A devotion by Cathy Buntin. This short devotion focuses on the story of Esther and encourages us to consider, are we also here for such a time as this?
Another beautiful hand lettered submission by @jouwletters. We hope its words encourage you and the work itself inspires you to try your hand at making beautiful art.
The world can be a noisy place with many distractions looking for our attention. This brilliant devotions encourages us to live out our purpose despite the distractions.
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 testimony by Zoe Abernethy. Have you ever come to the end of your own strength and needed to surrender the situation to God to claim your victory? Zoe has....
Shilah from @goodbadmoms shares her story on what she learnt when waiting for a baby. "I dedicated my future child to God long before I knew whether I would ever end up pregnant."
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 devotion written by John Hawksworth from National Youth for Christ, UK. John talks about the power of purpose and what can come from our lives as a result of seeking after it.
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.
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 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.