Reflections of Easter

Easter- a time of reflection, remembrance and celebration. But just for a moment let’s travel with the disciples from the last supper to the resurrection. Why is this important? Because the same things that turned around in their life can turn around in yours too. Read on to find out more. … More Reflections of Easter

What are you really expecting

Have you really noticed what comes out of your mouth? Is it what you really believe in your heart or are you just giving lip service. Our saying and believing need to be the same if we expect to receive from God. Saying words in jest still has power so this week check that your mouth is saying and heart believing the truths in the Word of God. Find out more by reading the below. … More What are you really expecting

How’s your antenna

To receive a signal, we need to be in the vicinity of it and be looking for it. God is sending us signals all the time. He is constantly speaking to us and wants to bless us and others through us. So how do we keep our antenna in pristine condition so we can continually be attuned to God. Read below to find out more. … More How’s your antenna

Loving to receive

Did you know that there are only two commandments we need to follow in the Bible? They are love God and love others. But they are so hard to follow sometimes. The secret lies in receiving or welcoming God and others. When we welcome someone we are glad to see them. A challenge for all of us this week is try this and see the results. Find out more by reading the below. … More Loving to receive

Unmet expectations

The promise of Jesus had been spoken about for years in the Jewish culture. The verses were there for all to hear every Sabbath. So why when a virgin fell pregnant did no one remember the promise? Where was the expectation? And does the same thing happen in our lives. Read on to find our more. … More Unmet expectations

Grace and truth

Do you find conversation difficult? I do. Jesus has the best conversations. Why? He combined grace and truth. Truth only in conversation leads to legalism and religious. Too much grace in conversation leads to no power in the words we speak. We need a balance of both. Find out more below. … More Grace and truth