A short story for our theme of Courage. Rachel writes about a prisoner whose imagination becomes a new weapon against hopelessness. A quick, interesting read!
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.
We are happy to publish anonymous submissions and this is a lovely one! Submitted under the theme of weakness, this poem takes an alternative view to the world's view of weakness.
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 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 beautiful piece of artwork and poetry submitted by the talented Katie Louise. "It came like a vision, so fast and so sudden, the purpose, the potential, bursting with new life and colours I hadn’t seen"
A beautiful poem by Gemma Hellawell (@mywordship) encouraging us to embrace our unique selves and resist comparing ourselves and our lives to others.
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 beautiful testimony by Leah Kerr on her journey with creativity. We think this testimony will resonate with a lot of you creatives out there. Worth a read for sure!
We just love this poem submitted by Abigail Rudibaugh. Who will speak for the trees? ”is good, but “Who will let the trees speak?” is better, if we are asking questions.
A beautiful collection of art by Rachel Relaford (@Godworkshealingarts on Instagram) and King's Way Church Worship Art Connect Group. You need to see this impressive collection.
Written by Rebecca Flory. This short story follows the life of a fragile seed and the journey it went on before becoming a vibrant flower, under the loving care and dedication of 'The Gardener'.
A story by Zoe Abernethy. When I met her she was bruised. Her eyes gave it away, that it wasn’t just physically. I could tell she had gone the distance, not only with her feet, but also with her heart.
A short story by Andy Abernethy. "I was pure, and I walked myself home that night, unaccompanied by the delights that I morbidly deny myself during the daylight hours".
A testimony by Jenny. I stood at the back of church, tears streaming down my face as I struggled to sing the words to the worship song. How could God make something beautiful out of me?
A testimony by Nathaniel Alsop. During childhood, I was caught up in the ongoing saga of trying to work out my identity. This led me to trying out a few incorrect solutions, one of which was porn.