I pass along to you an amazing story by Yuliya Talmazan of NBC News about how ISIS is – inadvertently – leading Syrian Muslims to Christ. Praise God! “Four years have passed since the Islamic State group’s fighters were run out of Kobani, a strategic city on the Syrian-Turkish border [northeast of Aleppo], but the militants’ […]
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This post by Anna Waldherr strengthens and encourages a community reeling and grieving from horrific bombings – three churches and three hotels targeting those celebrating the Easter message.
“The light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not put it out.” John 1.5
At the height of my professional career, I came across a verse by an unknown author that had a profound impact on me. The verse that I typed and pinned onto my bedroom door has long since withered, but I came across a copy today which I would like to share.
I think it was perhaps this daily reminder of Continue reading
Glamorous, beautifully dressed and always full of life, zest. A gorgeous purple-hued tint in her hair. Pint sized beauty. Always chuckling, laughing. Teasing. Or giving advice. Sometimes unsought which got her into trouble.
Grandmother’s favourite. Her youngest child who went to England and whose enlarged photo hung in a prominent place in the Dining Room. There were pictures of everyone there but somehow Aunty Lorraine’s picture was a little larger. Continue reading
The question has been on my mind these past few days. A loved one in pain has been asked to do a full bone scan to check for recurrence of the dreaded C cell. Yes, Cancer.
It was discovered early and she was operated 18 months ago. Everything seemed fine but this pain and the doctor’s request has me worried. Should I just trust that God the Healer and Loving Father will surely take care of his child? Or should I pray, petition and plead for healing?
The answer depends on who I conceive God to be. “Who do you say I AM?” A benefactor who answers our petitions?