Saturday Night Believer
tells what happens when an evangelical Christian band sings Gospel in the pubs and clubs of Northern England.
When Scott Fellows became a Christian at the age of 28 he decided to use his musical skills for Gods glory rather than his own. The result is this no holds barred account of 20 years of front line ministry in the tough pubs and clubs of northern England with a few churches thrown in as well. This personal memoirs of hundreds of gigs sometimes hilarious sometimes serious but always uplifting are described with a forthright honesty that gives the reader a real insight into what happens when people are confronted with the Gospel when they least expect it. It provides a powerful challenge to the idea that the story of Jesus has no relevance to the modern world.
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We need more books like this one - books that graphically portray the gruelling sacrifice behind most forms of Christian ministry in the UK. Even if you've never heard of Freedom, I recommend Saturday Night Believer as a thought-provoking, hilarious and occasionally faith-inspiring book. ~ Tony Cummings, Music Editor, Cross Rhythms
Somehow, when you put your life in God's hands, however imperfectly, He uses you. Scott Fellows never made the big time, and by his own humble admission has stumbled along a bit! This book will touch you with an honesty and a reality that I believe God loves. Here are ordinary people, in situations both funny, sad, and for travelling musicians like myself, wonderfully familiar, coming to know the mercy of God. Ian White ~ Ian White, Christian Musician