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.
A devotional by Phil. Let’s be honest, we’ve all broken boundaries before. In one area or another, we’ve stepped over the line. However, here is the good news!
A Devotional by Anri. Our human nature seems to be to oppose boundaries, however, we should realise that God’s boundaries are set in place to guide us into the right direction.
A devotion by Cathy. When you hear the word boundaries, what do you think? I almost think it has the same impact on me as the word 'discipline'! Something that is set to spoil things...
Part three of Phil Walker's series on boundaries. "What is our motivation for setting and sticking to boundaries? Is it to serve ourselves, or to honour God?"
A spoken word piece by Rachaell Birch. Is it possible to go backwards in time to when life was simpler? A time when people communicated in person rather than through a phone...?
Part two in Phil's devotional series discussing setting boundaries. Phil offers some general advice he has found useful himself. Read on to learn more and don't forget to leave feedback.
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 devotion by Phil Walker. Most of us will have thought about what we consider to be acceptable sexually and then tried our best not to cross these lines. Read more in part 1 of this series.
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!