A fresh word on courage and how it looks for us in modern day culture. Leanne shares what courage means to her in 2019 in the Western world. Do you agree with her definition?
This testimony by Rachael Birch is one to read if ever we feel like fear is trying to have the upper hand in our lives. This testimony reflects on the truth of who God says we are.
This is a really beautiful poem written by Zachary over at @poeticweston for our theme of weakness. This one truly touched us and we highly recommend you give it a read.
Written by Zoe Abernethy. Ever asked yourself what your purpose in life is? Why you are here? If you're questioning your purpose in life we suggest you give this one a read.
A deep, beautiful and touching poem written by Judith Kent. "Give me a love that reflects the synthesis of a paradise lost, when all creation was at one with you."
This beautiful piece of artwork by Fran (@fran_letters) looks at our relationship with God. Based on Psalm 84:10, Fran asks the question, how much do we treasure our 1-1 time with God?
A devotion by Andy Abernethy on the theme of marriage and enduring love. "My experience of marriage has helped me develop more as a person than I ever could on my own."
An intriguing poem submitted for our theme of relationships. You'll definitely want to give this one a read. We think you'll find yourself refreshed after reading this.
A short story remembering those little moments in life through a different lens. The first time you met your partner. That chance meeting with a stranger in a coffee shop...
Sometimes we receive submissions anonymously. This beautiful poem explores the common question, 'What is love?' through the lens of failed romantic relationships. One we recommend reading.
A devotion by Kyle. In this piece she shares what it has looked like for her to cultivate healthy relationships in her life; bravely sharing some of the trials she has walked through.
A powerful spoken word piece exploring having a mother's heart not only for those that are biologically ours but for those children who need to know the love of their creator God.
An anonymous poem for our theme of prayer, inspired by the writer's experience of worship in church on Sunday. "Face inclined upwards, eyelids fluttered shut, hands wide open, palms facing up."
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?"
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'.
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 creative writing poem, Mim, explores healthy boundaries in relationships, whether that be platonic friendships, or romantic relationships, you decide!