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Subject: "The Songbook of the Millenium (Isaiah 24-27)."
Dr David Moore
Saturday, 12th June 2021 at 7.30pm
David is Pastor of Milton Baptist Church, Stoke-on-Trent. He has previously ministered at Lifegate Bible Baptist Church, Dublin (1985-1992) and Braehill Baptist Church, Belfast (1992-2004). David is married to Hazel, and they have four grown up children and four grandchildren. He is the Principle of the Theological College of North Staffordshire, which focuses upon the education and training pastors. David also is a guest lecturer at North Cotes College in Lincolnshire, and represents the Prophetic Witness Movement International in Prophetic Teaching Conferences. He has been used of the Lord throughout his ministry, both at home and abroad, and is a strong proponent of expository preaching and teaching.
Keith Malcomson (Meeting on ZOOM? TBA)
Keith Malcomson is from Northern Ireland. After five years of service in the British Army, he left and entered full time ministry at the age of 21, first as a street preacher, then as a travelling evangelist as well as in overseeing a local church in Scotland for several years. After this in 2001 he stepped out in a teaching ministry travelling to different countries and in running an annual Summer Bible School for international students in Ireland, which he still does. He has authored several books including Sober Saints (Should Christians Drink Alcohol), and The Scarlet Woman (on Bible prophecy specifically Revelation 17). One of his great loves is Church History as well as World History. He is presently pastoring the Limerick City Church in Ireland which he pioneered with his wife Candace in 2013. This church has been built mostly out of new converts who are almost all first-generation Christians within their families. His great burden and passion are for a genuine biblical revival in the Body of Christ and a restoration of biblical truth and order.