This is an adapted excerpt from Mez McConnell's new book The Creaking on the Stairs: Finding Faith in God Through Childhood Abuse. Please pre-order the book through 10ofthose. Every purchase made through 10ofthose helps to support to work of 20schemes. I remember walking home from school with the
Our first 20schemes music album is finished! ‘Songs from the Schemes’ is a collection of testimonies written by believers living in the schemes of Scotland. Set to release on 1st June 2019, the album is now available for pre-order and will be released on the 1st June. All purchases go toward
20schemes is partnering with the Free Church of Scotland to bring the light of the gospel to Scotland’s poorest communities. Meet Andy Robertson, a 20schemes presbyterian church planter who is in the early stages of planting a church in Charleston, a scheme in Dundee. My name is Andy
20schemes is partnering with the Free Church of Scotland to bring the light of the gospel to Scotland's poorest communities. Meet Chris Davidson, a 20schemes presbyterian church planter who is in the early stages of planting Merkinch Free Church. Chris & Katherine Davidson My name is
A Letter from the Music Coordinator In the run-up to Christmas, 20schemes music put on a mini-tour of the U.K. visiting some of the 20schemes church plants providing them with a rehearsed group of musicians for the purpose of putting on a carol service. The aim of the tour was to encourage each
This post was written by Paul McLoughlan, 20schemes church planter in Bingham, Edinburgh God spoke through the prophet Isaiah and said this: ‘Remember not the former things, nor consider the things of old. Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it (Is.
[bctt tweet="Info about @20schemes #Weekender here! 16-18 February 2018 @NiddrieChurch. Places limited. #20we18"]We’re excited to announce that 20schemes will be running another Weekender mini-conference in February 2018 at Niddrie Community Church. The theme for this weekend is Family Issues in
It’s hard to believe it is January again. January has always been a time of reflection for us in Barlanark, a time of looking back to evaluate and of looking forward to plan (whilst promising ourselves that this will be the year the diet will make it past the first two weeks!). There have been a