We begin with another pick of Brian's Good News - this week from 23 January 2019.

A look at the current services offered by FareShare and CFine

From St John Ambulance - our First Aid advice covers Eye Injuries and Severe Bleeding and Shock.

In this edition,  we take a random pick from Brian's Good News Stories over the years and from 12 May 2017 which is an original recording.

We feature the great work undertaken by the Scottish Air Ambulance- a charity funded by the people for the people of Scotland. Click here to watch their video.

We also regularly now take advice from St John Ambulance.  Today,  It may be that you might be the first on the scene of a Road Traffic Accident and it is easy to seem overwhelmed.  St John Ambulance have advice on their site of what to do.

Listen in live from Friday 4 pm.  Listen again Saturday and Sunday 12 pm

In this edition,  we feature a random pick of Brian's Good News from 5 October 2018.

In the program,  Brian referred to the work of Social Bite.  What are they now doing during the Covid 19 restrictions.

Also,  How can you give effective First Aid safely during Covid and with heating probably on full blast in many homes and work places, how do you give effective First Aid in cases of carbon monoxide poisoning.  Advice is given by the St John Ambulance website.

 

Fergus Buchan covers one of the subjects close to his heart - Unity

The Program is introduced by Jessica Priest.

Kingdom Come returns early 2021 with a new series.  Please email any comments on the series to info@g4g.org.uk

 

We wish you all a Happy New Year

Fergus Buchan presents this Christmas edition of Kingdom Come. The program is introduced by Jessica Priest. 

Next week,  the theme is 'Unity'

This edition of Kingdom Come seeks to give Encouragement and hope in these difficult times.  Kingdom Come is presented by Fergus Buchan and is introduced by Jessica Priest.

Applying God's Word in prayer as found in the Bible, our theme is The Truth will set you free.  These words are found in John 8 verses 31-36.  These verses end with ' So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.'

The program includes 2 thoughts from Angus Buchan on two of life's choices and deception.  Donnie Stewart, a Minister from the Isle of Lewis shares a thought on being reconciled to God through a price already paid.  

Sandra Smith ends the podcast reading a collection of scriptures collated into The Father's Love Letter. 

 

Pastor Fergus Buchan came on live to talk more about how Messiah Ministries International London is impacting people today throughout the world.

During the program, he answered some listeners questions.

We'll aim to have more live broadcasts where people can pose questions and have live answers.  Keep tuned in.

If you would like to ask Pastor Fergus a question or for prayer for healing. for future programmes do send an email to info@g4g.org.uk

We'll pass on your question.

In Brian's Good News this week,

Adam, a 9 year old pupil who attends Skene Square School in Aberdeen has won a design competition set by First Bus whose head quarters is in Aberdeen. Adam's design which is a fitting tribute to NHS workers fighting the Covid 19 pandemic. Adam's design is now adorning 3 buses with 1 each in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Forth Valley area.  The Aberdeen bus serves the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

The NSPCC which campaigns to end child abuse in Scotland has been pleading for more volunteers to come forward to be Child line volunteers.  The appeal has been backed by Aberdeen Councillor Murray Rattray.

A North East pupil Rory Sorrie who produced a video highlighting 5 simple steps to protect the planet has not only seen the video go viral. Rory and his family  have been surprised after a letter highlighting his video to Sir David Attenburgh resulted in a signed photograph of the Naturalist being sent to him. 

A North East man was delighted after his theatre loving girlfriend accepted his proposal for marriage on the stage of His Majesty's Theatre.  

Community Elements seeks to highlight local good news stories in communities around North East Scotland and the great and invaluable work carried out by organisations such as Childline.

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