About PWMI

About PWMI

100 years
Prophetic Witness Movement International
is a non-denominational movement
proclaiming Christ's return.


World events are moving rapidly. Every day brings changes and new challenges. The need to know Bible prophecy is greater than ever.

The Lord Jesus Christ spoke of the prophecies of Daniel and said, "let the reader understand." (Matt. 24:15). Similarly, Peter said that we would do well to heed Bible prophecy (2 Peter 1:19).

Prophetic Witness Movement International (PWMI) exists to promote the Lord's return as a motivation to holiness of life, prayer and evangelism.

What We Believe


We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, that it is inerrant and infallible, the supreme and ultimate authority in all matters of faith and conduct, understood only through the illumination and teaching of the Holy Spirit.


We believe that the Godhead exists co-equally in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and that these three are one God, sovereign in creation, providence and redemption.

Ministry Team

In recent years the Movement has moved away from the single leader concept in favour of a ministry team concept. The entire British council has been designated as a ministry team.

All members of the team are available (some more than others) to provide prophetic ministry both in the UK and abroad.

The ministry team is led by the Chairman, Dr Stephen Boreland, Vice Chairman, John Williams and the General Director Rev Colin Le Noury who together form the executive.

Pray for PWMI

Please remember to pray for the work of PWMI. Pray for our General Director, Rev Colin Le Noury as he promotes the Movement and at the same time runs a busy office.

Remember too the members of our Council as they meet regularly throughout the year to discuss and oversee the work.

Pray for Richard Salmon, Editor in Chief of our monthly magazine 'Prophetic Witness' (PW). If you don't already subscribe, please consider doing so as that will a great encouragement to us. Prophetic Witness will help you understand the world we live in from a Biblical perspective.

Donate to PWMI

You can donate to support the work of PWMI.

PWMI founder Dr. F. B. Meyer said "The time has almost come it is imperative we should go out without delay and tell others - believers and unbelievers - that the Lord's return is on the threshold of the door. Soon it will be too late". If that was true in 1917, how much more today?

The Early History of PWMI

100 years
(The following is taken from "The Midnight Cry"
- 50 years of prophetic witness
- published by PWMI in 1967)


Historical Origins


In the parable of the ten virgins, our Lord declared that at midnight a cry came, “Behold, the bridegroom cometh: go ye out to meet him” (Matt. 25: 6). Prior to that awaken­ing shout, all the bridesmaids had slumbered and slept, oblivious to their responsibilities on that nuptial night. For centuries it seemed that the church, like the ten virgins, was comparatively without thought of her heavenly Bridegroom or hope of His Second Advent. Indeed, it was not until the nineteenth century that there was much attention given to this subject. In the last 150 years, however, there has been a deepening interest in eschatology and an increasing belief in the imminence of our Lord’s return. This revival of interest and expectancy (never, of course, completely absent), more­over, received a very great impetus fifty years ago.

Early in 1915 proposals were submitted to the British Government that Palestine should be converted into a dom­inion for occupation by the scattered nation of Jews, but although the recommendation was sympathetically received, no action was taken. Consequently, in the following year, the Zionist organisation put forward a “programme for a new administration of Palestine and for a Jewish resettlement of Palestine in accordance with the aspirations of the Zionist Movement”. This too was shelved. But the matter was brought to a head by other developments.

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The policy sets out the different areas where user privacy is concerned and outlines the obligations and requirements of the users, the website and its owners. Furthermore the way this website processes, stores and protects user data and information will also be detailed within this policy.