Peacemaker Challenge


Peacemaker Trust is a faith ministry. By the grace of God, we are entirely dependent on your prayers, advocacy and financial support.

We are thankful that 80% of our 2018 budget is already pledged or given.

We need to raise a further £10,000 to fulfil our goals for the year ahead.

Read the Peacemaker Challenge 2018

Please consider making a one-off gift or regular monthly donation.

If you wish to give regularly, you may download a standing order form and return to your bank.

You may also donate by making a cash or cheque deposit or transfer directly into our Peacemaker Trust Metro Bank account using our bank account number 19949718 and sort code 23-05-80.


Challenging Christian Zionism at ETCAsia


ETCAsia exists for one purpose: to prepare godly men and women for gospel ministry in Singapore, Southeast Asia and beyond. It is a non-denominational college and welcomes students from all denominations and together hopes to serve all churches in Singapore and Asia.

I delivered three presentations today based on my book, Zion’s Christian Soldiers: The Bible, Israel and the Church:

Seven Biblical Answers to Popular Zionist Assumptions

Israel and the Church: Who are God’s Chosen People?

The Promised Land: From the Nile to the Euphrates?






The official launch of the ETCAsia takes place on 10th March when Professor Don Carson will formally open the College.


For more information visit the ETCAsia website

Our Religious Freedom

Religious freedoms in the UK have taken centuries to build, but intolerance, complacency and uniformity are slowly eroding them away. It’s easy to sit back and ignore the damage because, like erosion, it’s not always immediately visible on the surface. But look a little closer and you can begin to see the cracks.

When nurses are being sacked for wearing crosses or praying, and students are being kicked off their course for their beliefs, you have to ask yourself how safe these freedoms are. At what point do you act? We are not looking for a quick fix. Erosion needs prevention and that prevention is a new law: a new law, once and for all, to safeguard, all aspects of freedom of religion or belief before we lose them, along with freedom of speech.

Read more about Our Religious Freedom

Peacemakers is pleased to endorse this initiaitive.

Christianity Explored Launch in Tanzania

IMG_0586For two weeks in January 2018, Jim McAnlis, Sam Oyirwoth and Stephen were invited by Bishop Darlington Bendankeha of Kagera Diocese in Tanzania, to train 150 of his clergy to use the Christianity Explored course. They also returned to the Anglican Peace Centre in Cyangugu on the Rwandan border with the DRC, to equip a further 50 clergy from Rwanda, Burundi and the Congo.

IMG_0439The week-long CE training programme includes an overview of Mark’s Gospel showing the identity, mission and call of Jesus, the biblical basis for evangelism, discipleship and spiritual multiplication, instruction on how to lead Bible study small groups, how to deliver each of the ten CE expositions of Mark’s Gospel, and how to disciple and train new leaders.

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Our Charity Name


We have changed the name of our charity. We will continue to use ‘Peacemaker Mediators’ as a working name but the charity is now legally called ‘Peacemaker Trust’.

The name is shorter and easier to remember. It is actually the name we originally wanted but we received poor legal advice when setting up the charity. It has taken more than a year but we think it is worth it.

Download the Peacemaker Challenge 2018 and join the team!

Rostrevor Declaration

Rostrevor Declaration: A meeting of significant members drawn from different churches and faiths on “Higher quality of disagreement”.

The pursuit of peace knows no barriers, no borders, no exclusions, no exceptions. Therefore, one of Peacemaker’s mission priorities is mediation. The Good Friday Agreement brought an end to the decades of violence and bloodshed in Northern Ireland. However, Brexit and the British withdrawal from European Human Rights legislation threatens the peace agreement. There are real fears of a return to violence and extremism. The influx of refugees and asylum seekers has further tested the harmony and coexistence in the community.

Stephen has helped facilitate a series of meetings at An Cuan, the YWAM Centre in Rostrevor, bringing together Republicans and Unionists, Roman Catholics and Protestants as well as representatives of other faith minorities, to address their seemingly irreconcilable hopes and expectations constructively. The outcome was the publication of the Rostrevor Declaration last month, which Stephen helped to draft, which it is hoped will strengthen the Good Friday Agreement and maintain peace in Ireland.

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