By: Jennie Scott
I need to share this message with you without being critical, accusatory, or dismissive. I’ve wrestled with it myself for some time now, and I pray it’s marinated enough in my soul to move into yours with grace. Continue reading “The Danger in Saying “God Is Good””
By: Yvette Cherry
I was lying in the sun on Port Beach when my dripping wet four-year-old pointed at the sky and asked, “what does that say, Mum?” Continue reading “Signs in the Sky”
By: Jennie Scott
The words that stopped me cold weren’t shouted or even spoken angrily. They were gentle, coming through the speakers of my laptop. One sentence, spoken sweetly, as part of a longer podcast episode. One sentence that gave me chills: Continue reading “When Belief and Actions Collide”
Do you make a practice of being honest with God? Continue reading “Learning to Be Honest with God”
By: Sheridan Voysey
Well, our new puppy Rupert Reginald McScruffy is proving popular with the public. People stop me in the street to pat him. Facebook friends love his videos. At this rate he’ll be finding himself an agent, getting promo shots done, and forgetting to return my calls. Continue reading “Are You Running to False Places of Safety?”
Adrian and Nicole Barton are one couple who’s experiences epitomise the ups and downs of life.
Continue reading “Trusting God Through the Valleys”
Author: Rodney Olsen.
We often hear of people being in the right place at the right time. When we talk about those ‘right place, right time’, moments we’re generally thinking of something good happening for someone just because they were where they needed to be to take advantage of a particular situation or opportunity. It’s as if circumstances came together to bring about something good. Continue reading “Walk This Way”