Nothing Is Impossible Ministries in Scotland UK, Launches New Christian Website Resource, Featuring a Radio Program and Online Sermons

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Based in Scotland , Nothing Is Impossible Ministries is an international ministry dedicated to the preaching and the living out of the good news of Jesus Christ. Nothing Is Impossible ministries has launched a new Christian website resource featuring a radio program and audio/video sermons from Pastor Chris Lewis.

Nothing Is Impossible Ministries, based in Scotland (UK), has launched a new Christian website resource, featuring online sermons & videos from from Pastor Chris Lewis.

Nothing Is Impossible Ministries is an international ministry dedicated to the preaching and the living out of the good news of Jesus Christ. Founded under the ministry of Rev. Christopher Lewis, NII is involved in the planting of churches and the training of church planters in Africa, India, North and South America and the United Kingdom. In cooperation with Seed International in Montana and On Eagles Wings in Scotland, NII is also involved in compassionate ministries to the poor and hurting and seeks to help churches in developing countries to harness their resources for the purpose of making a meaningful impact upon their communities.

Pastor Chris Lewis and Graeme Adams are also hosting a new radio program called Nothing Is Impossible, on Scotland's first full-time Christian radio station, Revival FM, every Wednesday @ 9:30pm-11:30pm on 100.8 FM. For those who are outside the local listening area, Revival FM can also be heard online. The starting time, 9:30pm GMT, is 1:30pm Pacific time in the USA.

In May last year a new church called "New Beginnings" was planted in Moodiesburn Scotland. Led by Pastor Chris lewis and supported by Nothing Is Impossible ministries we would be glad to see you at any of our services as detailed below:

Prayer Meeting: Wednesday 7pm-9pm
Sunday Service: 12pm-1pm. Tea/Coffee from 11.30am.

All services held at the Pivot Community Centre, Moodiesburn.

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