Developing a Green Soul I deeply believe that deep down in me somewhere, lives a gardener with a green thumb. Many things might account for this belief one of them being the fact that I was brought up under the shadow of a very green thumb; my mum grew everything from Cauliflower to Okra and … Continue reading My Green Soul
I think a lot of people go into marriage expecting it to be easy. Maybe they’ve seen too many movies. Marriage isn’t easy. Family isn’t easy. Close friendships aren’t easy. The best plan is to expect problems, stay committed, and develop a strategy for getting through the rough times. - John Maxwell John says it … Continue reading Love Dare 8 – Commitment
Love is one of the most difficult subjects to tackle and I think it is particularly hard for the Jesus follower. Our perception of love is sometimes quite different from what we are told love is. Movies and popular fiction lead us to believe that love is a two-way street. Well, if you read your … Continue reading Love Even When It Hurts?
"I Almost Let Go" This song by Kurt Carr never ceases to inspire and encourage me. It is a song, which God puts in my heart when I'm really down. One thing about me, I love to sing. Nothing gives me greater joy (not even writing). When I am heartsore, I cannot sing. When I … Continue reading A Song in My Heart…
In the past 9 months, I have been running a mission guest house, catering mostly to missionaries and people who serve God in other ways. Sometimes, we get Honeymooners. These are my favourites and I take special pleasure in serving them (that is probably my romantic streak rearing it's head). We had the most recent … Continue reading The Transcience of Life
Say hello to this month's Guest Blogger! It's the second part of Doug's letter, this one on everyday Christian living. Read the first part here. If you like what you read, be sure to hop over to his blog and let him know how much you enjoyed reading this. # 1 The sacred/secular myth All … Continue reading Guest Blogger – Living the Christian Life