A new chancellor with a track record of listening to experts and seeking advice…Can we hope for wisdom in managing our nation’s finances? I pray that this will be the case, whether it comes through Jeremy Hunt or, later, with a Labour government.
Author Archives: johnhearson
Neighbours from Hell?
Do you have neighbour problems? I’m struck by how many people do, and I know how unsettling it can be when you don’t feel at peace in your own home.
So, I chose this as the backdrop for a booklet that I’ve just had published. Meet Harry, who believes he has a neighbour from hell. He’s in for a surprise or two!
Who’d be a Grandpa? – A bit of chemistry
Grandchildren can be such fun! They may be tiring to entertain, but it’s so worthwhile. As you help them understand the world, they draw you into a different way of seeing it yourself. And oh! how you have to laugh at yourself!
A Letter to Her Majesty, September 2022
I don’t get overly emotional at hearing news items. But yesterday I burst into tears. Our beloved Queen has passed on. I wish she knew how much I appreciated her!
Surely you can’t be serious?
Some of the testimonies we heard at New Wine were so extraordinary, they’re too good not to share. Surely God doesn’t speak to people nowadays?? Or DOES he? And if so, what impact does it have on their lives?
Out of the Ditch
I’ve more to share from New Wine, but meanwhile I thought you might enjoy an old-fashioned John Hearson mishap-and-embarrassment story. I often look back affectionately to those cringe-worthy days when I was a 19-year-old student. God provided an army of very kind people to look after me!
How on earth did THAT happen?
I’m bursting to share about our remarkable 5 days at New Wine in Peterborough. You’ll be encouraged, awe-struck, intrigued, or perhaps infuriated! (which is fine with me but please let me know…)
I believe it’s part of God’s story, which is why I hope you’ll enjoy it.
Miracles in the Midst of War
Do you believe God works supernaturally today? Read this book! Not just because of the miracles, but for the heart-warming, courageous and compassionate story of a remarkable young woman.
A Spy Story
Do some human activities have to be hell on earth? This spy novel portrays a man-made hell-hole, with not one chink of light about it.
As I read it on holiday, the world of Slow Horses seemed light years away from that of Jesus. Then I took a closer look…
Blisters and Blessings
Blisters can ruin your walking holiday. Fortunately, on our adventure in France, we were marvellously supported by our fellow travellers (or pilgrims). The blessings we received, and hopefully gave, greatly enriched our holiday.