My dad passed away last month. I took some time on this rainy Sunday afternoon in lockdown to jot down some of the memories I have of him. Thank you for reading…
My dad passed away this week at 79 years of age, after years battling dementia.
Are you watching too many demoralising news reports or endlessly scrolling social media?
Are you aware of the impact of too much media consumption?
It’s so important to take ownership of what we’re consuming and make wise choices.
Here, I talk about proactively finding activities that produce positive emotions.
Here, I share a story about the boy who taught my friend how to notice and celebrate small moments of joy in the midst of suffering.
📍 Final Lockdown Video 📍 The last video in this series is a mindfulness exercise focused on accepting God’s grace.…
💛 Can I share a favourite prayer with you? 💛
People will have all sorts of opinions about you. What matters most is what God says.
We can all get consumed by the various feeds on our phone or tablet. Here, I offer some tried-and-tested suggestions…
to focus on spending time with God when we’re feeling stressed. I hope this video will encourage you to make time for him and receive his peace.
The world can seem like a crazy place, especially during lockdown. I’ll be checking in via video every night this…
I am currently in lockdown due to the spread of COVID-19 in my state.
It’s been almost a month since my 14-year-old nephew Reuben’s life changed forever.
Sometimes I try and imagine what it felt like the day Jesus died.
Ever been so tired you can’t hold your head up?
Beware the gift that stops giving.
We enter the world with simple expectations. We require love, affection and approval. As we grow we become more aware…
As we unpacked the contents of our bedrooms into our seemingly massive two-bedroom unit, as well as all our wedding presents, it occurred to us that man could not live on bedspreads alone.
Do I want to get ‘well’?
What areas in my life do I really want Jesus to help me with?
We edged through the cold, clammy cave. A roof full of glow worms loomed over us. The fluorescent pin-pricks were still, yet…
You know that expression ‘what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger’? Well, for many people there’s a really fine line…
In this relaxation exercise, I invite you to imagine you are seated next to Jesus, sharing all your burdens with him.
It’s easy to feel insecure when we assess ourselves using the measuring stick of society.
Some people tend to think their life is only worth something if they become famous. Or if they leave a…
I wish I could say with unbridled confidence the only eyes that mattered were yours.
Part one of a guest post by Michael Leader, pastor at Beverly Hills Baptist Church. “You can’t tell anyone” –…
Mindfulness can help us become more aware of the things God is doing in us and around us.
“Those who live according to the flesh have their minds set on what the flesh desires; but those who live in accordance with the Spirit have their minds set on what the Spirit desires.” (Romans 8:5)
The Bible does reassure us that God is a God of intimacy – one who draws close to us despite our sin and his incredible holiness.
Doing things for the sake of what we think the world needs is, at best, misguided.
As children, we are convinced, naturally, that we’re the centre of life’s story.
I have a junk drawer. Don’t we all? It’s that place you put the items you can’t find a home for…
I’m so glad that in Jesus, ‘myth’ became real-life history. He ain’t no fairytale figure. He lived, breathed and felt everything that we feel.
The tough thing about being in lockdown is that we don’t know what the future holds. That’s why giving ourselves a strong home routine is so important.