Britain Abroad

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Study Abroad.”

Today the post has asked us this question, “If you were asked to spend a year living in a different location, where would you choose and why?

I would like to spend a year travelling and studying in England, Wales and Scotland. I have been to both Ireland and the Netherlands. Great Britain stands deeply connected to both of those places.

I did spend a week preaching in the region around Liverpool in the ’90’s but I would like to go back and spend some time studying the Welsh revivals which in many ways gave rise to my own fellowship of Pentecostalism in America. I would like to visit the places where the Methodist and Presbyterian revivals had hold.

I’d love to spend some time at Oxford and return to the church in Liverpool where I preached before the turn of the Millenium. To have a whole year to study the faith of this ancient land would be really neat indeed!

2 thoughts on “Britain Abroad

  1. I studied the Welsh revivals at uni in the 1990s. The church was the hub of the community during the revivals and beyond. I remember when we did field trips to different villages – you could still feel the impact from the past in a way

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