The Forgiveness Trek

The journey might be arduous, repetitive, and sometimes forced, but the road to forgiveness gives a worthwhile reward. .   .   . Start the Trek We recently watched the movie, “I Can Only Imagine” at church. Based upon his real-life testimony, the movie shows how Bart Millard sees his abusive father come to know Jesus, and … More The Forgiveness Trek

Embracing the Church

(Republished with permission from Press Service International, for Christian Today Australia)  How do we see the church? An institution, a people, political entity, place of healing, place of hurt, place of God’s presence, His bride? The church has been called many things, associated with both good and bad. In light of all this, how are we … More Embracing the Church

We Still Need Faith

(Republished with permission from Press Service International, for Christian Today Australia)  We have a lot of knowledge in our world; tools to see, understand and monitor things we once simply trusted. What then is the benefit of faith, or believing in things unseen? We still need faith today. It stirs up hope and reminds us that … More We Still Need Faith

No Words to Pray

When there are so many things to be thankful for, so much in the world that needs prayer, why is it that we sometimes seem lost for words to pray? Do we not know how to pray? Is it that there are just too many things to pray about; that we don’t know where to … More No Words to Pray

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