'...to lie awake at night alone at night, feeling like you're not doing this whole "life" thing right...' Awordsmith shares a spoken word exploring life, faith, and God's goodness in the midst of struggle.
A thought provoking and beautiful devotion full of authenticity. We fully recommend giving this submission a read. Thank you to @just_a_wordsmith for his words and submission.
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.
"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.
In a social media picture perfect world, it can be easy to compare ourselves to others. In this honest piece Tracey Cross explores how comparison can goad us if we let it.
A testimony full of insight. Marilyn shares with you what she has learnt about comparison and the benefits she received from taking a break from social media.
This short but dynamic piece by Anita offers different portions of scripture to help you face uncertainty, challenge, and worry, with confidence.
Phil Walker returns with a devotion brimming with insights and advice to help us face comparison head-on and find a new way through jealousy.
What happens when your plans are thrown completely off-course? An anonymous contributor writes about their own experience of unwelcome change and how the story of Joseph became their model for courage.
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.
"...there is something I call “Godly courage,” which every believer needs..." Read Melanie's full and affirming devotion, looking at how we build Godly courage into our lives.
"A little over a year ago I was stepping into something new. Something unlike anything I had ever done before." Read Grace's inspiring testimony of finding courage to answer God's call.
Phil explores what the bible has to say about worry and fear. Phil says "The Bible uses the phrase ‘Do not fear’ over 80 times. 80 times! I think He’s trying to tell us something there."
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 beautiful art piece and devotion by Rebecca Flory (@flamingoandlioness) encouraging us to seek and listen to the voice of truth, when anxiety comes to try and overwhelm us.
"If I asked you what your greatest fear was, what would you say?" This devotion by Phil Walker, helps us to explore the fears that hold us back in our life and encourages us to come to God.
An honest and vulnerable devotion by Desiree Taylor. In this piece Desiree recounts the weaknesses and limitations she has and how with the support of God she gets through these.
The world can be a noisy place with many distractions looking for our attention. This brilliant devotions encourages us to live out our purpose despite the distractions.
A testimony by Sara Price on what she learnt from giving up makeup at Lent. "Stripped of the glitz and glam I analysed whether or not I was truly close to The Lord."
A devotion written by John Hawksworth from National Youth for Christ, UK. John talks about the power of purpose and what can come from our lives as a result of seeking after it.
This beautiful hand lettered submission was submitted to us over Instagram by @jouwletters for our theme of Purpose. What do you think of this quote?
A Devotion by Rachael Birch. "How often, when we pray, do we talk to God about the plight of people across the globe? How informed are we? If we’re honest...how much do we really care?"
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 Devotion by Gabriela Yareliz Gonzalez. "while prayer doesn’t guarantee healing, material blessings, or affirmative answers, it does do something. Read on to find out more.
The second part of Phil Walker's Devotion Series: Growing Pains. Even when God isn’t stretching us through the things we face, we can still choose to grow our spiritual muscles.
A Devotion by Jessica Shipton. You’ve heard it all before: when one door closes, another opens. But, it’s often hard to be optimistic about the prospects of a new door opening when one has just closed.
Part one in a two part series. A devotion by Phil Walker exploring the theme of growth. Do we grow from the hard things we experience in life? Phil explores the idea in this thoughtful piece.
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...?