With Christmas just around the corner, it’s almost pantomime season. So, how many of you can remember or have seen the children’s classic, Dick Whittington? The poor orphan boy Dick and his cat set off to find their fortunes in London because they had heard it was a place full of opportunities where the streets … More The streets are paved with gold
If you grew up in the 70/80’s, you may well remember that the way to sort out any sort of dispute on the playground would be to bring your dad into it by saying ‘my dad’s bigger than yours’, thus settling the disagreement!!! I don’t remember there being any actual measuring involved but it always … More My dad’s bigger than yours!
As I have been reflecting over the last week or so on where God is leading me I feel like I am in uncharted waters with Him. I feel Him taking me on a journey, an unexpected journey, but a journey nonetheless. This is a trust journey and I have a feeling we’re going deep … More Trust in ME, just in ME!
So, if you read my post about Mountain Top Moments being where you least expect them you will know already I’m in a season of stretching. I say this because that’s what it feels like God is doing through this storm myself and my family find ourselves in. Now, this could be a scary place … More Count your Blessings
I hope you have been having fun and choosing courage since my last post? So the next key in this series on being used by God, is… having people around you to encourage and cheer you on. You may remember I have written before in other posts about the importance of having a ‘courage buddy’ … More Who’s Your Courage Buddy?
Have you ever wondered how some people just seem to hear from God? Or, have you ever thought why doesn’t God speak to me? You may even believe the lie that God would not want to speak to you at all and if he did it would only be to tell you off! First of … More My sheep hear my voice!
I’m excited to write about another of my favourite gifts and one that I am seeking to grow in myself and this gift is known as the Word of Knowledge (WOK). This simply means, to share information about something that you didn’t already know about a person that the Holy Spirit drops into your mind. … More Words of Knowledge