Sometimes God has to catch my attention. I am running towards His kingdom – that “one thing”, that one hope, that one great desire found in the beauty of His face. Yet in my running, I get tired, distracted, busy and in some seasons, forgetful of the reason for my running. I am living “Martha”, … More The Pursuit
There is great conflict in the world, great affliction and suffering, some of which we cannot comprehend. The news is filled with reports of hate, jealousy, murder, wars and betrayal. There is a battle for land, a battle for power and a battle in the spiritual realms. What do we do in this time? How … More How shall we pray?
This weekend, my husband and I attended a health update conference. The last speaker spoke about relationships, giving advice about how we could counsel our patients towards lasting relationships and marriages. In the last three weeks, our church has been going through principles for a healthy marriage. There is a large industry committed to relationship … More “I do” to who?
TEN SNAPSHOTS OF JESUS’ DEATH AND RESURRECTION There are so many events leading up to, during the death of Jesus and in His resurrection which are bursting with revelation. The Son of Man, and Son of God – Jesus – came for a purpose, and that purpose was found at the cross. Here are just ten … More The wine, the cross, and the holes
When I think about the history of Israel, I think of an ocean flowing with waves of victory in between dips of defeat. Israel has suffered and overcome, been exiled and returned, been weak and strong, dishearted and passionate. Nations have called them abandoned, and nations have called them blessed. In the history of Israel, … More Israel: What is Your Name?
I’ve watched a couple of DVDs this week, lent to me by one of the families in Naracoorte. One DVD, produced by Andre Djaoui, tells the story of Israel – its land, its people and Jerusalem. It is called “Israel, My Home”. I watched it, expecting to be awed by the beautiful panoramic views of … More Falling in Love with Israel