I don’t remember being in my parents’ arms because I was too little. However, I know that they carried me in their arms, because I have the photos to prove it. That was when I was a very tiny baby. Continue reading “God Longs to Be Your Father Today”
By: Steve Grace
Forget the former things;
do not dwell on the past.
See, I am doing a new thing!
Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?
I am making a way in the wilderness
and streams in the wasteland.
— Isaiah 43:18-19
There is an emotional fatigue that we all have experienced as we head into the last months of 2020. Continue reading “Pandemics, Plans and Expectations”
By: Stephen McAlpine
I have devoted this guest post to a friend of mine, Talia. I have not read anything as moving, as heartbreaking, or as soul-enriching this year. Continue reading “How Talia’s Disabled Daughter Taught Her about the Love of God”
When I was a teenager, together with a large number of young people from our church, I went on a long road trip up the coast of NSW and into Queensland in Australia. Continue reading “You Can Be Coming Last and Be Winning at Life”
By: Sheridan Voysey
Earlier this year, before COVID made things complicated, I attended a thanksgiving service for a much-loved member of our church. We lost Eileen to cancer at just 68 years of age. As the service began, more chairs had to be put out to accommodate the number of people arriving. And it led to a lesson learned about grief. Continue reading “Grief is the Honour We Give to Those Who Loved Us Well”
By: Neri Morris
Who am I to think I can improve on the timing of God?
2 Peter 3:8 (Amp) says “The Lord does not delay [as though He were unable to act] and is not slow about His promise, as some count slowness..” Continue reading “Who Am I To Think I Can Improve The Timing Of God?”
By: Danni Synot
“Go and love someone exactly as they are. And then watch how quickly they transform into the greatest version of themselves. When one feels seen and appreciated in their own essence, one is instantly empowered.” -Wes Angelozzi Continue reading “Are You Holding the Watering Can or the Machete?”