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About williamrporter

William is married with two children. He helps lead a house of prayer in the Midlands of the UK. William loves God and counts photography, music and walking as hobbies. Living life to the full amongst good friends and family are some of the precious gifts of his life.

Are we living close to Jesus’ return?

One of my objectives in writing this blog and publishing my book is to help people begin to realise what a unique generation we could be living in, none other than the years before the coming of Jesus in glory. … Continue reading

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Reactions as I talk about End Times

I have started sharing with people about my End Times book project in the last few months. With friends, Christian colleagues, various people I have met. Their reactions fascinate me. For some, the theme draws a blank; I might as … Continue reading

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A fresh rethink and a new book

A lot has changed for me in my reflections and writing recently. My last blogging post was at the end of 2017. In the last twelve months I have been silent on this site, for a reason. I have been … Continue reading

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Jerusalem the capital of Israel?

I haven’t addressed any contentious issues in my blog so far. That line is being crossed, I guessed, in what I write today. The remarks of President Trump this week, announcing American recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of the … Continue reading

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Desert Spirituality – help in moving through unfamiliar terrain

In my last blog, I mentioned some books and resources that I had found helpful writing on desert spirituality. I have been trying to find some wise authors who have been ministering to my itch to discover God as He … Continue reading

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Resources for desert prayer

Since I started to follow the Holy Spirit’s prompts to think about desert spirituality, I have been looking around for what others have written. It is an interesting search, in that spirituality from the desert is both an ancient stream … Continue reading

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Adjusting to a desert journey

I was wondering to myself, as I trimmed my beard earlier in the week, just how long a desert prayer journey might take. For those who read any recent blogs of mine, I have been following a spiritual nudge from … Continue reading

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