Archive | March 2017

November 6th, 2000 – three Christians face certain death – but God….

“Dear God! We are trapped!”

“Gene are you ready to die?”  Yes he replies, quietly but with assurance.

“Joshua are you ready?”  “Yes, Pastor Ken,” came the fearful reply.” (end of quote)

Heaven looked on as three frightened men huddled together on the ground and committed themselves to the mercy of God as they stared death in the face at the hands of a frenzied machete-wielding mob in Kenya on 6th November, 2000.

Their remarkable story of Divine deliverance from certain death can be read in its entirety at link below.

The Pastor in the article is Mennonite Pastor Kenneth Miller and he is still suffering for his faith today because he is currently unjustly in prison in the USA serving a 27 month sentence for helping a mother and daughter to flee the USA to save the young daughter from the clutches of a lesbian. (see our previous posts about the Lisa and Isabella Miller case)

Pastor Miller is a man who knows the cost of total commitment to Christ and His word.

We hope that we will demonstrate the same courage when we are called upon to obey God rather than men, and that day is fast approaching!

….but the name of the wicked shall rot

Thus we read in the book of Proverbs chapter 10 verse 6. The entire verse reads as follows,

“The memory of the just is blessed: but the name of the wicked shall rot.”

Martin McGuinness, the “former” IRA commander died this week and was buried yesterday.

It appears that he never repented of his evil and wicked deeds.

The IRA were/are a bloodthirsty murderous organisation and Martin McGuinness was one of its commanders, and one shudders when one remembers the many victims of these terrorists.

Martin McGuinness became the Deputy First Minister of the Northern Ireland Assembly in 2007, because, and only because, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) headed by the late Ian Paisley were power-hungry, which led to them abandoning their previously held convictions about never sharing power with terrorists.

Their shocking compromise led to the unholy alliance between Ian Paisley who became First Minister and Martin McGuinness who became Deputy First Minister.

The DUP (and the Paisley family) never pulled back from the brink but instead have continued on the downward spiral with one compromise after another.

Martin McGuinness has left a legacy of tears, broken hearts, empty chairs and fatherless and motherless children.

Let the foolish and the deluded praise him. The Bible says the name of the wicked shall rot.







This entry was posted on March 24, 2017. 8 Comments

Charlie was the TUV’s “darling”

Three days before nominations closed for the recent Assembly election held in Northern Ireland, a most unusual and unpredictable set of circumstances were unfolding.

The day was Saturday 4th February, and a short while before the clock struck midnight, a member of the Democratic Unionist Party(DUP) Charlie Chittick had decided to resign from that Party and he informed them accordingly (by e-mail as far as we know.)

Good for him, but what took him so long to leave that appalling and deeply compromised Party?

Ah but then the story took a surprising turn, because, within a matter of minutes, the now ex-DUP man contacted the TUV (Traditional Unionist Voice) the Party led by Jim Allister and with incredible haste, joined it.

All this took place late on that Saturday night.

We cannot ascertain the sequence of events that transpired after Mr. Chittick joined the TUV but by the following Monday morning, he was a paid-up member of the TUV and nomination signatures were being sought for the ex-DUP now TUV man so he could stand as their first ever candidate in West Tyrone.

He attended the Electoral office on 7th February and was duly nominated. We don’t know if the media knew about the TUV’s plans, but if they did, they kept the information to themselves until they released it the following day.

His candidature was announced on the twitter page of local paper the Ulster Herald on Wednesday morning, 8th February.

I was an Independent candidate in the election and neither I nor my election agent (my husband) knew anything of the hasty decision by the TUV to stand for election in West Tyrone. We were un-pleasantly surprised because we knew they would hurt our campaign.

The media have shown little or no interest in the speed with which Mr.Chittick left one Party and joined another, nor his speedy exaltation to TUV candidate. We find their lack of interest and curiosity in this matter disturbing.

The TUV were wrong to enter the race in West Tyrone because the electorate had me to vote for and I am far stronger and hardline on many issues than the TUV.

They are not calling for the return of capital punishment – I am

They are not calling for the recriminalisation of homosexuality – I am

They are not calling for the abolition of human abortion – I am

They advocated voting for other Unionist Parties after giving the TUV first preference and this means that they were happy for the cowardly and secular DUP and the liberal UUP to benefit from TUV transfer votes.

I would never advocate that voters should give any preference to the DUP or UUP, not 2nd and not even 15th (there were 15 candidates on the ballot paper in West Tyrone.)

I could mention many more policy issues that I support, such as the Union with the UK and Brexit. I am pro-Union and pro-Brexit.

