helping to ignite your imagination, creativity and passion for following God…

About me…

Partakers exists to help the Church to communicate, innovate and disseminate resources for the purposes of Christian Discipleship in the 21st century. We would love to help you out in some way to actively participate in Digital Space using the internet and digital technology. If you would like our help, please use our contact page.

Mission Statement

With the help of the Holy Spirit, Partakers seeks to strengthen those who are weak in faith; to comfort the spiritually uncomfortable and to make uncomfortable the spiritually comfort.  This is done so that people would be partakers of righteousness, and that through their life of discipleship, Jesus would have total supremacy


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  1. Hi

    Was at Moorlands the other day, and the tutor told me about your blog!

    I was lecturing on web evangelism:
    – thought you might be interested to look at that.



  2. Have a nice day !

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  4. Hi I came here from Facebook Christian bloggers
    I hope you’ll pop by “Liturgy”
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