The turning of the New Year often brings a heap of new hopes, dreams and expectations. Often however these prove to be unfulfilled and burdensome. Jesus however says that His Yoke is easy and His burden is light.
Paul’s relationship with Timothy is an inspirational example of how to invest deeply in the lives of others.
There are plenty of lessons to learn from the returning exiles who rebuilt the temple and the walls of Jerusalem amidst fierce opposition. As we emerge from the pandemic how do we too build back and engage with God in a process of spiritual restoration and renewal?
The nations have always been on God’s heart and in this post I reflect a little on the promises God made to Abraham and how we too get to play our part in that as those promises continue to be fulfilled in and through our lives
What does it look like to finish well? Both Jacob and Joseph are great examples of men of faith who finished well as they passed on to the next generation…
As we live through another national lockdown one thing we really need is resilience: not to fight for a return to the status quo but to continue trusting God amidst all that comes our way
Life of Joseph Blog 3/3: Here we see how Joseph finished well by bringing his family back together, leading with integrity and passing on to the next generation.
The middle years of Joseph’s life are very testing (sold, betrayed, falsely accused, imprisoned). Rather than leaving him bitter these 13 challenging years were the making of Joseph
Learning through life is critical if we are to grow in faith, hope and life. This blog begins a brief mini-series on the Life of Joseph which itself is a case study on how to build to last
I’ve always loved King David. The early and quite difficult years were vital to allowing him to ‘Build to Last’ over a lifetime….