If you visit Paisley in Scotland you are visiting one of the historical weaving centres of the United Kingdom – and the home of May Nicholson.
Who is she do you ask?
Well… May Nicholson was a notorious fighting drunk in Ferguslie Park, Paisley until her conversion when she was 34. The last 22 years have been spend tirelessly working for the Lord as an outreach worker in Ferguslie Park, Church of Scotland Project Worker in Mid Craigie (a deprived area of Dundee) and now in Govan where she founded the Preshal (Gaelic for precious) Trust.
May’s biography reads as though she is telling her story and is interspersed by accounts and comments from other people. Her story is so incredible that it needs other people to verify what she says; one of May’s doctors, a minister, those who come to the Preshal Trust and The Duchess of Montrose all help to tell this compelling story.
With the second volume the reader meets the people who come through the doors of Preshal seeking hope and help friendship and support. You also meet the members of the staff, several of whom have come up through the ranks.
Those who tell their stories in More Miracles from Mayhem come from all sorts of backgrounds, from loving and Christian homes through to abusive and manipulative backgrounds to having no home at all, rather spending over 30 years in the care system. The book will move readers to tears, to laughter and to prayer. This book will give you new hope as you read of those who have come through terrible times and have found faith and hope.