“How was I going to keep reminding myself that I was on this journey when life was so busy with other things? ” Continue with Julie on her rediscovery of an English Christmas, and how to use it to draw closer to Jesus.
I used to make a whole row of Christmas puddings (recipe included in this post).
Don’t forget though – while you are weighing and stirring, let it stir in your heart a longing for the true Christmas . . .
It is still November – but Christmas is coming! So a suggestion for you, especially if you also are finding things a little difficult this year. . .
“Right. Between. The eyes.”
Admonished by the words of a song – Matt shares with us the wonderful sense of peace we can have in Jesus.
Our Ark Pantry blog has Matt writing for us for the first time today.
“I’ve been listening to Christmas music recently – and no, I’m not even sorry. But why am I listening to Christmas songs in October? “
“Hello friends” – we all have them. Today we explore these superficial kind of friendships and consider taking them further.
Picking up from a number of things shared recently Julie encourages us this week to take baby steps to bring us closer in our walk with Jesus.
Sarah shares a personal milestone with us today with a new name – and how the considerations of that have led her to investigate the names of God.
ZOOM church is just not the same is it?
Or are you just “ZOOMED OUT” as the phrasing goes these days?
This post is an honest compilation of thoughts, feelings, snippets I have heard and a bit of imagination presented to inspire you to think – I hope.
A ‘must read’ today on the blog as Kate explains more about living with a chronic illness, and how she still trusts in a God who is good, who loves, and is still in control.