New podcast features Ian's reflections on faith
Norfolk Christian broadcaster Catherine Ayre has set up a podcast where she interviews people on matters of faith. In her first podcast pastor Ian Masson talks about getting through challenging times and his love of music.
Ian Masson splits his time between Saxlingham Nethergate Chapel and Christian care home Eckling Grange. In this interview with Catherine Ayre, he talks about how he first became a Believer aged 16 when he watched a film 'To Russia with Love' about Brother Andrew smuggling Bibles to Christians.
Ian talks about his time as a police officer, and the extraordinary honour of driving Billy Graham around for a week during his crusade to Norfolk in the 1980s. By 1984 Ian was a businessman and, with God's help, weathered the storm of losing everything in the financial crash of 2007 and entered into Christian ministry.
A talented pianist, and married to a professional musician, music and song is a big part of Ian's life and ministry at Eckling Grange and beyond.
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