A short devotion and prayer written by our co-founder, Mim. Sharing from her own experience, Mim has written a short morning prayer to raise when anxiety is loud.
"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.
Packed with vulnerability, honesty and Godly wisdom, Becky Beresford has submitted this beautiful testimony to us. "I could feel my chest begin to pound. Panic was rearing its ugly head..."
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 Testimony by one of our Co-Founders, Zoe Abernethy. "Every now and then I feel prompted to pray a prayer that I know will change my life. These prayers are the hardest for me to pray.
A poem by Georgia Barrow, exploring the theme of prayer. What does prayer mean to you? To Georgia it means that she will speak and be heard. Have a read of this lovely poem.
A Prayer by Phil Walker. Do you struggle with prayer? Phil talks about his own relationship with prayer in this submission. "Is prayer really a conversation rather than a monologue?"
In this testimony, Mim recalls her first 'real' experience with God as a child and ponders on the mystery of unanswered prayer in her life. What are your thoughts on this piece?
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?"
A poem by Alex for our theme of prayer - beautiful in it's simplicity and hidden depth. "Hands open. I seek your will, your voice, your path. Heart open. Who needs Your Love today?"
How's this for creativity? Our launch team member, Rachel, has written a creative retelling of the Lord's prayer. We love the uniqueness of this one. What do you think?
Are you looking for a testimony on prayer? In this piece, Anri, tells her story of the answered prayers in her life and how they have blessed others. "Jesus is the centre key of it all."
In this devotion, Georgia reflects on an instance of a lost key-card and what it taught her about prayer. "Tucked away in the glove compartment of our heart, there is God..."
Hard times come to us all. Do you have hope? Zoe does "I can have hope, because I can see God has been faithful every step of the way." We pray this testimony resurrects hope to those who read this.
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.
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.
Some prayers only need few words but they say a lot. For Zoe Abernethy, writing this one down was about capturing a moment of clarity so that she would never forget God in the midst of this past season of her life.
A devotion by Lynn Roberts. Our identity can be so easily knocked and cleverly redefined yet it’s purpose, when true, is to free you and to propel you into all God has for you.