I can easily feel intimidated when I feel like I must be guarded. It was the first time I was to preach with an interpreter and I knew I had a message that would ruffle some feathers. I also felt absolutely no fear and 100 % passion. As I watched that altar fill with people and get set free that night...I had faced off with my very own sadducees...
Last night after a really busy couple of days at the op shop, I came home physically weary and as I waited for dinner to finish cooking, I plonked myself on the lounge and checked my Facebook feed to see what had been going in facebook world...(If you don't engage in social media, this is [...]
I have a penchant for lanterns. I grew up in a part of Africa where electricity was not a common commodity and we were reliant on candles and lanterns to help provide light in the evenings. As a little girl, needing to find my way in the dark at night or simply as a [...]
Good Friday ....no better way to conclude my thoughts on being visionary then to look closely at Jesus and the story that changed everything. It seems appropriate to fix my eyes on Jesus, to focus on Jesus , who chose to see me, while facing the pain and anguish of his crusifixition and as he [...]
Who is she who looks forth as the dawn'. Song of Solomon 6:10 She is a seer, a visionary. .. Our dining room table is like an historical watering hole...the place our family gather at the end of the day to share nutritious food but also where we [...]
One of the joys of being a ministry family is the opportunity to have ministry guests spend time with you our family. When my son was about four, we had a guest preacher come and stay with us and when she left she gave my boy a gift. That gift used to sit next to [...]
There is one question in the month of January, I get asked more than any other time of the year and it is usually in the third week, when we are thinking about getting back into routine, back to work, and we are struggling to get our New Years resolutions of perfection off the ground [...]