“2020”

“2020”

Honestly, perhaps it is because I live in New Zealand - a country that went COVID free for over 100 days - and are still doing pretty well..

  • Finding peace in my garden

    During this time of fear and uncertainty it is important to find something to do that brings you joy. For some it might be baking, some it might be a creative outlet. For some it might just be time with their family (while still following the recommended “social distancing” of course).

  • Through the storm

    Everybody on this earth faces challenges or difficulties at some point of their lives. No one is immune from trauma or suffering. But as Christians, how do we cope when things go wrong? And what does God teach us during those struggles?

  • What will the church look like…if we listened to Gen Z?

    Jesus loved teenagers. How do I know this? Well, his first disciples were teenagers. You’d think that Jesus was intentional about the kind of friendships he made. They were the outcasts, the looked-down-on, and the disregarded in his society.

  • Sour hour of prayer

    2020 has been a rough year for me so far.

  • What to do when you don’t know what to do

    Sometimes I need God to tell me explicitly what to do.

  • ‘That’ year and the things I’ve learned

    I think we can all agree that 2020 was not the year that we saw coming.

  • Some of you may die, but…

    Certain Christians stand against Euthanasia - sometimes by protest. Do we protest Euthanasia to make an ordeal about the issue? No. Do we protest Euthanasia to look different to the world around us? No.

  • Should I date Cinderella?

    Enchanted by the story of Cinderella, we are captivated by the notion of the dishevelled yet deserving princess, the unexpected but perfect knight, the lost slipper that is destined to fit, and the prince who will pursue his Cinderella at all cost.

  • One precious pearl

    Precious: adjective – of great value; not to be wasted or treated carelessly.

  • I surrender…do I?

    Some people say that money makes the world go around. Perhaps it might be more accurate to say that communication makes the world go around.

  • Sharing our faith

    I think that one of the most discouraging aspects in our quest to “make disciples” (Matthew chapter 28, verse 19) is the lack of ‘results’.