BBC Radio Wales 7 Feb 2021 ‘Celebration’ Programme Featuring Zac’s Place

On 7 Feb 2021, Zac’s Place minister Sean Stillman hosted BBC Radio Wales’ Celebration programme, which brings a regular act of Christian worship to listeners. In this edition Sean included news of Zac’s Place’s present activity, some encouraging stories set against a backdrop of tough days for us all. A lament from the weeping prophet Jeremiah read by Jayne Stillman and four music tracks that explore the blues of hard times and the good news of gospel threads help shape a half hour  journey that we hope will encourage you.

The programme is available on BBC Sounds for 30 days after broadcast and can be found here

The programme was recorded remotely at Zac’s Place and produced by Karen Walker. Tracks played are from Bryn Haworth, Sandra McCracken, A Ragamuffin Band and Ruby Turner with Jools Holland.

 

God’s Biker Book Tour

Thank you for the recent support and encouragement on the tour of dates following the release of God’s Biker. Here’s a few snapshots from along the way. It really was such an encouragement to connect and sometimes re-connect with so many people. I shall be making a return to Australia for a few dates there, after a long absence, and listen out for some features on UCB radio here in the UK and other features in the press regarding God’s Biker: Motorcycles & Misfits. Grateful to Wynne Evans at BBC Radio Wales for a recent interview who gave room for some stories from Zac’s Place. In all of this the ongoing efforts at Zac’s Place continue with a great team of volunteers and community connections./ Thanks for your ongoing interest and support.

Fully Loaded for the week on the road

Signing at the Reading event

Swansea at The Hyst

Back at the BBC

God’s Biker needed to go into it’s first reprint prior to release date due to the high numbers of pre-orders thank you! Zac’s Place will be benefitting from all of Sean’s royalties.

At Kennet Valley Free Church, Reading

Pleased to get their copies!

With Wynne Evans at BBC Radio Wales in Cardiff