Gone in 60 seconds

Gone in 60 seconds

Photo by Steve Tsang on Unsplash I promised mummy I would make the stew. She always thinks her stews are better. We should have a cook-off! They say I was born with a spoon in my other hand. I love interiors, anything to make the home, well, more homely, that’s where...

Warrior

The battle had been long and bloody. Burdened by weariness, the warrior finally sank to his knees and with a clatter, his sword fell from his hands. From a face full of lacerations, contusions, and bruises, blood oozed from various places. He had fought valiantly but...
Gleanings from Jonah

Gleanings from Jonah

Photo by Ray Harrington on Unsplash Hi, how are you doing in your part of the world? I hope you are keeping safe no matter what. My home church is doing a series on the book of Jonah and I had the privilege of preaching last Sunday as part of the series. After the...
Autopsy: Lack of Vision

Autopsy: Lack of Vision

One evening, as part of a personal development program, I was reading the following words from the Bible “Where there is no vision, the people perish….” Prov 21: 18. The verse seemed to jump off the page and illuminated my spirit. I could not get beyond that verse. As...
Nourishment

Nourishment

Photo by Phong Duong on Unsplash One Tuesday evening 9 months ago, as I got ready to have bedtime prayers with my children, I heard the Lord say, “What I feed you, feed your children”. Hmmmm? Ok, I thought. I took my Bible upstairs to share with them the story of the...
5 Ways to increase Bible reading engagement for Kids

5 Ways to increase Bible reading engagement for Kids

Photo by Nandhu Kumar on Unsplash Sometimes, reading the Bible with kids can feel daunting for several reasons. We are unsure of where to start. We may be afraid of questions the children might ask – so if all the animals went into Noah’s ark two by two, what about...