, which left him with problems with his co-ordination, vision, speech and fatigue. Since joining Faith Dimensions in Wolverton, Milton Keynes, Alex from Bradville, became a born-again Christian and now says anything is possible after having set up his own gardening business and completing the marathon in April. He said I’m amazed I managed to complete … Continue reading MK Newspaper 2011


On the morning of Sunday 14th October 2018 I was prompted to read Matthew and I was dreading it. Forgive me Lord, but I mistook the genealogy of Jesus with the genealogy of the sons of Jacob in 1 Chronicles. 😅 Today I learned that it was Jacob’s son Judah, who was the bloodline of great men of faith like King David, Solomon and Jo seph the husband of Mary by whom Jesus was born. Judah was a worshiper and God has a special relationship with any worshipers, eg King Hezekiah, had a death sentence reversed by God Himself. All … Continue reading Purpose

Healing only came after obedience

In late April 2016, Pastor opened up a can of worms by sharing the last verse of the Old Testament in Malachi 4:6 “And he will turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, And the hearts of the children to their fathers, “Lest I come and strike the earth with curse”.   He gave us instructions on how to speak with our fathers, where I had to make contact with my dad and honour him and thank him for bringing me into the Earth.  My flesh was not happy one bit, especially when I called him sir for … Continue reading Healing only came after obedience


High intensity interval training.   I’m amazed at how you can spend considerably less time doing this type of exercise and still burn more calories than all the other.   Exercise is a must if I want to have a life of purpose.  I desire to be an excellent steward and resourceful in all my endeavours, so HIIT ticks all the boxes.  The more I alternate, the better.  The USP was burning calories afterwards whilst having a cup of tea.  Must be a Godsend!   For a while I had tried to get back into ketosis by consuming a keto … Continue reading HIIT

Climb with Alex

Ever since the first round of the para climbing series in Scotland in Sep 2018  I recognised how climbing is a distraction and more time consuming than other forms of exercise.  When doing HIIT I can be done in less than 10 mins from the comfort of my home.   I need to be more mindful of my time as I have a great calling on my life, which is to prepare the people of Milton Keynes especially for the second coming of Jesus Christ.  We are living in End Days and Jesus is coming back for His church.   … Continue reading Climb with Alex