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Senior Member, 50, from Telford,Shropshire,England
- Mikecpking was last seen:
- Jul 21, 2015
- Dec 3, 1964 (Age: 50)
- Home Page:
- Sales engineer
- Springfield Christian Fellowship
- Fav. Verse:
- John 1:1
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- Current Prayer Requests:
- Please pray for Telford, we have the 2nd lowest proportion of Christians for any town anywhere in the UK. There is a new missionary here looking to reach families in the 20 to 30s age bracket.
- Origin of the Life View:
- Theistic Evolution
- Date accepted Christ / Years as a Christian:
I am sales engineer selling sawing systems, deburring machines to the metal tube processing industry www.rsa.de and also have a part time business selling carnivorous plants www.carnivorousplants.uk.com
- Personal Testimony - How I became a Christian:
- I became a christian when I was 13 years old in a youth meeting at my local Baptist church. The gospel was presented to me and I knew it was the right path to take. I knew what I had commited myself into was the very start of something that was meant to be!
I am married, my wife and I go to a lively church www.scf.org.uk and have a small boy named John. We are active with alpha and making poverty history campaign. I am a great beliver in attacking social injustice in all its forms.
"Each of us, a cell of awareness, imperfect and incomplete. Genetic blends with uncertain ends on a fortune hunt thats far too fleet.." Neil Peart, Rush.