A beautiful collection of Christian poetry. Uplifting, inspiring and thought provoking Christian poems.
A poem by Georgia Barrow, exploring the theme of prayer. What does prayer mean to you? To Georgia it means that she will speak and be heard. Have a read of this lovely poem.
A poem by Alex for our theme of prayer - beautiful in it's simplicity and hidden depth. "Hands open. I seek your will, your voice, your path. Heart open. Who needs Your Love today?"
Sometimes we don't need to use a lot of words. Sometimes a short but compelling thought is more than enough. Read this beautiful verse by Mary Rockhill, on the theme of prayer.
A poem by Jenifer Jones. Have you ever wanted to resist growth because you know it will be difficult and uncomfortable? May you find encouragement in this beautifully written poem.
Heartfelt, vulnerable and honest, this poem explores the sometimes painful journey of growth: the dark of new beginnings ending with the glimpse of hope that comes from knowing God.
A lot of us have been there; do we turn our back on our faith, or keep on walking with God? In this vulnerable and heartfelt poem, Stacey from @thegatheredcollective explores this choice.
Mim reflects on the theme of growth in this poem she has submitted, called 'A meandering journey'. Drawing on her life experiences, Mim shares what growth means to her.
Rachel Birch has submitted this poem 'Streetlife', exploring the very real reality of 'homelessness'. Hard-hitting and beautifully written this poem challenges us to not turn a blind eye.
Submitted to explore the themes of battles, a Poem by Marlize B. "A conqueror princess is never fully dressed without her armour. With her six piece outfit, this darling knows nothing can harm her..."
A poem by Zoe Abernethy, exploring the lies and deceipt that we can sometimes believe. "I can see it now. You’ve told me many lies. Just the way you lied to Eve, you lied to me".
We love when people from across the world approach us to submit a piece of their creative work. Edward Holmes has submitted this piece to explore the theme of battles.
A short poem and reflection by Marilyn (@mywalkhiswisdom on Instagram) on the theme of battles. It’s truly amazing, the strength that comes from having a relationship with God.
Jen hadn't written a poem since school and emailed to ask if we would like to publish her work, the answer was Yes! Jen's poem, Voices, explores the voice of God and that of lies.
A Poem written by Zoe Abernethy. This thought provoking piece explores the difference between lines that we draw ourselves, defining what is acceptable and what is not, and God's lines.
Evocative and thought provoking, Tentmaker has been written by Rachel as part of the exploration of our theme in February: Boundaries. "Bonds are not chains..."
In this beautiful and honest poem, Zoe talks about ego, temptation and what it took to shut the door on the things in her life that were unhealthy and damaging.
A poem by Rachel Birch to help us reflect on how we can put limits on those around us. Rachel's poem explores not letting anyone tell you what you can or can't achieve.
In this creative writing poem, Mim, explores healthy boundaries in relationships, whether that be platonic friendships, or romantic relationships, you decide!
A poem and testimony by Julia Povall. As I lay in the hospital bed I was quite bound by my own imperfections and felt a total failure. Then I felt God's peace surround me...
A poem by Marilyn, "Who is she? She glides through life weightless and ethereal, her presence magnetic". Find more of Marilyn's work on Instagram @mywalkhiswisdom.
A poem by Stacey at The Gathered Collective. I know my identity, it swells with pride inside me. A destiny awaiting me, and in that comes, a fresh, an atonement, a price for what I did.
A Poem by Rachael Birch including video recording. "Where are you? "Here I am. Can't you see me? I am hidden in my busy-ness. I am running from here to there. Always something to do, someone to see..."
A poem by Zoe Abernethy. I am more than the sum of every high and every low. I am more than my achievements and the things I choose to show. I am more than my choices, the wrong and the right.