Hey, beautiful people! How has your week been? A new routine I have started in lockdown is having some quiet time in the middle of the afternoon. It is typically about 3pm as the sky is beginning to darken, I light a candle and read a chapter of Mark’s gospel. Honestly, I look forward to this time; spending it with the Lord as the longer … Continue reading The long nights…
Hello, to you all! The past few months I have been doing a wrap-up blog; which I have loved doing but for this month I am going to leave it. I am going to do is leave a similar prayer down below that I have been praying over my life. It is a prayer for feeling stuck and feeling as if all your progress is … Continue reading A prayer amidst all the disappointment
Welcome back everyone, to a new season of blogs!! I have had a beautiful break, I have spent days away with my family at the beach which has been excellent. Although I did get some pretty horrific sunburn, which is a common occurrence with my pale skin. It has been weeks full of learning and the Lord pruning bits off me which were not fruitful. … Continue reading Hope in a tough season.
With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible. (Matthew 19v26) Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its … Continue reading Building our life on a solid foundation
Welcome to July! I share a message that has been placed on my heart as we go into this new month. I pray it will bless your life as much as it has blessed mine. Let us not deny this season has been tough. There has been huge struggles and heartaches. Fears over jobs, finances, family, and friends. Uncertainty for our country and for the … Continue reading A heart of gratitude ( Through all seasons)
To finish off this series on injustice, I want to focus on the role of the oppressor. Especially in turning from the oppressor to someone who fights for the cause. This week we are going to focus on Paul, who we know as being an oppressor and persecutor of the newly emerging Christian faith. However, his life took on a complete transformation after a meeting … Continue reading Paul- From oppressor to fighter for the faith.
As we continue to look at the theme of fighting injustice; I want us to look at the story of Shadrach Meshach and Abednego and how they stood firm in their identity. The story takes place when the Israelites are in exile in Babylon. The King enforces a command in which everyone must bow to an image of gold that has been erected or they … Continue reading Holding on to your identity.
This blog will be used for links to resources, petitions and ways to donate to support Black Lives Matter. There will be links to some of the conversations that happened in churches this past weekend, on the topic of racism, and what the church must do in moving forward. May we take this time to learn, to grow and to advocate together. May we take … Continue reading ‘WE UNDERSTAND THAT WE WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND THEREFORE WE STAND’