William Andrews is a regular Christian preacher/speaker within churches across Northern Ireland. He lives in one of the very few dry villages in Ireland called Seskinore, has been married to Caroline for 33 blissful years and has two daughters Charlene (33) and Rachel (19). The year 2008 proved to be an exciting year for the family as Charlene got married to Dominic in September 08 and they had their first child Phoebe Rose on 30th November 2009. A second grandchild, Ruby Caroline was born on 23rd April 2013.
William Andrews addressing the WCG NI in Lurgan, highlights the importance of the role of the Holy Spirit to the Christian Church both in the first century and in our modern 21st Century world.
William provides an updated about the recent Omagh Outreach and includes a message about how we should love our brothers and sister in Christ, by following the example already given to us by our Father in Heaven.
Check out this short animation created by Revelation TV showing the inside of Noah's Ark, it's height, it's depth and it's width..
Hopefully with this video you will to have a visual image of what they Ark would have look like, according to the instructions given in the bible.
We would like introduce a new preaching outreach with a series call 'Let's Talk'.
William Andrews, Exploding Word Ministries looks at the way we worship God and examines world trends to determine that we are at the close of the age. Time is short and we as the Bride of Christ need to be prepared for the coming trouble which is to fall on this world just prior to the return of our God and King Jesus Christ.
Exploding Word Ministries are pleased to be able to offer the services of the identified speaker to address small bible groups, church services, home meeting or in a small group setting etc. The service is free. This is God's work therefore it becomes His responsibility to fund it as He sees fit. Matthew 10: 8 Freely you received, freely give.
The selection of sermons accessible from this site are taken from scheduled speaking engagements throughout N. Ireland. As some users will be accessing the site using MS Explorer it is therefore important to highlight that the main menu will ask the user to download the mp3 file prior to listening. To overcome this we have included a flash player on the bottom right column which works in all tested browses and will allow streaming of the sermons without delay.