A beautiful collection of Christian poetry. Uplifting, inspiring and thought provoking Christian poems.
This testimonial piece, submitted anonymously, is a powerful response to the wrongful perception that those with Mental Health Issues lack faith. Go give it a read.
This beautiful spoken word by Gemma brings us through the Bible and reflects on God's plan for reconciliation with Mankind; a the promise that we celebrate at Christmas.
"Joy gets harder to muster under days trimmed with evergreen..." Abigail's poem about the build up to Christmas is a fresh invitation into God's peace and rest.
A beautiful poem exploring the theme of comparison. This swift poem explores the theme that taking our eyes off God and onto other people, steals our joy.
A poem by Jami D Johns. Let her take you on a journey through the other side of fear, to a place of true courage and intimacy. This beautiful poem is worth a read.
A fresh word on courage and how it looks for us in modern day culture. Leanne shares what courage means to her in 2019 in the Western world. Do you agree with her definition?
A bold call to courage. These words by Grace Enike are full of authority and faith so, whatever your battles are this week, let this piece be your rallying cry.
"Where courage is found" is a poem with a steady and hopeful voice perfect for the in-between moments of your day. Check out Georgia's call to courage and meditate on your own journey.
Fear is a thief! In this thought provoking submission, Joe Henkel writes that although "Fear was created to protect but when given freedom, he destroys." Do you agree?
A beautiful poem by Nicola Payne. This encouraging piece reminds us not to give in to the thoughts and voices in our head, but instead to seek our solace in Jesus.
A poem on the theme of change. Change can seem scary sometimes. But maybe as we step out we realise it isn't so bad after all. This poem explores these thoughts.
A poem by Roly Brooks, from Wirral Worship Collective. "It once was a tree, a beautiful sight, that sheltered the wild life throughout day and night..." This lovely poem is worth a read!
A poem by Anu Onasanya. "When the lights are off, the stage dismantled, audience gone, when I'm alone will my heart still sing Your praise or tingle with the applause of men?"
A spoken word piece inspired by Matthew 7:24-27. This piece was first performed by our co-founder, Mim, at MCYC Young Adults Christian camp in July 2019.
This is a really beautiful poem written by Zachary over at @poeticweston for our theme of weakness. This one truly touched us and we highly recommend you give it a read.
Do you know that you are victorious regardless of success, popularity or achievements? Zoe ponders the victory that is ours through Christ Jesus in this piece.
Check out this beautiful poem written by Alex, inspired by 2 Corinthians 4:7-9. "Cracked and broken held together from within by something so powerful, yet self compressed, creates gravity..."
We are happy to publish anonymous submissions and this is a lovely one! Submitted under the theme of weakness, this poem takes an alternative view to the world's view of weakness.
Poetry. What's your weakness? Is it material items? I think many of us can understand what it's like to have so much 'stuff' we don't actually know what to do with it all!
Poetry by Jami D Johns. Short but thought provoking, many of you may identify with this piece. Where do you find rest from your striving? Worth a read.
A beautiful piece of artwork and poetry submitted by the talented Katie Louise. "It came like a vision, so fast and so sudden, the purpose, the potential, bursting with new life and colours I hadn’t seen"
A beautiful poem by Gemma Hellawell (@mywordship) encouraging us to embrace our unique selves and resist comparing ourselves and our lives to others.
A beautiful piece of poetry from our friends over at @sheisidentified, exploring our theme of Purpose. "There has to be something greater than this, some type of warmth, some type of bliss."
We just love this poem submitted by Abigail Rudibaugh. Who will speak for the trees? ”is good, but “Who will let the trees speak?” is better, if we are asking questions.
A deep, beautiful and touching poem written by Judith Kent. "Give me a love that reflects the synthesis of a paradise lost, when all creation was at one with you."
An intriguing poem submitted for our theme of relationships. You'll definitely want to give this one a read. We think you'll find yourself refreshed after reading this.
Have you ever looked at the person you are today and realised how you are shaped by your experiences of yesteryear? Rachel explores her past and present in this intriguing poem.
In this poem, our co-founder @zoeabernethy shares what she has come to learn about love after being married for 8 years. Give it a read and let us know what you think.
Sometimes we receive submissions anonymously. This beautiful poem explores the common question, 'What is love?' through the lens of failed romantic relationships. One we recommend reading.
An anonymous poem for our theme of prayer, inspired by the writer's experience of worship in church on Sunday. "Face inclined upwards, eyelids fluttered shut, hands wide open, palms facing up."