This section contains articles on a variety of subjects written by members of the church as they seek to follow the Lord in their everyday lives. The aim is to produce a resource that will help us all in the daily challenges of living.
Jenny asks this question in her latest article and goes on to say, 'Being unoffendable is a choice' and 'Grace is how we do it'. Click the picture of the swans to read Jenny's insightful thoughts on this important subject.
The third part in Jen's series of articles on the Beatitudes focuses upon the third Beatitude, 'Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth'. Jen challenges us to look for signs of the potential 'Pharisee' that all of us have lurking inside.
In part 2 Jen describes the challenges of finding the way through the fog of our circumstances and asks, 'Are we still clinging onto the flashlight when facing challenges and sorrow or are we open to the blessings of letting God fill every space with His presence and comfort?
Jen is writing a series of articles about the Beatitudes. In part 1 she writes about coming to the end of ourselves and acknowledging our flaws to God. When we give God the broken pieces of our lives He will make us whole and into who He truly intends us to be. Click the picture of the Kintsugi pottery to read Jen's article.
When we cant find our way we need someone to show us, rather than giving us a complicated set of directions. Jesus never leaves us to get lost, He shows us the way himself. Click the picture of the path through the forest to read Jenny's latest article.
When life comes tumbling down it can be hard to see God's hand in the midst of the devastation and suffering.
Jenny shares the story of a small and delicate teacup found in the midst of the rubble of the 'Great Kanto' earthquake and considers the ways in which God gives us glimmers of hope in our times of distress.