Ex-police officer tells his faith story in Norwich
Malcolm Reeve, a former Norfolk Police Officer whose life was ‘suddenly and radically transformed’ after his unexpected Christian conversion, was guest speaker at a dinner evening at the Best Western Brook Hotel, Bowthorpe, NR5 9JB on Friday, February 12.
Malcolm will shared some of his ‘adventures of faith’ since he retired after 30 years’ service with the Police.
He became a lay pastor in Reepham in 2007 and has also ministered overseas in India and Africa. Malcolm’s life and ministry has brought him in touch with many people who face ‘impossible’ situations – “but I’ve also seen life-changing miracles through the love of God – in my own life and the lives of others, some who had almost lost hope after years of struggle,” he says.
Born at Drayton Hall, near Norwich, Malcolm and his wife, Cecile, attend Today’s Lifestyle Church (TLC), the Elim fellowship also located at Drayton.
This dinner event is one of a series of monthly inspirational evenings arranged by the Norwich Chapter of the Full Gospel Businessmen, (FGB), part of a worldwide fellowship in more than 130 nations. FGB is endorsed by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, who says: “We need more men like them.”
Pictured here: Malcolm Reeve and the dinner venue at the Best Western Brook Hotel.