During a prayer time this morning before our church service, God reminded me of the access we have to come to Him. I was reminded of those videos we’ve all seen during lockdown where parents were trying to work online via zoom and then you would see the door burst open and their child enter … More Access Anytime!
As I was out walking and talking with God in my happy place down by the river, I noticed the mess that was all around me. Some was caught in the plants by the river and some of it was floating in the river. The rushes, which I adore, were flattened in places and there … More It’s a shakedown
Like so many others I find myself in a place of grieving, which means ‘intense sorrow’. There are many reasons for feeling this and for some it will be the loss of things that they had planned and cannot do like our friends who planned a wedding, or those grandparents out there who are missing … More Comfort for the grieving
As we find ourselves in yet another lockdown, with figures seeming to be spiralling out of control, I have found it hard to not become obsessed by watching or reading the latest news, can anyone relate? I am someone who enjoys social media and uses it as a place to post encouragements, equip and to … More Keep your eyes on Me!
Luke 2: 10-11 10 But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. 11 Today in the town of David a Saviour has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord. When I think about the birth of Jesus, it’s the moment when true … More Joy to the World
You may have seen them in boxes, or even that special place in the supermarket where the ‘odd shaped’ fruit and veg are kept, you know the ones I’m talking about, the ones that don’t make it onto the regular supermarket shelf because they’re not the right shape or size, they are just not the … More What’s so wrong with being wonky?
I don’t know about you, but I find it hard to get my head around the scientific principal of buoyancy, even with Tim’s simplistic explanation! But I do know that it’s the reason boats don’t easily sink, even when they are like floating hotels with huge waterslides. For me hope is like buoyancy (not easily sinkable) as … More Hope Floats!
This is a freedom story told through the journey I’ve been on with my hair (I know it sounds implausible, but there is a story in the bible related to hair you know) so read on if you want to see how they connect… So, for a long time I have had straight hair in … More Freedom!
As a teacher I have felt deluged in the last couple of weeks with news paper headlines about how schools are going to go back as the current Covid19 lock down we are living in is being eased. Ever since Boris Johnson announced that Primary School children would return in specific year groups on 1st … More What is shaping your thinking?
So, I’ve been reflecting on the current situation that is going on in the world, the pandemic that is the Coronavirus. Now I’m not in any way trying to belittle the severity of the situation or the impact it may have had/be having on families, businesses, the economy and such like but I’ve realised that … More When life gives you lemons, make G and T!