Alan Galpin – Thanksgiving Service 2018

During my most recent trip to Uganda, we have the privilege of attending and participating in a service of thanksgiving for the work my grandfather, Alan Galpin. Alan served in Uganda, with my grandmother Catherine, until his death in 1980. Toward the end of his tenure, he took over as principal of Bishop Tuckers Theological... Continue Reading →

How we defined Salvations and Responses

During our recent trip to Pakistan, we had many many people responding to God and committing their lives to Jesus. You can view the stats from our trip in 'Mission by Numbers: Pakistan' But it's important to differentiate between salvations and responses. You can have lots of people responding, without many salvations. If people don't... Continue Reading →

Mission numbers: Pakistan

First off, I know it's not all about the numbers. But I'll counter that it's just as bad not to record any numbers at all. We should have multiple ways of measuring impact, and one of them comes from numbers we can record. Hence, Mission numbers: Pakistan. During our recent trip to Pakistan, we (myself and Andy)... Continue Reading →

Welcome to Pakistan – Mission Trip – Part 1

“You're off on holiday? Finally!” A colleague said to me shortly before I left (apparently short breaks in the UK don’t count as holidays anymore). “Pakistan?! Why are you going there?” was a common response to my destination. I suppose it’s not too surprising, it’s not your usual holiday destination. Welcome to Pakistan. The fourth... Continue Reading →

Tying the Knot

A story wouldn't be complete without a happy ending. So it would be unfair for me not to complete the story that was one of my popular posts while in Uganda. In the city of Columbus, Ohio, I got to wear one of the most expensive suits I shall ever own rent (it was made... Continue Reading →

A Final Word… From the Bishop

I thought the Bishop should have the final word, and even though this post won't be relevant to everyone, and was sent with a my lovely GranGran in mind, those of you who knew my Grandfather might be interested. Bishop Elephaz wanted to send you a letter GranGran, but I wouldn't allow it! Enjoy!

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