Mpower News & Articles

Liam Husband considers how the two disciples walking back to Emmaus might understand how bewildering the past year has been.
Men often believe they have to have all the answers and look weak if they ask for help says Alex Morgan.
God removed our stabilisers, and without our ‘stuff’ we have learned to focus on Jesus in lockdown
When it comes to honouring God, we need to be more like Joseph, writes MPower Director Mark Lyndon-Jones
Elim’s MPower team got some extra tough training recently.
Liam Husband shares his thoughts after visiting Kenya with a group of Elim men.
At the start of a new decade you should adopt a determined and single-minded attitude, urges Mark-Lyndon Jones.
MPower’s Nick Whittome looks at what can happen when even the smallest seed is sown
God often uses moments in life to remind you that no matter how good you think you are, it’s not all about you, explains Carl Johnston
Signing up for a half-marathon helped Alex Morgan get in shape.
When answering argumentative people, always answer in the Spirit; never answer in the same tone and at the emotional level as they are speaking.
Mental health issues are all too frequent these days, says Carl Longman... speaking from personal experience
Paul tells Timothy he wants ‘men everywhere to lift up holy hands in prayer’. MPower responded to that call with a powerful prayer event in February, as Mark Lyndon-Jones reports
After attending MPOWER's annual men's gathering in Malvern, Michael Williams, took a fresh look at men's ministry.
At the core of the gospel story of God’s love and Jesus’ sacrifice is a tree, writes Gordon Allan
Is it your time to ‘have a go’, writes Nick Whittome.
Having an awareness of God’s presence will help even during the darkest periods of life, writes Gordon Allan.
Over the years, men's events have touched the lives of many, which is why Mark Lyndon-Jones took a team from MPower to the Baltics.
Darren Edwards, of Ignite Church, Lincoln, outlines some key elements.
You can't treat prayer like a fast food takeaway. The secret is in waiting, writes Gordon Allan.
MPower Director Mark Lyndon-Jones reports following an undercover mission with humanitarian organisation Open Doors.
Heroes of the faith are produced in troubled times, writes Carl Johnston.
Can men get passionate about prayer? Nick Whittome, associate pastor at Birmingham City Church certainly thinks so.
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Mark Lyndon-Jones explains why prayer is top of the agenda this year and how you can be part of it.
Men love a challenge and none greater the call to follow Christ, says Mark Lyndon-Jones.
Men need to track how prayer transforms their circumstances, and even more importantly how the act of praying transforms themselves.
Men love a challenge and none greater the call to follow Christ, says Mark Lyndon-Jones
A group of Elim men will be embarking on an extraordinary mission in May when they travel to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Prayer may not always be at the top of a man's to-do-list, but it isn't an optional extra, says Gordon Allan.