Our Upcoming January 2014 Newsletter


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January 2014 Newsletter

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Good evening,

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Firstly, preaching went very well on Sunday so a big thanks for the support, I’ll post a copy of the sermon later on this week for our visitors so I hope it will be a real word in season. 

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Tonight’s Article is just a heads up about our upcoming Newsletter, it should be sent out by the end of this month so again I hope you enjoy and a thanks again for the kind messages received from our last, an encouragement as always.  For those readers who might not have signed up and would like to, please click on the Constant Contact Logo at the top right hand side of the screen and input your email address and you’ll receive our short quarterly Newsletter with teachings, Website News and Family News.  God bless and thank you all very much again.

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Steven and Sharon

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About Pastor Steven

Steven Birnie is a former local Church Minister and the author of Christian publications which include non-fiction, fictional and teaching eBooks with audio sermons. From the north-east coast of Scotland, Pastor Steven is married to Sharon and together, they have two young children called Emily and David. After seven years of training, three years of overseeing youth and young adults and, three years of being the Assistant Pastor in his local Church, Pastor Steven moved on to focus on writing Christian Publications. In the future, he hopes to open a Christian Children’s Home in his home town and write The Tribulation Soldier, his newest Series of Fictional, Military EBooks on the End Times, the Rapture and the Tribulation Period, as a 2.5 Million Word Series. But despite continuing pastoral work and writing, Steven remains devoted to his children, enjoying his family life with caravan holidays in the Highlands, fishing, canoeing and his favourite pastime, riding his motorbike through the Scottish countryside.