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What others say

We are very fortunate to have the support of MaD Ministries at Lorne Street Primary. The children enjoy their fun and interactive whole school assemblies. Brian and Jenny are always able to successfully share messages from the Bible as well as fully engaging the children. As a result of this, children are able to reflect on the messages taught and apply them in their daily lives.

Mr Alex Nicholson, Head Teacher - Lorne Street Primary School, Glasgow

MaD Ministries are regular and very popular visitors in Dalserf Primary. Brian brings the Bible alive, linking key messages to the children's own experiences. The music, stories and activities contained in each lesson have the children captivated and engaged, impacting on decisions that they make in their everyday lives.

Mrs Dawn Laing, Head Teacher - Dalserf Primary School, South Lanarkshire

Mad Ministries have worked in partnership with Victoria Primary since 2003. Brian, Jenny and team are committed to the pastoral care of both staff and pupils. They conduct our monthly RO assemblies, run our Kids Alive afterschool club each week and prepare our children for the inter-schools bible quiz each year. We are both honoured and privileged to work in partnership with such a dedicated team.

Mrs Audrey Houston, Head Teacher - Victoria Primary, Airdrie, North Lanarkshire

We at Carnbroe Primary school are privileged to have Brian and his assistants (MaD Ministries) work in our school, the children, parents and staff love his delivery of religious observance and the clear moral messages that he relates to their lives. His enthusiasm and commitment are obvious for all to see and this rubs off on the learning of our children.

Mrs Janice Shevill, Head Teacher - Carnbroe Primary School, Airdrie, North Lanarkshire

MaD ministries have been outstanding in presenting wonderfully challenging and vivid explanations of theology to our pupils. Their exuberance and passion means the pupils find their presentations meaningful and the message that they are trying to get across really connects with the young people.

Mrs Orla Payne - RME teacher, Cathkin High School, Glasgow

Brian and his team engage pupils in their lively lunchtime club provoking thoughtful and meaningful discussions on current moral topics. The team contribute to school life with their assemblies and the annual S1, S2 Mastermind quiz. Brian's unique style motivates and encourages young people at Coatbridge High School.

Rebecca Mills, Principal Teacher Humanities Faculty, Coatbridge High

Brian's involvement in Cathkin High School's Chaplaincy Team has been invaluable. He is able to communicate God's word with the young people in a relevant and challenging way.

Dorothy Gebbie, Depute Head Teacher, Cathkin High School

Thank you for leading our Easter assembly. It was great to see our young people aged three to eighteen all captivated by what was said and done. The range of approaches to covering the Easter message was impressive. I am grateful to you and your team for the planning and preparation that ensured that all went well.

Principal, Hamilton College, South Lanarkshire

"...and on some have compassion, making a difference..."

Jude 22, NKJV

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