What more could Evangelical Christians want in a candidate?

Yet Mr. Chttick says that some people in West Tyrone told him that they had no-one to vote for unless he stood.

That is an insult to me. I have been a candidate in four elections now, three before the TUV were on the ballot paper in West Tyrone. I have been the strongest Evangelical Christian candidate West Tyrone has ever had, and Evangelical Christians should have voted for me in their hundreds.

As it turned out, Mr. Chittick got over 800 first preference votes which increased to over 1,000 after transfers.

I on the other hand got 41 first preference votes which increased to 45 after transfers.

It is all so sad, so very sad.

In 2014 when I stood for the Council (my first ever election) a TUV man was told by someone in his Party not to help us!

Yet we have helped the TUV in times past. We arranged a meeting in Omagh for the Voice for Democracy (a forerunner for the TUV) in 2007.

We attended meetings addressed by Mr Jim Allister, and when he stood as a candidate in the European election in 2009, I assisted the TUV at a polling station in Omagh.

We never joined the TUV although we agreed with them on a number of issues, in particular their opposition to terrorists in Government. However we felt that they were not strong enough on moral issues. Strong, but not strong enough!

However, despite their shortcomings, the TUV are vastly preferable to the wretched, cowardly DUP and the PC and liberal Ulster Unionist Party.




This entry was posted on March 16, 2017. 2 Comments

Poster girl for today’s rebellious “Christian” woman

Green Pastures is a trendy outfit in Northern Ireland that describes itself as a “church.”

It is dominated by feminists and weak men.

There are five women described as “Pastors” on their leadership list.

To such usurpers we say, “Dream on, you are not (and never will be) Pastors.”

Recently Green Pastures had their annual conference for women which is entitled “Passion.”

One only has to view photos of said conference on Green Pasture’s Facebook to see that it is a feminist, chaotic, raucous occasion punctuated with rock music.

“Christian” rock of course!!

The main speaker at this “Femfest” was someone hitherto unknown to us by the name of Andi Andrew.

She is obviously fond of wearing torn jeans (see link below.)

She is typical of today’s trendy “Evangelicals” and could be the poster girl for same.

Rebellion and decadence characterise the feminist movement AND Green Pastures “church.”

Green Pastures is a gathering of religious worldlings and nothing more.

Click on link below to see the rebellious usurper ,”Pastor” Andi Andrew, then click on “About,” then click on “Meet Andi.”

This entry was posted on March 12, 2017. 2 Comments

Evildoers and compromisers triumph in NI election

The results in last Thursday’s Assembly election in Northern Ireland were predictable, but no less depressing and disturbing for that.

Sinn Fein, a left-wing Irish Republican Party and a “front” for the murderous IRA got 224,245 votes. Sinn Fein’s goal is a united Ireland.

The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) got 225,413 votes. The DUP are a pro-union Party i.e they wish to remain a part of the United Kingdom(UK.)

However, since 2007, the DUP has shared power with Sinn Fein in a mandatory coalition in the NI Assembly. In agreeing to be a part of the power-sharing executive, the DUP abandoned their previously held convictions i.e that they would never share power with unrepentant terrorists and their apologists.

Since abandoning principle to gain political power, the DUP have continued on the downward spiral and have abandoned more of their core principles such as their stand against homosexuality. Recently the DUP went along with the pardoning of homosexuals who were accused of gross indecency when homosexuality was still a criminal offence.

Following last Thursday’s election, other smaller Parties e.g Nationalist, Greens, Unionists, liberals and socialists, gained seats or lost seats or retained seats.

Which brings me to my election result, which was 41 votes, which increased to the marvellous total of 45 thanks to vote transfers from goodness knows who. This was my lowest ever vote, and this abysmal result was partly due to lack of support from Bible believers and partly due to sleight of hand on the part of one Party in particular (more on this in a subsequent post.)

Now, to give my enemies even more of a laugh, I’ll refresh the collective memory of NI (West Tyrone in particular)about my performance as a candidate in the four elections in which I was a candidate.

2014 Council election – my vote was 67 and I came LAST.
2015 Westminster election – my vote was 166 and I came LAST
2016 NI Assembly election – my vote was 85 and I came SECOND LAST
2017 NI Assembly election – my vote was 45 and I came SECOND LAST

Now, have you stopped laughing yet? Try to compose yourself and ponder this,

The Bible says that one day the last shall be first and the first shall be last, and, in the book of Job in the Old Testament we read that “….the just upright man (or woman) is laughed to scorn.”

I would rather lose every election, and keep my principles, than win because I abandoned them.