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Author Archives: onesteplantern
Please help 3 Lantern songs be in for a chance to win a “Best worship song” competition with Crossing Songs. Please click on the 3 links below and “like” on the Crossing Songs webpage. You only have 24 hours! Please … Continue reading
Here’s a post I wrote recently for the Sophia Network. It’s about an inspiring woman I met whilst travelling in India last year with World Vision. Go to Sophia Network blog
A short reflection for Advent using the song “Magnificat” and recent footage filmed in Ethiopia with World Vision.
via christian.co.uk 2) One Step Lantern – We’ve spent much of 2012 scratching our heads trying to figure out how Birmingham’s Oli Nicholls managed to put out such a superb album without being snapped up by a major record label. … Continue reading
Review from Stuart Dearsley at Inspire magazine “One Step Lantern feature songs by Oli Nicholls, a UK worship leader from Birmingham. The choice of band name is inspired by Psalm 119:105 whilst the album name comes from the story of … Continue reading
It was a privilege and a pleasure to lead worship at the World Vision day of prayer . It was a day that focussed on God’s love, in particular this passage from 1 John. Those of you who’ve read previous … Continue reading
A bit of fun… So “5+2″ has been dispatched to a number of high-profile Christian folk, including some top-notch worship leaders. As yet most of them haven’t responded, or more importantly tweeted about how utterly excellent it is. This is … Continue reading
Reviewed by Tim Holden, Crossrhythms One Step Lantern is the recording persona of Birmingham’s Oli Nicholls. From the opening jangling guitars and distorted vocals of “Reigns Forever” this album has its heart well and truly on its independent sleeve. “Trust” … Continue reading
Premier Radio are going to play ”Good News“ tonight (Saturday 7th July) between 6pm and 7pm. It will be on the “Unsigned” show as Demo of the week. You can listen online, or via 1305 1332 1413 MW, Sky Digital 0123, Freeview 725 and … Continue reading
Just back from India, having been visiting some of World Vision’s projects over there. Projects that are helping the very poorest in society to break the cycle of poverty. It was great to witness such a gritty and true expression of worship, and … Continue reading