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Keep it simple

It has been a while since our last post. This is how it goes in life, sometimes you chat to your friends on a daily basis and other times, weeks or even months can go by without so much as a hello. Our prayer lives encounter the same ups and downs as life happens. I… Continue reading Keep it simple

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Everyday Life · faith · religion

This is my thing. by Corron Bowers

If you think about it, writing down your prayers in the form of a diary entry sounds very time consuming and irrelevant.  I mean it’s not like you’re going to read it again or refer back to an entry in your future? Ever since I started having a relationship with God, that is what I… Continue reading This is my thing. by Corron Bowers

Everyday Life · faith · religion

Rise up to the challenge

I am no Kari Jobe, by any stretch of the imagination, but I put myself out there, a lot of times very uncertain about my ability to even just sound OK. God does not call the qualified, He qualifies the called. I know that I am called by God to serve His people, we all are, and therefore if we step up to the platform and avail ourselves to be used by Him, as His vessels, He qualifies us!

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Bridging the gap – our big move (part II)

It has been one month since we received the confirmation that we will be relocating to the UK, and boy, what a month it has been! We fine combed all the contracts (thank goodness Aaron is a lawyer!), we sat in queues for hours to apply for official document (not to mention the money spent… Continue reading Bridging the gap – our big move (part II)

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What does it mean to guard your heart?

If your house starts to burn down what would you grab first? Your dog, wedding album, grandma’s pearls or that trash can you wanted to empty out earlier? I am 100% convinced it’s not the last option. We do not value trash, we take it out once a week, leave it outside, unprotected, until someone… Continue reading What does it mean to guard your heart?