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Meeting Jesus when we feel broken, afraid or full of doubt
Mary was distraught. She had come to the tomb and was shocked to find that Jesus’ body wasn’t there. We don’t know how long she stood there or what thoughts were spinning through her head but we do know that … Continue reading
Posted in Being honest about our faith, Bible, change, depression, Faith, Life experiences, Listening to God, Relationship with God, restoration, Resurrection Tagged brokenhearted, brokenness, Easter, Easter sunday, healing, Jesus is alive, john 20, pour our your hearts, resurrection of Jesus, The Lord is close to the brokenhearted, Your honesty will begin your healing Leave a comment
There’s a hole in my roof
Sadly we have had some vandalism at the church and a part of this has involved some tiles being ripped off the roof. This vandalism has resulted in a lot of time and effort being spent on repairs and securing … Continue reading
Do you ever feel like giving up?
Elijah had traveled all day in the desert heat and as evening came he collapsed, exhausted, terrified and broken and he prayed that God would let him die. He poured out his heart to God as he prayed, ‘I have had enough Lord’ he said. ‘Take … Continue reading
Posted in change, do not be afraid, Faith, God loves us, hope, Listening to God, restoration Tagged angel of the lord, be still and know that I am God, brokenness, do not be afraid, elijah, elijah runs away, freedom from fear, God restores, God speaks, healing, pour our your hearts, restoration, still small voice 1 Comment
Why do we make prayer so complicated?
She is only 9 years old but when she prayed for someone their bad back got better. She had been to a Scripture Union camp called The Wild One during which the children had the opportunity to pray for each other. We … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, God is with us, Life experiences, Prayer, Relationship with God Tagged healing, prayer, prayer is simple, scripture union, the wild one 3 Comments
Who does Jesus value most, the community leader or the outcast? Mark 5.21-43
Imagine you arrive in a town and a community leader asks you to help them. Consider how important you would feel as you traveled with them? As you are walking through the town you notice a down and out reaching out for … Continue reading
Old wax crayons, brokeness and restoration
A simple and creative illustration about restoration. Place broken pieces of wax crayon in a mould then bake it in an oven until the crayons melt and then let it set. These two pictures show the before and after. This … Continue reading