I can’t help but wonder if 21st century Christians have been sold a lie.
In many areas we give the devil more credit than due… We can also be completely oblivious to his schemes. How does the devil attack? Continue reading
Mum taught me a lot of good lessons in life and in particular skills for getting along with people. In year 3 encountered my first bully. Continue reading
There is an expectation as a Christian to ‘do the right thing’ even when others around us are not. We can make the same decision over and over again to ‘be bigger,’ yet still we can find ourselves in the same place: How do I walk this out? Life is unfair at times. Continue reading
There is something that seems so satisfying about getting even. When we are hurt our first response can be to seek revenge, to show the other person how wrong they were, or at least share how wronged you have been. How do you move beyond offence? Continue reading
When it comes to adding value to others, one of the biggest lessons I’ve learnt was from my good friend Lauren. Continue reading
When I was first married my hubby and tried something that many married couples do; we got honest. We sat down and shared the things that each of us found frustrating about the other and as they say- the truth hurts.
If we’re not careful, we can create boundaries (to prevent burn out) based on one-off instances and rob ourselves of the blessing it is to be helpful. Continue reading
I’m not sure where we get the idea that when we hurt we must have somehow walked out of the will of God. Continue reading