In our desire to grow in the Lord, we gravitate to older brothers and sisters in Christ with the hope that they will guide us in our walk. There is nothing wrong with this. In fact, Paul often spoke of his loving relationship with his spiritual son, Timothy. He further addressed the need for older […]
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Fare Thee Well 2021! The word of the Lord for 2022
Fare Thee Well, 2021! Thank you, 2021, for the wisdom, patience, and strength that I developed through the challenges you brought my way. 2021, I promise never to forget the truths I learned as I journeyed through the past 365 days with you. Thank you for the laughter, the joy, and the victories you provided […]
Treasure Your Gifts
One of the joys I had as a child was watching the bottom of the Christmas tree fill up with presents. It mattered little to me how many presents were addressed to me, just as long as there were plenty of colourfully wrapped gifts tucked away under the branches. In my eyes, each parcel was […]
Disagreement does not Equate Hate
The other night, I invited a couple of dear friends over for an early Christmas dinner. I have known them for years, and we all get along amazingly well. Yes, we get along even when we disagree about some important things. I can hear a collective gasp as I write this. Over the years, we […]
Joyfully Proclaim The Gospel This Christmas Season!
Do you find evangelism intimidating? Christmas is the perfect opportunity to witness without feeling a drop of intimidation or fear. I love many things about Christmas, and most of those things centre on the remarkable opportunity we have to sing God’s praises wherever we go. A thrill runs up my spine when I hear the […]
Who are You Representing and to Whom?
Just who are you representing and to whom? Good questions to ask! 2 Corinthians 5:17 is a favourite of most Christians because it talks about our identity in Christ – but what if it’s not all about us? I invite you to watch my latest YouTube video! It’s all about reconciliation, seeing others through the […]