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Witnessing Tip of the Day January 3

January 3 –– Mormons help to fulfill God’s prophecies. Psalm 2:1 “WHY do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing?”

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Witnessing Tip Of The Day

Brassed Off ~ Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

Brassed Off runs at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre until Saturday 2 September 2017 – book tickets here: Brassed Off Tickets

Star rating: *****

Brassed Off marched into the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre this week and it’s setting the stage alight with uplifting live music City Of Wolverhampton Brass Band and stellar performances from a tight knit cast. 410 more words


Waiting For God

The new stage adaptation of the BAFTA nominated 1990’s BBC series is a slick, and frequently hilarious production that looks at growing old disgracefully in Bay View Retirement Village. 247 more words

It's Hello From Me!

It’s a rarity indeed when I take to my own blog to speak of all things Break A Leg but I felt that after four years of nurturing my labour of love and the new step that I’ve taken – it was time to say a big HELLO to all of my lovely supporters and followers. 1,565 more words

Break A Leg

Waiting For God ~ Malvern Theatres

Waiting For God is on UK tour, you can find the tour dates and venues here: Waiting For God

Star rating: *****

Waiting For God was a television comedy series that I thoroughly enjoyed watching when it was on our screens, Stephanie Cole and Graham Crowden were a dream team in my humble opinion. 465 more words


Mormons Told to Seek Help From Angels

John 21:25; “And there are also many other things which Jesus did, the which, if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written. 308 more words

False Prophecies Of The Mormon Church

Jeffrey Holland to star as Tom Ballard in Waiting for God by Michael Aitkens.

A new comedy based on the hit BBC TV series ‘Waiting for God’ starring Jeffrey Holland, Nichola Mcauliffe ends its UK tour at The Lowry Mon 3 – Sat 8 July.   670 more words