The therapeutic benefit of closing my bedroom door has never ceased to amaze me
Losing Joseph in Genesis and gaining Moses in Exodus seems like a reasonable exchange to me, though one that isn’t without tears. The emotional crescendo of the Genesis narrative is one of the most moving parts of the Bible because it’s capped with the stunning revelation that God’s sovereign goodness included preserving a pagan multitudeContinue reading “The Heart of a Sojourner – the mental health of a Christian”
“It’s a tragedy that the young girl died but I hope you’re not insinuating that her depression was demonic”, commented the cheeky-and-rather-deceived-young-upstart of an individual.
A Process of Healing ‘But for you who fear my name, the Sun of Righteousness will rise with healing in his wings. And you will go free, leaping with joy like calves let out to pasture.’ Malachi 4:2 Four years ago I started praying for answers to major family difficulties that Nick and I hadContinue reading “In His Wings”
As a ‘creative type’ I normally love watching X-Factor – it’s often funny, entertaining and occasionally inspiring. But last week I was disgusted by it. I was disgusted by the lie of the devil to a generation of young people who are being treated like ‘talent meat’ while their hearts are puffed up or crushed.Continue reading “X Factor – Cattle Market Crush #1”
Whoever said that men can’t multi-task was very wrong! I recently walked into a public toilet to witness perhaps the best example of multi-tasking I have ever seen: a bloke urinating at a urinal whilst holding his mobile phone with his other hand busy replying to a text, or a tweet, or whatever else thatContinue reading “Mobile or ‘Mobill’?”