Ruth 4 From Empty to Full

The town women said to Naomi, “Blessed be GOD! He didn’t leave you without family to carry on your life. May this baby grow up to be famous in Israel! He’ll make you young again! He’ll take care of you in old age. And this daughter-in-law who has brought him into the world and loves... Continue Reading →


My Delight

Dear One When I was pregnant with my daughter Brooke, God gave me this passage to pray over her life as she grew. Her name Brooke means 'delightful' and I have often whispered this word 'Hephzibah' (which means 'my delight) know ing that is what God says about her. It has also become a life... Continue Reading →

When the begger is me 

 I love how a simple story can turn into something powerful when the Holy Spirit takes some simple words and begins to speak into my own story.  As I was reading the story in Acts 3 about a crippled beggar I began to mull over what being the beggar in the story would have felt... Continue Reading →

The Unfamiliar Track

'As my feet hit the rise of 2017 on this path I call life, I am keen to take what is happening in the natural and apply it to my spiritual 'run'. I don't want 2017 to be about hankering after old pathways and the familiar tracks. Actually that is not true....'

The 4:29 Filter

I was sitting in a leadership meeting with a handful of significant people in my life listening to a guest speaker (one with a very accurate prophetic gift)  There would have been 15 -20 people at the most. It was our church board, elders, staff and ministry retreat which we held every year. I can... Continue Reading →

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