Life Cannot Hide

My husband and I have been nesting. Our house has been completely reorganised and everything is nicely tucked away from future baby’s curious hands (we think). For now, I can still hide that growing little bump, but in a few more weeks it will become more pronounced. Looking at maternity clothes, I realise that life … More Life Cannot Hide

Finding God in the Clutter

(Republished with permission from Press Service International, for Christian Today Australia) Life can get cluttered. Amidst dreams, responsibilities, relationships, lifestyles and opportunities, how do we distinguish what is God, and what is distraction? My husband and I were recently reflecting on the last decade on our lives; all the changes, experiences and things we had learnt. … More Finding God in the Clutter

A Real Rejoicing

What happens when people rejoice together? It is one thing to congratulate and to wish somebody well, but to wholly rejoice with one another is an incredible blessing. [Romans 12] speaks about having a genuine and brotherly love for one another. Verses 12-15 say: ” Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer. … More A Real Rejoicing

Always on Call

(Republished with permission from Press Service International, for Christian Today Australia)  One evening, I got a call-out to see a patient. It was a busy day and already getting late, but I knew the patient would appreciate me coming as opposed to calling out a locum. As I parked the car and prepared to do this … More Always on Call

Make Me a Servant

5 years ago, I walked down the aisle to marry my husband. The music playing in the background was Maranatha Singers’ “Make Me a Servant”. Well, servanthood is something we are still growing in, and there is a joy in it we are still discovering. .   .   . Why should we be servants? I thought … More Make Me a Servant