Stewart Green is the Director of Heal Your Land, a ministry awakening the Church, calling it back to Biblical principles, away from compromise and towards a focus on passionately seekin revival in the United Kingdom.
Stewart was born and brought up in a Christian family in Edmonton, North London. He attended a local Church of England primary school and gave his life to Jesus as a young child at his Church’s children’s summer camp.Whilst at secondary school, he was filled with the Holy Spirit. Stewart was involved with the setting up and leading of a Christian Union where many pupils came to faith in Jesus.
At Glasgow University, Stewart read history (in between regular debating events and political campaigning) and following graduation, he worked in politics. This included working for several Members of Parliament as well as being involved with and running election campaigns across the country. This exposed Stewart to the realities of how disconnected the church has become from much of society. It also showed him how corruption and selfishness has left politics often being a self serving place rather than a vehicle for change.
Stewart moved to the hospitality industry as an events manager in a central London hotel. It was during this time that he developed a greater sense of need to serve God and the nation more. He became convinced of the need to help make it better and get the Church back to changing the world rather than following it.
Stewart took his concerns about the direction of the church and nation to God asking to be used by God to bring about change and transformation in the nation. God imparted a new calling and vision to Stewart during the early part of 2015.
From that vision came “Heal Your Land” which Stewart founded in September 2015 as the vehicle to awakening the Church. Stewart continues to work in hospitality whilst running Heal Your Land. He is excited and optimistic about awakening the church and seeing revival transform the people and the nation.
“My vision is to see the church awakened and functioning fully in the supernatural as God intended. Believers standing firmly on biblical principles, rejecting compromise and passionately desiring revival for the United Kingdom. A Church that looks to God rather than the world for hope and salvation is a Church that will impact the world for God.”
We live in an age where there is cultural chaos and a church so often in compromise. With deception and corruption all around us (and much of it invisible to the untrained eye), Stewart's ministry as a watchman for the Church is becoming needed more everyday.
Whether its writing articles on current events and issues to speaking at events and meetings, Stewart is busy discerning the signs and seasons and calling the Church to be awakened to the age we live in. You can learn more about what Stewart does in the sections below.
If you have a question, or want to find out more about what Stewart does, then please contact Stewart and he'll be happy to help. You can read more about Stewart, his background and calling to ministry on the biography page.
The watchman is alert to signs of danger and sounds the alarm accordingly. Stewart provides spiritual insight and discernment on global news and events to help you make sense of a culture in chaos and a church so often in compromise so you can avoid the many deceptions that try to trip us up.
Every movement of God starts in the prayer room. Stewart is calling the Church to prayer believing that if we mobilise a movement of prayer, mountains will move, circumstances will change, the Church will be restored and the nation shall be saved.
The spiritual battle we are fighting is intensifying, yet much of the church is in slumber burying its head in the sand and compromising by looking to the world rather than God for answers. Stewart is calling the church to action by leading the way rather than following the world. The Church needs to wake up to the world's need for Jesus and start operating in the supernatural inspired by the Holy Spirit as we are called to.
Secular humanism has heralded social confusion and moral relativity. Stewart brings the clarity of God's Word to help make sense of cultural chaos and a church so often in compromise.
The Bible is our instruction manual yet so many have reduced the importance of it, reinterpreting it to fit in with 'modern' culture. We must expose the deceptive nature of departing from the moral absolutism God calls us to by promoting the infallibility of the Bible and the principles for life that it lays out.
The nation desperately needs moral and spiritual healing and this can only come through an outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Stewart is encouraging a personal revival in the church that sees believers truly transformed, set apart from the world & set on fire for Jesus. A call for revival is less likely to come from secular society and so the church must stand in the gap and intercede for the nation. Once we allow God to change us, we will passionately desire revival for the nation.