Fearless

Posted by Cassie Thomas on August 29, 2017 in Anxiety | 0 Comment

Honestly, when I hear the word ‘fearless’ my first though is always that Taylor Swift song. “And I don’t know how it gets better than this, you take my hand and drag me head first- fearless. And I don’t know …

Miracles in Mayhem Abroad

Posted by Theresa Steure on August 8, 2017 in Christian Living | 0 Comment

Nearly 15 years ago on a warm, autumn day, I moved abroad to Switzerland after marrying a Swiss man. Six years ago on a chilly, winter morning, I sat in the judicial office of a Swiss judge with my lawyer, …

Desperate to be accepted

Posted by Sabrina Peters on June 28, 2017 in Anxiety | 0 Comment | Tagged

I was a broken, damaged and destitute fragment of a girl. Was there hope for someone like me? I grew up in a loving family but early on the intense desire to feel accepted began to rip and pull at …

The Pathway to Peace

Posted by Matt Moore on June 16, 2017 in Christian Living | 0 Comment | Tagged

You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you.” – Isaiah 26:3 We all long and hope for peace. Some of us are single and hope that when we finally marry, we will …

Hooker for Jesus founder’s moving testimony

Feeling unloved by her father and used by a boyfriend, teenager Annie Lobert yearned inside for the power to exact revenge over men. Money to have nice things. Gaining the money she thought was her answer to a better life. …

If Richard Branson can do it, so can you and I

Posted by Christian Womanmag on March 7, 2017 in Business Women | 0 Comment

I was reading an article recently where Richard Branson, founder of Virgin, was asked whether, if he could be 20 again, would he follow the same path? Building a global empire is a very risky way to spend 45-odd years …

How to be bold AND gentle in a polarizing world

Posted by Amy Gannett on January 14, 2017 in Christian Living | 0 Comment

I took a deep breath and put the book down. Sitting in bed with books and my Bible sprawled around me, the clock neared 5:30am. And even in that earliest of hours I could feel the fire in my belly …

‘I wish I had’, or ‘I’m glad I did’: Which will your life be?

Posted by Matt Danswan on December 30, 2016 in Dreams | 0 Comment

Over the Christmas break I have been reading Zig Ziglar’s amazing book, Over The Top. It’s not my copy, but is in the house where we are staying for our ten day break. One of Zig’s key statements is related …

The Whole “God’s Got A Calling On My Life!” Thing

Posted by Matt Moore on November 15, 2016 in Dreams | 0 Comment

I dare you to try to find a legitimate Jesus-loving Christian under the age of 30 that doesn’t think they are the next best thing since the Apostle Paul. They’re going to change the world, don’t you know? They’re going …

Have you been waiting for an answer?

Posted by Mark Bilton on November 13, 2016 in faith | 0 Comment | Tagged

God has seen your faithfulness. He has seen all you have done and are doing. He will not forget your work. Your answer is coming. Daniel had to wait to see an answer that was dispatched the moment he prayed. …