This testimonial piece, submitted anonymously, is a powerful response to the wrongful perception that those with Mental Health Issues lack faith. Go give it a read.
In a social media picture perfect world, it can be easy to compare ourselves to others. In this honest piece Tracey Cross explores how comparison can goad us if we let it.
A vulnerable and honest testimony from Sara for our theme of comparison. Sara explores how comparison has impacted her life as a single woman without children.
A testimony full of insight. Marilyn shares with you what she has learnt about comparison and the benefits she received from taking a break from social media.
A poem by Jami D Johns. Let her take you on a journey through the other side of fear, to a place of true courage and intimacy. This beautiful poem is worth a read.
Phil shares a moving testimony about breaking through low confidence and family crises, to give God His rightful praise and embrace the comfort of His grace and power.
What happens when your plans are thrown completely off-course? An anonymous contributor writes about their own experience of unwelcome change and how the story of Joseph became their model for courage.
A powerful devotion encouraging us to pursue the words of our Creator - the "whispers from Heaven" that breathe new life and courage into our day to day.
A raw and beautiful testimony told from a hospital bed, written by our friend and church elder, Chris Rankin. This one is massively touching and we're sure it will bless you.
This short encouragement by @sheisidentified is wonderful. There can be moments in life that leave you in a state of 'Freefall' and you feel out of your depth and control. Worth a read.
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..."
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..."
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.
"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.