2020 – the year of restoration

When I was reflecting on 2019, God penned these words through me – 2020 – the year of restoration. Have there been things in your life that need to be restored? Maybe it’s your finances, your kids lives, your health, your home or your nation. This is the year to be expectant for God to move. So get ready for the journey by reading more here. … More 2020 – the year of restoration

Me first

Today I want you to be selfish in one area only. That is in seeking God for forgiveness. Did you know when we seek God for forgiveness, it opens the door for others to see they can be forgiven too? One by one as others seek forgiveness, it opens the door for the community to see forgiveness. But it all starts with us seeking it first. Will it start with you? … More Me first

Fighting for your family’

Sometimes in life God positions us in situations where we need to make a choice. We may be standing waiting to be invited to a special group at Church or we may be wanting a promotion at work. David faces this same situation in the Bible. Him and his men wanted to join the Philistine army to fight against the Israelites. David knew he could control the battle if he went. But God had a different battle for him to fight. Although David got offended, he submitted to authority and a bigger battle was won. Find out more by reading the blog. … More Fighting for your family’

What if there was no cross

I always find the story about Jesus’ death on the cross so sad. But a few weeks ago, God whispered these words to me – Karen what if there was no cross. Those words spoke deeply to me and I realised that the cross is powerful and changed everything – not only for those that believe but for the whole world. Can you imagine the world now if there was no cross? Read on to find out more. … More What if there was no cross

From tragedy to triumph

Last time I blogged on from triumph to tragedy. This time it’s the other way around as our story continues. Jesus’ death on the cross looked like the end and a real tragedy. But this crucifixion was like no other and after Jesus gave up His Spirit and died, what happened next is what has given people hope for 2000 years. This setting us free from sin, guilt, shame and fear and giving us all a life of love, joy and peace. It’s a gift but a gift has to be taken and all have the opportunity to receive. Read the blog for more. … More From tragedy to triumph