Quick Update & Thank You

In my last post I talked about the uncertainty surrounding my living situation and asked for your prayers in relation to a housing meeting I was having today.

The meeting went ahead this afternoon and by the grace of God it went really well. We covered a lot of ground in the meeting, but one of the main takeaways was that I was given an assurance I wouldn’t be forced out of my current accommodation, other than if I were to breach the tenancy agreement in some way.

This isn’t exactly closure, because they will still try to move me on in the coming months and years, but at least to a certain extent I feel ‘protected’. Another positive outcome is that the housing manager at Mind is going to look into the possibility of me getting an assured tenancy, which would mean I would have a contract that clearly states I can stay in my present accommodation indefinitely. This rarely happens, but if it does, it would be the best outcome.

I have no doubt that your prayers helped the meeting go so well, and I feel that despite the fact that there will still be an amount of uncertainty moving forward, today was a positive step in the right direction. Praise the Lord!

Thank you for your support, and I really appreciate the fact that so many of you are so supportive of me despite the fact that I openly question various aspects of Christian theology. I know it must frustrate you at times, and it’s tough for me too. But your friendship means so much to me, as do your prayers.

Peace be with you all and God bless.


  1. Yeyyy! Praise God! πŸ™‚ Resist him, firm in your faith, knowing that the same kinds of suffering are being experienced by your brotherhood throughout the world. – 1 Peter 5:9 . We are all in this together! πŸ˜€

    1. Haha yes Dave, I’m really pleased, and despite the fact there is still a fair amount of uncertainty, I’m praising God that it went so well today. Really grateful for you, bro, and for your prayers! Thanks again!

  2. That’s great news for you! πŸ’œ. Could I just say that I assume you read my blog b/c that’s how I found you. I mentioned that right now is an uncertain time for me, but the Lord upholds me regardless of outcomes. The other thing is that I believe in healing, which would mean you would not need the harmful medication anymore! 😊

    1. Hello! Many thanks for your comment. I believe in healing too, and have been fortunate enough to witness miraculous healing. I very much believe that if it’s the Lord’s will, He will heal me. However, I’m also mindful of the fact that I have so much to be thankful for, even while taking medication πŸ™‚

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