Over cups of tea a story of a mountain conquered, a battle won is shared. And as it was quietly told, strength was given and the words "me too" exhaled. Faith is often time fought for in secret, in the quiet. But personal battles, personal victories can give strength and hope to others. Testimonies of God moving in… Continue reading Over the Teacups
"At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them." Anzac Day 2015. Across our land today people gathered together to the sound of the last bugle, to the roar of wartime planes flying overhead and canons firing in salute, to the minute's silence. We gathered to remember all those who fought in wars… Continue reading We will remember
A gathering. Laughter. Life. Love. Fluffy and light scones, jam and cream, tea - yes Devonshire tea. Daughters and Granddaughters together to remember a Mother, a grandmother. Much loved. Much missed. She would have loved it. Not just for the tea in the fine bone china cups but for the connection, the conversation, the sense… Continue reading Remember.
It is not often that I get to hail a London Cab and say "Heathrow Airport" please. But a few years ago, I was in London for work, and I got to do just that. My bags were loaded into the iconic cab and I settled back for the journey to Heathrow. My cab driver, as it turned… Continue reading Conversation with a Cab Driver
We need to turn up the volume of the testimonies in our lives and in the lives of others. Reminding ourselves of our testimonies stirs our faith. It reminds us that God has provided for us, answered our prayer, healed us. When we are feeling discouraged or up against a wall, remembering the testimonies strengthens us.… Continue reading Turn up the volume