A memoir on spinsterhood unveils a life without the common family structure and reflects on a society that inherently alienates the single and childless.
Love goes through phases and stages, and you don’t always have that fluttery feeling, but that doesn’t mean that love’s not there.
We can’t just sit around and hope to magically have this strong faith and trust. If you want a better relationship with God, you have to take action.
I’ve discovered the world has two types of people. Realising that some people are relational and others are tasky, helped me to be a better friend.
As the day closed I looked on as those around me returned home; mothers, tradesmen, students, businessmen and grandmas. All with their own lives.
“We haven’t got everything right,” I said, “But our church community has been amazing at helping people and being a family.”
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 […]
My constant prayer is that our earthly marriage will end by death or by Jesus’ return, marriages end for so many reasons other than those two things.
As a result of his wartime experiences, Dad had a thing about speed, machines and death. And he over-compensated in a lovely kind of way.