Great news for those of you who are shopping in Glasgow City Centre, all of my books, Wee Boys from Glasgow Don't Cry, Who is McKenzie and McKenzie's Companion are on sale in the Argyle Street Branch of WH Smith.
If you do your shopping online all of my books are also available here: http://www.peterstanwaybooks.com/buy.html
the virgin shall become pregnant and give birth to a Son, and they shall call
His name Emmanuel—which, when translated, means, God with us. –Matthew 1:23
came into the world so we could be redeemed from our sins, know God, and
experience His very best in our lives. He wants to have close fellowship with
us and to be invited into everything about us. This is why one of the names of
God, Emmanuel, means, “God with us.” He wants to be with us, intimately
involved in our lives. He wants us to know His voice and follow Him.
will is that we hear clearly from Him. He does not want us living in confusion
and fear. We are to be decisive, secure, and free. He wants each of us to fulfill our destiny and to walk in the fullness of His plan for us.
can hear from God in a personal, intimate way. The depth of our personal
relationship with God is based on intimate communication with Him. He speaks to
us so that we are guided, refreshed, restored, and renewed regularly.
step toward hearing anyone, including God, is to listen. Turn your ear toward
Him and be still. He will speak to you to tell you He loves you. God wants to
meet your needs and do more than you could ever think or imagine (see Ephesians 3:20). He will never leave you nor forsake you (see Hebrews 13:5). Listen to Him and follow Him all the days of your
belong to God; you are one of His sheep, and the sheep know the Shepherd’s
voice—the voice of a stranger they will not follow (see John 10:4–5). You can hear from God; it is
part of your inheritance as a Christian. Don’t ever believe otherwise!
word for you today: God’s
gift to you is a new life filled with righteousness, peace, joy, and intimacy
Have a look inside 'Wee Boys from Glasgow Don't Cry' a great Christmas gift full of hope and encouragement: begin reading An autobiographical
story of personal transformation Wee Boys from Glasgow Don’t
a challenging real-life roller-coaster story of survival and victory. In the
twilight zone of drugs and alcohol, Peter spirals deeper into a desperate
lifestyle with no holds barred. On the run with another man’s wife, extreme
personal transformation is just about to hit him! Completely dysfunctional from
years of hedonism he is thrown a lifeline from where he last expected. With no
options left, Peter grabs the outstretched hand of Jesus. The power of God
knocks him to the floor. When he gets up he is totally changed. The real
adventure is about to begin ….. begin reading
Nancy and I were able to visit Israel, Stephanie and Malachi in their new home.
Israel starts his new Job as Youth Pastor at Cornerstone Church, Stourport-on-Severn.
Malachi last weighed-in at 11lbs 9ozs (4.99kgs)!
Nancy and I, along with almost 600 other people attended the 20th
Anniversary of The Scottish Liver Transplant Unit held at Murrayfield Stadium
in Edinburgh, Scotland. We met old friends and made new ones over a great meal.
My liver transplant was on April 7th 2000. Praise God....
Christopher Rosset, the son of André and brother of Cynthia had a terrible
accident on November 5th when he fell from the fifth floor balcony
of the school where he is the headmaster in Villefranche-sur-mer, Nice, France.
They are the family who have been in negotiation (for over a year) to buy Kilcreggan
House. At the end of November, André paid for Nancy and I to go over to pray
for Christopher and to
be a strength to the family. Please pray that
Christopher will make a speedy and total recovery from his accident.
While in Nice, André introduced us to an art collector whose wife had been the
muse for Andy Warhol (among others). He and André are interested in taking my
art exhibition to France after it closes in Spain.
Remember the Birkbeck family who organised the helicopter landing at Kilcreggan
House for David’s 70th birthday? Since then we have become good
friends and on Wednesday November 28th they invited Nancy and I to a
sumptuous meal at their company’s (GBA Haulage) Directors Box at Old Trafford.
What an amazing night we had – great food, brilliant company and terrific
On Thursday November 29th, Nancy and I took David and Gwen Birkbeck
to tour UCB Studios and to meet some of their directors. We all had an amazing
time enjoying the excellence that is UCB.
I missed the last Aglow Men’s Breakfast held at Rugby Park Kilmarnock,
Ayrshire. I won’t miss the next one at the same place on January 19th
as I’m the main speaker! Details to follow...
Support TheWayCM I am hearing people say, “Don’t
buy me a Christmas gift this year instead make a donation of what you would
spend to the charity of your choice.” I think that’s a great idea and in the
charity options should include TheWayCM.... Thank you.