I’ve always loved King David. The early and quite difficult years were vital to allowing him to ‘Build to Last’ over a lifetime….
In order to build to last it is critical to find the place where we can trust God amidst all that life brings
Faith is proved genuine when it stands the test of time. In order to build to last we must invest deeply in strong foundations and build with care…
For 22 years we have served in Student ministry in Southampton. The ministry has looked quite different at different times but through it all we have had to walk by faith and not by sight.
In our ever-changing COVID19 world, how encouraging it is to remember that God is always true to His character, trustworthy and will not forsake us
At a time where there huge panic & anxiety about our world (e.g. Brexit, Coronavirus & recession) we must keep in perspective that God is still on His Throne…
To whom will we compare God? The Bible describes God as Incomparable and says that he jealously seeks the deserved worship of those He has made.
Fear freezes out faith. The valley of Eshkol helps us to think about we can move from a place of fear to a place of trusting God in faith…
The Valley of Baka as described in Psalm 84 represents a challenging period of our journey. There is however a promise here that as we rest in the presence of God we will find refreshing springs to help us on our way.
Continuing my exploration of valleys I am now considering the Valley of the Shadow of Death and how we need not fear because of the love, presence, care and provision of our Good Shepherd.