James Garth, a Dad of Minecrafting boys, an aerospace engineer, digs into what Minecraft reveals about ourselves, and perhaps a bigger picture.
This is Joy, I bought her at the Melbourne Markets. She may seem like an unusual purchase but I love her. She is a permanent reminder for me that no matter how I am feeling, I can always make a positive impact on someone else. The blog writing side of my photography business is Essential […]
I was doing some long overdue editing this afternoon and I came across this shot of the roots. As I was looking at it, I started thinking about the things in our lives that become roots. The bible is full of instructions about the ways to avoid having things that shouldn’t be there take root […]
In last week’s blog, I spoke about not letting the log or the hard time you are in spoil the view around you. We can tend to be so fixated on what is right in front of us that we forget to look at the bigger picture. You can read more about that here. This week […]
We have such a great responsibility as worship leaders to stand in the gap for others, drawing them deeper into His presence. You are there with purpose.
Gold Lounge access. Finally! But what if I’d gotten it wrong? What if that pass didn’t give the level of access that I was hoping for?
This week I went back to photography for inspiration for my blog. The photo that I have used is one that I took on my recent trip to Tasmania. It is from one of my favourite spots – Liffey Falls. Every single time I stand in this spot, I think the same thing “I love […]
Looking for the best Bible Studies for Women? Here are 10 great topical, book and daily Bible study books your’e sure to love!
Last week I wrote a little bit about how my family is in an in between season and it’s a struggle at times. You can read more about that here. We have a few things ending and no clear direction on where we are heading. I am not great at leaping into the great unknown and […]
What does it mean to live in poverty? If you pictured a young family living in a crowded makeshift community in India, you’d be right. However, that image alone isn’t the full picture of this vast and unjust human experience that we call poverty. We’re a nation built on equality; equality of opportunity and giving […]