Stories that never get old

For those of us that love to read it's not hard to recall those moments when we have read the last line of a good book we have invested in, we close the pages and sit back and remember the characters, what they went through and how journeying with them made us feel. Why did... Continue Reading →

The cost of Bystanders

In my last post I wrote about the need for Christians to commit differently. I suggested that 2 big problems in the church today were people overcommitting and committing to the wrong things. While programs, ministries and being intentional in what we invest in are important, I believe walking closer to Jesus should be an... Continue Reading →

As the dust settles on 2017

As 2017 quickly comes to an end, I have been reflecting on the things I have learnt this year. With much to be thankful for, and as I think about the next 12 months, I find myself full of hope and determination. It was a massive time with lots of challenges but I wouldn't change... Continue Reading →

Be quick to shut up

Lets be honest, some of the best things about being in conflict with those closest to us is letting loose. First we turn our ears off, which means our mouths can take over, and right behind our provoking pain driven language is our anger. Aah, all in a good days work. In the wordthatdoesnotexist, the... Continue Reading →

Living in the waiting

I am not known to be the most patient person, especially when it comes to waiting for a new season of life to start. I want to know the how, why, where and who in advance, and not knowing these things has often left me a little anxious. Do many Christians actually live in the... Continue Reading →

Asleep in the light?

While reading the Gospels it becomes very clear that Jesus Knew where he was from, where he was going and most of all what he was meant to be doing. One of the things I like about him was that he was so confident about who he was, this meant he was able to give himself some... Continue Reading →

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