(Republished with permission from Press Service International, for Christian Today Australia) Superpowers come in many shapes and sizes. There are the heroes who wield thunder, fire, water and otherwordly weapons. There are also the heroes cast into their role; overcomers who learn to conquer their fears and lay themselves down to protect others. Many heroes keep … More Everyone has a superpower
(Republished with permission from Press Service International, for Christian Today Australia) What is it like to carry the life and light of Christ within us? I think about my pregnancy, the nine months of carrying a growing life within me, treasuring the kicks and changes along the way. There were times of discomfort, but they pale … More Carrying Life
There are times when we will be seen, and times when what we do or experience will be unseen. I have come to understand there is a place for both of these things, and that the way God sees this is different from what we naturally perceive with our human eyes. 1 Samuel describes, “… … More Something hidden, something seen
(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
A year has gone by since I travelled to Cambodia, and God spoke to me about some new seasons. I wasn’t able to go on the trip this year, but came across this passage in [Romans 12:5-8] when putting together a presentation for others who were going. “…so we, being many, are one body in … More Serve According to Grace
A dream come true, once-in-a lifetime achievement, miracle healing: all these are possibilities that can become truth. What does it feel like to touch the impossible, to believe for it, to see it actually happen? We sing that God is God of the impossible. We declare that He makes those impossible things possible. Do we … More Transforming the Impossible
Shepherd to hero, fugitive to king, greatly loved but also greatly disciplined, at peace and at war; this was the life of King David. It always amazes me to look at David’s life, marvel at the stressors he must have experienced, and yet see the joy and hope he maintained in God. Alongside David, Paul … More Could it be joy?