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Unlocking the truth in lockdown

It's almost June and it's week I-don't-know-what of the lockdown measures because of COVID-19. This has been a season of struggle and suffering for many. The 'norm' has been changed to a new normal. It's been months since we've been able to hug someone outside of our home. We have to give those we pass… Continue reading Unlocking the truth in lockdown

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Hope for Hard Times There is a lot of fear, panic, uncertainty and unknowns that we are experiencing in the face of the coronavirus epidemic. Many people are also rallying together in light of this situation to help their communities in new ways to ensure social distancing. And I personally am thanking all of those individuals who are… Continue reading Hope for Hard Times

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More > Truth by Kristi Mair – BOOK REVIEW

After reading 'More > Distinct' by Calvin T. Samuel and 'More > Direction' by Ayo and Ruth Afolabi, I was looking forward to the next instalment of the 'More >' series by IVP. These short books are ideal for those who are busy but want to engage with the Bible and apply it effectively to… Continue reading More > Truth by Kristi Mair – BOOK REVIEW

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An interview with Emma Scrivener – body image, identity, suffering and community

This is one of the most encouraging & inspiring conversations that I have been a part of and I am blessed to get to share it with you! Emma Scrivener who writes over at A New Name joined me to talk about her experience of having an eating disorder and how her view of God… Continue reading An interview with Emma Scrivener – body image, identity, suffering and community

All Posts, Parenting & The Mustard Seed Mum

The Mustard Seed Mum: What I’m Learning

I am learning a lot about being a mum. Or I think I am. Everyone has their own way of being a parent and puts their stamp on things. There's lots of trial and error involved. For me, a lot of head scratching and confused looks as I try and figure my beautiful boy out.… Continue reading The Mustard Seed Mum: What I’m Learning

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Why You Shouldn’t Grumble About Your Emails

My little segment of space on the internet has been quiet. I guess my thoughts have been pretty quiet which is unusual for me. A couple of nights ago I made the mistake of having coffee before bed. I watched as my friends ordered decaf at the restaurant we were at, and I somehow convinced… Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Grumble About Your Emails

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A Rubbish Story

On the desk where I do most of my writing, there is a ¬†pink table-top waste bin. It was a gift. Who else has been given a bin as a gift? At face value (and yes, it does have a face) it didn't look like much. However, this bin is a daily reminder that value… Continue reading A Rubbish Story

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The Higher Way Code – One Way

Don't all roads lead to God? Many people spend their life on the road in search of something. There are many different roads to choose. Each road offers something different - a different way to live, a different destination, different sights along the way. We all get the choice to travel down the road that… Continue reading The Higher Way Code – One Way

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Manic Street Preachers.

Have you ever seen a street preacher? Some carry signs that say 'Repent, for the Kingdom of Heaven is near'. Others hand out leaflets or offer healing on the street. I have seen a few who threaten the general public with the prospect of hell if they don't accept Christ (with a smile and a… Continue reading Manic Street Preachers.

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Cheerleading Faith

Blogging is so awesome - especially the link-up communities online that come together to share, encourage, equip, assist, enable, love, care and hope with each other. I have found reading the words of fellow bloggers like a coffee for my soul - it keeps me alert, writing, springing about and it's just nice to have… Continue reading Cheerleading Faith