Preaching God's acceptable Words about His plan for Salvation from Scriptures


Word Ministries

(Power of God unleashed)

Welcome to Exploding Word Ministries


The name 'Exploding Word' is derived from the Greek word for power (Dunamis) in the new testament which is where we also get our English word dynamite from. Dynamite is so named because of its release of explosive power when ignited. We understand the explosive nature of God through the indwelling spirit of Jesus Christ and it is also highlighted within the written word of the scripture. Jesus turned the preaching of his day on its head through the power of the Holy Spirit and he was often criticised by the religious establishment who questioned his authority to challenge the status quo. Today that same power of the Holy Spirit is surging through the body of Jesus Christ (the Church) seeking to clarify and instruct the individual members of the body as to the desires and wishes of the head, who is Jesus Christ.

So what do we mean when we say that it is the same Jesus Christ who walked the land of Israel appropriately 2000 years ago who indwells the Church today and how can he be an active head to a body of believers who are so radically different and living over the entire earth.

To answer that question we need to know about Jesus and what he taught. It is accepted across Christianity that Jesus is sitting in Heaven beside his Father, (at his right hand) and that his Father is God. However we are told in Ephesians 2 that we are also sitting in heaven with the Father, no not after we are dead, but right now. That should raise the question, 'how' in our minds. How can the bible state that we who are alive on the earth today, be at the same time in heaven sitting beside the Father of all creation. It is the answer to that question which will also explain how Jesus can be in heaven and on the earth at the same time.

Initially it appears to be a tough question and if you had been in the crowds when Jesus spoke you would have heard him answer a large number of tough questions. So to answer this one we need to examine what Jesus taught about his relationship with us in the flesh. It may surprise you to know that Jesus referred to the people of his generation as being dead. Of course you may understand that he was referring to them being spiritually dead, that is, they were cut off from God the Father after the fall of mankind from grace in the Garden of Eden. However it is important to understand the events of the fall itself if we are to understand what the fall meant in reality.

To Jesus the 'fall' was the ending of the relationship between his Father and Adam and as a result mankind died instantly. The fact that Adam continued to live for another 930 years was irrelevant, mankind died instantly on eating the forbidden fruit. From Jesus' view, it was necessary for him to come to earth to be our resurrection and restore us to life, thus re-establishing our relationship with the Father.

As Jesus taught these things to his contemporaries there was a high level of unbelief and this is evidenced within the 4 New Testament gospels. At one point after Jesus explained that he was the true bread from Heaven a large crowd of his followers left, directly, because of that statement and the implications of what that would mean.

The most difficult thing for many new Christians to comprehend is that they are spiritually cut off from God the Father. They feel that if they live reasonably good lives that it should make a differences before God. It is hard for them to come to understand that all the good things we may do are as filthy rags before God and do not earn us any favours.

The only way to the Father is through Jesus Christ, but why?

William Andrews

William Andrews is a regular Christian preacher/speaker within churches across Northern Ireland. He lives in one of the very few dry villages in Ireland called Seskinore, has been married to Caroline for 42 blissful years and has two daughters Charlene (42) and Rachel (28). The year 2008 proved to be an exciting year for the family as Charlene got married to Dominic in September 08 and they had their first child Phoebe Rose on 30th November 2009. A second grandchild, Ruby Caroline was born on 23rd April 2013. In the middle of the Covid 19 pandemic Rachel got married to Joe on 13th December 2020 and on 18th July 2023 they had a daughter Lydia Niamh.

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Craigavon Church - Speakers

  • Billy Boyd
    Billy Boyd is a gifted teacher, and long-time student of scripture, along with his wife Margaret he attends Church in Craigavon, Northern Ireland were they play an active role in the local church.
  • William Huston
    William Huston, is an ordained preaching elder and lives with his wife Elsa in Co Antrim.
  • Morris McCabe
    Morris has been a Christian speaker for over 40 years within churches across the widest and breadth of Ireland North and South.

    As a gifted evangelist Morris teaches as inspired by the Holy Spirit and is uniquely able to ingratiate himself into any group setting, quickly finding opportunity to proclaiming the wonderful message of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
  • Gus Roycroft It is with great sadness and regret that we announce the death of Gus who had been the main minster to the Craigavon Church since it started in 1990.

    Gus had been gifted with a true pastors heart towards the church congregation and regularly engaged within the caring ministries of the church, such as visiting the sick and maintaining contact with many who have been imprisoned for Christ across the world. He will be greatly missed.
  • Contact Us?
    Exploding Word Ministry logoContact us by email at
    • Mobile Telephone - 074 3402 0657
    • write directly to:-

    • William Andrews
    • 17 Corkhill Road
    • Seskinore
    • Omagh Co Tyrone
    • BT78 2PW