Jon Cressey

Jon Cressey

Sweeter than honey

Isn’t it impressive how one sentence can change our perspective? “I the LORD search the heart and test the mind, to give every man according to his ways, according to the fruit of his deeds.” (Jeremiah 17:10) The feeling of >>

With signs following

Rather than a time of inconvenience, Covid has been conceivably a time of preparation for something remarkable that is about to happen. Could it be that in the future we will look back on this season and thank God for >>

Goodness and Mercy

I woke up thinking of Ps 23:6 “Surely goodness and mercy shall pursue me all the days of my life.” A few hours later a text arrived on my mobile phone; Psalm 23:6. Now it really captured my attention. It >>

Wrestling with God

Covid has impacted not just the church, but the entire world. In many ways it briefly put lifelong dreams, aspirations, ambitious goals and targets on hold, but then, inspired by faith, it caused many to and take a step back >>

Elijah’s Mantle

There has been much talk in recent years across the charismatic church, about allegedly receiving the “mantles” of those gone on before us. In context, much of this originates from the story of Elijah and Elisha. As far as the >>

I never knew you like this.

At some point, as you come to a profound, deep life-changing discovery of the holiness of God, you will inevitably experience an encounter with Him. That expression, ‘encounter’ is something of a blatant understatement. Take Jacob for example, who wrestled >>

Moving on!

The last 18 months, like for so many of you, have allowed me lots of time to think, reset, renew and reconsider almost everything! The constant in all of it has been God – I am thankful for His grace, >>