Hand Out

Hands are amazing. They give, they receive, they create, they hurt, they heal, they bless, they comfort and they are ours. We are often reminded that we are “the hands and feet” of Christ, something taken from the passages that affirm us as the body of Christ, as His harvesters and as His workers. We … More Hand Out

Daughter, your faith

In the gospels, there are many stories of Jesus healing people and performing miracles. So numerous are the accounts that the John tells us if they were all written, “even the world itself could not contain the books that would be written”. Some of Jesus’ miracles, however, are recorded in all the gospels and while … More Daughter, your faith

Harvest.

This year has been a year of harvest. I love those times when God’s promises ripen and we get to taste the fruit of His faithfulness, our eyes opened to see His perfect plans worked out. This year has been filled with such fruits. While some ripened throughout the year, others had been ripening for … More Harvest.

Resilient Hope

Everyone has a story – a moment, or a series of moments, which define their present situation. Their situation influences their life, and their life resonates their heart. We are surrounded by people everyday, and during my days in general practice, I have really appreciated what is in each person’s story. People are resilient. That … More Resilient Hope

Titus, my true son

My sister and I are currently on a sister holiday to Japan. During this time, we thought we would try to memorise some of the book of Titus. As you do, we started from the beginning. Reading through Paul’s greeting to Titus, we discovered just how much this initial greeting reveals about the gospel. [Titus … More Titus, my true son