Saturday Night Believer: Stories of Music Ministry from the Front Line

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John Hunt Publishing, 2010 - Religion - 143 pages
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When Scott Fellows became a Christian at the age of 28 he decided to use his musical skills for God's glory rather than his own. The result is this no holds barred account of 20 years of front line ministry in the tough pubs and clubs of northern England with a few churches thrown in as well. This personal memoirs of hundreds of gigs sometimes hilarious sometimes serious but always uplifting are described with a forthright honesty that gives the reader a real insight into what happens when people are confronted with the Gospel when they least expect it. It provides a powerful challenge to the idea that the story of Jesus has no relevance to the modern world.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
The Beginning
3
The Beginning Part Two
15
The Band in the China Shop
22
Strangeways
29
New Years Eve at the Alls Well
38
And Tonight Freedom will be Appearing With
46
Just a Song at Twilight
61
The Shopping Mall
98
George and the Dragon
110
The Community Festival
123
The Attraction of the Unexpected
132
How to use Subliminal message techniques to secure a gig
136
Ten survival tips for pub ministry
137
Ten things not to say during a pub gig on a Saturday night
139
Handy glossary of terms
140

The Hot Pot Supper
71
Crossfire
84
The Working Mens Club
91
Ten things not to say during a traditional service
143
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