Hi Everyone, Again, it's been a minute. My bad.... But I have good - no, GREAT - news: no, I'm not remaking the sequel to 27 Dresses but I do have some new posts coming up, so please read on.... So Wednesday 22 August this year marked my 27th birthday. Wow, 27. It's like the … Continue reading 27 Lessons X Psalms 27 (From A 27 Year Old on the 27th)
So I have a beautiful friend (Ronke O aka @secretplacecalligraphy aka @secretplacedesigns) who designs gorgeous wordart, and this is one of my favs. Thrive. Life will throw a spanner in the works. People have a habit of throwing you under the bus. Friends will fail. Family will disappoint. You will make mistakes. But you will … Continue reading When In Doubt, Thrive
15 And she said unto him, How canst thou say, I love thee, when thine heart is not with me? thou hast mocked me these three times, and hast not told me wherein thy great strength lieth. 16 And it came to pass, when she pressed him daily with her words, and urged him, so that his … Continue reading Love, Lust and Sensitivity: Lessons From Samson’s Downfall
4 And it came to pass afterward, that he loved a woman in the valley of Sorek, whose name was Delilah. Judges 16:4 Perhaps 2018 is the year of exploring unconventional women in the Bible, because Delilah is another lady who has a lesson to teach us, not just we modern women, but Christians generally. Delilah … Continue reading Samuel, Delilah and The Art of War
Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life. Proverbs 4 v 23 Love, and the period leading to falling in love, is a beautiful thing. You know the feeling, when you meet someone, boy meets girl, girl meets boy, boy tells girl how he feels and girl … Continue reading Relationship Corner: When Should I Tell Others About My Relationship?
I can't deal. I can't deal with the drama. I can't deal with the disappointment. I can't deal with the endless discussions in which we keep discussing the same thing. What are you willing to do? I can't deal with the doubts. I can't deal with the distraction. I can't deal with the strange new … Continue reading I Can’t Deal: An(other) Open Letter
Is there a difference between being lonely and single....? Single to me means unmarried, not dating, living life independently, whereas lonely carries a connotation of isolation and misery. I'm going to be really honest, there was a time when I didn't use to think there was a difference between the two, which is really weird … Continue reading Lonely or Single – What’s The Difference?
So most of my regular Readers/Followers would know that I am part of an Evangelism Team at my local church, where I am challenged to grow in my faith, my study of the Word and my dedication to witnessing. (I can't express enough how vital the team has been to my growth - it actually … Continue reading Who Is My Neighbour: The Art of Giving
18 Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool. - Isaiah 1:18 Thank you Jesus for redemption. The greatest thing we have as Christians is forgiveness through the sacrifice … Continue reading Day 20: Isaiah 1:18 – Redemption Was The Raison D’etre
I always say "Evangelism is for the Evangelists" - the people on the street corners with the church flyers in one hand and megaphone in the other. That's Evangelism - and I shudder at the thought. But I'm an Usher, a worker in church, and to be honest, alongside all the other good things I … Continue reading What God is saying about…. Evangelism (Short Edit)