Everybody Sleeps

Years ago, it feels like forever now, I wasn't the kind person I am now. I was quite opposite. I did unsavoury things for unsavoury people, and I had a reputation of being very self destructive and for being afraid of no one. People would ask me how I could possibly be so unafraid despite... Continue Reading →

The Body of Christ – Part 4

For the past few weeks and several to come I have been doing a series on The Body of Christ - how we are all different but part of the same body in Christ (Romans 12:1-8). We've been looking at how people's gifts (aptitudes/personalities) are comparable to parts of the body and how we all... Continue Reading →

The Body of Christ – Part 2

For the next few weeks I will be doing a series on The Body of Christ. If you've missed a post just check through our blog list to catch up. The series relates to the different functions of people in the church and how we are all important even though we are all different. (Romans... Continue Reading →

Learning To Believe

You can't encourage yourself once and hope you'll feel the same tomorrow, learning to believe in yourself and your ability is more of an everyday choice rather than a once off decision. Everyday we need to encourage ourselves that we can do it, change is a progression, not towards perfection, but being comfortable in your... Continue Reading →

Love and Other Things

What most of us want more than anything else is to be loved. From the time we are born until we are old it's the one thing that we crave. We can have a relationship with God and feel fulfilled but still feel lonely, because we're created to be around people, to socialise. Our spirits... Continue Reading →

What do you tell Yourself?

For as long as I can remember I had a monster growing at the edge of my life, he towered over my self-esteem and beat me down everytime I tried to tell the truth about who I was. Crazy thing is that monster still exists but every day his spine grows weaker, as I grow... Continue Reading →

In A Place of Refuge

It's a proven fact that a community can be sustained as long as the people continue to build each other up and continue to do so even when one person stuffs up in a major way. In a place of refuge (not escape) we hear each other out and help where we can.

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