Todd Cancelled

Hi Guys

We’re very sorry to have to tell you that the Home Office has decided to listen to the out of context rantings of the Croydon MP and has refused Todd entry into the UK for his UK tour. 

We love Todd, and we honour him. And we totally disagree with what has happened. The decision is ridiculous, and based loosely on facts that are completely out of date and out of context. We feel awful for Todd.

But at this time, with a week to go before conference kick off, we have no choice but to cancel the Croydon Conference. We will arrange to refund everyone who has bought tickets.

We’re gutted!

But at the same time, we ponder… is it time? Is it time for the UK to raise up it’s own body of people on fire for Jesus, healing on the streets, imbued with power from on high?! Do we need someone from the US to come over to show us how it’s done? Or can we rise up in faith and do what Todd’s been doing?! Do even more than Todd’s been doing!?!

Jesus said that we would do more than Him. He healed and delivered and raised the dead and many, many other miracles.


Surely it is time that we lived up to that! It’s time for England to rise up as the Sons of God that Isaiah prophesied! 

Come on, people! In the wake of this sad news resulting in the Todd conference being canceled, let’s use this as a springboard to raise up ourselves and begin healing supernaturally all over the UK! It is time! Our time! Jesus’s time!

Be empowered. Be encouraged. Be delivered.

Glory Company

7 thoughts on “Todd Cancelled

  1. I am very sorry to hear that Tod will not be coming.
    I do sense that you are right regarding the time being right for us in UK for what God is about to do in and through us…… I believe it will be different from what has taken place in other countries. and those who run the race set before us will be home grown. I look forwards to another time of celebration and worship with your wonderful sound in the heavenlies………… lovehugs Kay

  2. would it be possible to move the venue and have a “ordinary ” meeting at the Salvation Army Hall in Horsham say on the 30th or is it to late for you to do tihis

  3. Yes, God can work mightily through British Christian leaders when we give them due honour. We tend to respect leaders from other nations more than from our own. There is a need for more respect among believers, for one another and our leaders, the cynical attitudes of the world often seem to infiltrate our churches.

  4. This wonderful nation has many good teachers, pastors, preachers who are anointed and experience supernatural healings in meetings. I always feel uncomfortable when we say raise up ‘another Benny, Tood, or anybosy. God has made us all unique, individuals and we dont need another copy of anyone – as soon as we start to compare people or exalt them then we are in danger of raising them up as idols or under rating Gods power and ability. Agree that we do need to recognise people in this country – but also that the same spirit is within each and every one of us. I pray that whatever takes place will be glorifying and honouring to God, not one of His servants.

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