Have you ever been tempted to compare yourself to people in a different stage of life? Then maybe you will want to give this thoughtful testimony by Georgia Barrow a read.
Our pastor, Jonny Brennan, has shared with us part of his story about comparison. Read Jonny's powerful testimony about learning your true purpose.
"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.
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 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.
This devotion by Rachael Birch is full of zest, zeal, and a joy for life! If you're stuck in a bit of a rut and not too sure what to do about it, we suggest giving this one a read. You may find some inspiration.
A prayer written by our Co-founder Mim on the theme of purpose, inspired by several bible verses. We invite you to read over this prayer and, if it strikes a cord, to pray it yourself.
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."
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.
Mim believes we were never meant to do life alone and that true friends can be a real gift from God. But just like any relationship, whether family or romantic, sometimes friendships can take work.
A devotion by Anna Kettle. "When we act as if singleness is somehow God’s second best, it’s not only damaging to individuals, but it’s also entirely un-Biblical too."
A Devotion by Cathy Buntin reflecting on the theme of growth. Cathy encourages us to take some time out to check our spiritual health and provides some examples of how we can grow in our faith.
A lot of us have been there; do we turn our back on our faith, or keep on walking with God? In this vulnerable and heartfelt poem, Stacey from @thegatheredcollective explores this choice.
Mim reflects on the theme of growth in this poem she has submitted, called 'A meandering journey'. Drawing on her life experiences, Mim shares what growth means to her.
A testimony by Abi Nevill. From unanswered prayer to a miraculous healing from an eating disorder, Abi Nevill shares her testimony to explore the theme of growth. We recommend giving this one a read.
"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 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.
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.
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..."
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 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 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 devotion by Cathy. When I was a teenager many years ago I remember the night I gave my life to Christ as if it were only yesterday and the verse I received that night.
A poem and testimony by Julia Povall. As I lay in the hospital bed I was quite bound by my own imperfections and felt a total failure. Then I felt God's peace surround me...
A devotion by Bekki Flory. Growing up, we can begin to struggle as labels start to consume us. Don’t hold onto labels you don't want, or have outgrown, or that have never really been part of you at all.