Sitting down for a moment to reflect on God

I just sat down for the first time since I woke this morning.  I felt like I was going in circles.  Acting a bit manic by flitting from one job to the next.  I got a bit of adrenaline rush and started finishing all the little jobs that needed to be done.  I was actually like a crazy woman doing more than one project at a time.  After hours of organising and making phone calls, I heard a nice, confident voice say, “1 Kings 19:12 … ‘after the fire came a gentle whisper’; you’re getting a bit crazy and out of breath, come sit with me for a while.”  So, I did.

I sat with him and reflected on who he is.  He is great, he is strong, he is forever, he is able, he is kind, he is my friend.  He is all powerful, he is enough, he is patient, he is big so much bigger than anything I face or feel may be my demise.  He is everything.

Sit with him for a while.

Best Wishes,
Dani Key

You should have taught us the things of God

Fifteen years ago when we moved to Scotland we encountered a community full of non- evangelised unreached youth. Contrastingly, as we got to know our community more we saw an older generation of ‘believers’ who were well dressed and generally legalistic.  This group locked the church door on a Sunday evening so the youth would not come in and disrupt service.  We had the privilege of giving our faith to these unwanted raggamuffins.  We saw many young people come to faith and often they would say: “my granny goes to church.”  However, their grannies never share their faith with them or their parents.  So we had two lost generations roaming around spiritually lost.

It never occurred to us that parent’s or grandparents wouldn’t share their faith with their own family.  How is it even possible?  Recently I found some statistics from YoutScape.

“Christian parents were only slightly keener than non-religious parents to pass on their beliefs (36% vs. 31%), unlike parents of other faiths (eg. Muslims of which 86% wanted to pass on their faith) Christian parents were worried about imposing their beliefs”

Neutral parenting results in us not loving our kids as God has asked us to.

“You should have taught us the things of God, and you did not; you should have restrained us from sin and corrected us, and you did not; you were the means of our original corruption and guiltiness, and yet you never showed any competent care that we might be delivered from it…woe unto us that we had such careless parents. ”     New England Puritan

New Music by Cornerstone

Hello Everyone,

I am so happy to announce the release of the new album “Sing to Him” by the Cornerstone music group Foundation.

Please feel free to enjoy the music straight from this website at the following link:

Foundation – Music Project

This has been a real labour of love. These songs have been written, performed and produced by Cornerstone members. We have been working on this project for well over two years. Praise God, it is finished at last!

Well done team!!!

Scott Key

Hello…is it us your looking for?

Hello, everyone we created a new blog site to stay better in touch with all of you.  We want to notify you of some contact changes for our support. First Go! Ministries has changed address and web site.  Here is the updated information.

Check or Money Order

Simply make your check or money order out to “GO! Ministries” and mail it to:
GO! Ministries
270 East Palais Road
Anaheim, CA 92805

Please do not write the name of any missionaries on the check. IRS regulations do not allow tax-deductable donations to be designated for a particular person. You may however write the account number associated with the missionary you would like to support in the memo area of the check.

The Key family account number is 1151

Ph (714) 563-9608

For our account information and online giving click the link below

Go Ministries