"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.
This beautiful devotion by Anu encourages us to reflect on the impact of our testimonies and how a changed, victorious, or transformed life transcends beyond us, alone.
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 Testimony by Zoe Abernethy on leadership, letting go and embracing the change God had for her. At times, I have tried to hold on to things that have brought me life in the past but are not for my ‘now’.
In this inspiring testimony by Christen Fox, she shares, "What I have learned over the last 7 years is the “uncomfortable” places we find ourselves are the places where we need God the most."
In this short devotion by Sara Price, she helps us to reflect on Mary's (the Mother of Jesus) 'yes' when we are faced with unexpected changes in our life.
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.
How do you handle change? Do you run from it or embrace the journey? In this testimony Ayana Symone shares part of her story with us. We recommend giving this wonderful piece a read.
An honest and reflective testimony by Rachael Birch. Be encouraged that "life’s circumstances have a way of teaching us things even when it doesn’t go according to plan".
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 beautiful poem by Gemma Hellawell (@mywordship) encouraging us to embrace our unique selves and resist comparing ourselves and our lives to others.
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.
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.
"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.
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.