A short devotion and prayer written by our co-founder, Mim. Sharing from her own experience, Mim has written a short morning prayer to raise when anxiety is loud.
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.
What do you do when fear comes knocking at your door? Drawing on passages from the bible, Cathy Buntin shares her response to the subject of fear in this short devotion.
A truly powerful spoken word written and performed by Charlene Nelson. This is powerful, hard hitting and inspiring. We're sure this one will speak to you.
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."
A Testimony by Anri. With every battle, and every giant you face, a growing process happens.Growing a dependency on Christ takes time, and patience, and endurance.
"Before I tell you how that lie was born, and how it died, let me paint a little picture of my life under its banner." In this Testimony, Rachel reflects on her battle with a lie that followed her for 20 years.
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.
A personal reflection by Anri. Whether it’s something small you are facing, or the biggest battle you have faced thus far, the end result will always be the same: God will never leave you.
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 devotion by Mim. Isn't it funny that in surrender, rather than striving, we find the ability to fight our battles? It sounds like they shouldn't go together, right? An oxymoron.
A testimony by Cathy. "When my husband died, following a brain tumour, I was left to bring up my ten year old daughter and thirteen year old son. I encountered the greatest spiritual battle ever."
A testimony by Sydney Stephens. When we stand on the battle field, we must never forget that we stand on the winning side. The victory is ours, friend. Let the battle rage on.
We love to share the diverse nature our contributors explore their faith here on Print Collective. Check out this piece of art and reflection by Katherine Prince.
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".
A devotion By Rebecca Flory. "We may be sinking into deep depression or losing our faith. We may not want to admit to anyone, especially ourselves, that we need help. Dear friend I’ve been here..."
Looking for a short story to read? Look no further! Submitted by Rachel for our theme of battles, this is an exhilarating and exciting creative writing piece. Let us know what you think.
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.
A Devotion by Anna Kettle on the theme of battles. Anna shares her thoughts on how we can discover His peace in the midst of the raging battles of life. Read on for some encouragement.
An honest and beautiful marriage testimony by Niki Chiles. Thank you to Niki for sharing a piece of your story with us. Here Niki tells the tale of the day she saw her "picture-perfect American dream" shatter.
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 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 devotion by Lynn Roberts. Our identity can be so easily knocked and cleverly redefined yet it’s purpose, when true, is to free you and to propel you into all God has for you.