“Forgiveness does not negate accountability” It is not un-Christian to hold someone or an organisation accountable when they have stepped out of line.
Wow, 365/365! What a year 2019 has been. Many will say ‘she had a really bad, tough, hard year’. My response to them is 2019 has been the most incredible year of my life thus far. It is a year that I can fully say, finishing with life is more important than finishing with accolades. … Continue reading Finish 2019 Empty!
We should never come with an approach of ‘I know it all’ and ‘I’ve heard it all’. We must remain open and teachable, even before scriptures that we may have read hundreds of times.
Rest is not supposed to be this thing that you collapse into after an exhausting day or season. Rest is supposed to be your starting point. God doesn’t just give strength, He IS strength and He is in me.
Technology is a tool and like any tool it can be used for good or for bad. A knife can be used for cooking, a hammer or axe for building, but both can be used for harm. The tool has no morals or values, it is the user that brings their morals and values to the use of that tool. This is the same with technology.
The psychologist in me makes me understand another aspect of the use of technology as a tool. Anything that we use creates or exerts a degree of change in us, whether we realise it or not. For example, when you constantly use a pen or knife, after a while you may see an impression on your hands and fingers. Similarly, our use of technology creates impression marks on our minds which primes us for future activities, decisions, habits, expectations and relationships.
Gossip; Casual or unconstrained conversation or reports about other people, typically involving details which are not confirmed as true. Have you ever been accused of gossip? Ever had your words taken out of context and spread as gossip? Have you ever accused someone of gossiping or of saying something that didn't sit right with you? … Continue reading Dealing with gossip from the root | ‘He said, She said’
I'm Selfish... Let me rephrase that. I may appear ‘selfish’ to others and you may appear selfish too…but that’s okay. You’re not a selfish person by the dictionary’s standards. The staunch definition of selfish is: devoted to or caring for oneself; concerned primarily with one's own interests, benefits, welfare, etc., regardless of others. I agree with the definition minus the last part that says, ‘regardless of others’ or ‘at the expense of others’. I … Continue reading ‘I’m Selfish…’
#SamsonChallenge - Day Three Read: Judges 14:12-20, Genesis 16:1-12 Samson was so proud of his victory over the Lion that he made a riddle to summarise the event and asked the 30 relatives of his bride to try and solve it, in exchange for some suave garments. The men were unable to solve the riddle … Continue reading #SamsonChallenge – Day Three
Some of us are still dating our past life and romancing the feeling of bitterness when we remember our past hurts.It's easy to become bitter when we feel that we've been wronged by someone - whether it was an ex-boyfriend who belittled you, a friend who misused your trust or a parent who wasn’t there. … Continue reading The Case of The Ex
Hi Everyone! I hope you're all well! I have a few events that I'd like to invite you to for the month of April in chronological order. If you have any upcoming Christian events you'd like me to share on my blog, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a press release and a poster. THE RELATIONSHIP TOOLBOX Theme: 10 … Continue reading Upcoming Events in April and Vocal Workshops in May