We could all do with a little bit of hope right now. The world is unsettled and uncertain, nothing is sure and things feel a little bit hopeless. This is just how Habakkuk felt. 600BC Israel was being invaded, the fig trees did not bloom, the fruit did not grow, the crops failed, the flocks… Continue reading Hope with Habakkuk
Do you love HIIT? I do because I don't have time for hour long workouts and need something that is going to give me the most impact. I have discovered that approaching my Bible as a HIIT workout right now is super helpful too. Let me explain why. I have been studying the book of… Continue reading HIIT with Habakkuk
The UK has been in lockdown for three weeks and we have just been told that this will be extended by at least another three weeks. Halfway can seem like such a hopeless place. Not at the beginning, no where near the end, and it can leave us asking where is God in all of… Continue reading Hold on with Habakkuk
Staying home has meant more time on our hands. We are scrolling more, reading more and watching more. But what are you watching? God has been really speaking to me out of Proverbs 31 and I wanted to share some thoughts from verse 27 with you. She carefully watches over everything in her household and… Continue reading Consuming content or choosing content?
The threat of lockdown is now a reality. The 'what ifs?' are 'what nows?', and suddenly we are faced with a endless sea of uncertainty stretched out before us. While I was doing my house work today, I noticed areas that had been overlooked for too long; cobwebs in corners and dust gathered in dark… Continue reading Speaking from Faith or Fear?
I am sat drinking coffee alone in my favourite coffee shop reflecting on the last 12 months. Today is the first day back at school for our boys after we spent a year home educating them. The irony is not lost on me that it was in this coffee shop that we spent our first… Continue reading Why we stopped homeschooling
Sight is a gift. (Ask anyone who doesn't have theirs and they will tell you so). To be able to see is something that we take for granted every single day. But there is a difference between having sight and seeing. You have no doubt heard the term 20/20 vision a few times already this… Continue reading Set your sights in 2020
I got it wrong today. Okay not just today, but spectacularly so on this occasion. This time it was with my middle child, my easiest by far and my least demanding. He is so often overshadowed by his more vocal siblings or overlooked as he is generally happy to go with the flow. We were… Continue reading The Home School Diaries #3
All I have ever wanted is to belong. Isn't that what we all want? I grew up surrounded by abusive relationships, marriage breakdowns and bitter individuals. I have seen families torn apart by anger that was incited decades ago. I was fought over in the courts. I have never known, nor perhaps ever will know… Continue reading Finding me
I've written so many blogs but not published them. I've poured my heart into pages and pages of notes. I've felt Gods presence so powerfully and cried so hard while writing that I've had to catch my breath. Many of these words need never be read by anyone other than Jesus. Like many prayers that… Continue reading Finding my purpose