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Don’t Call Me A Christian

I don’t quite know how to express how I’m feeling at the moment, having watched Donald lay his hand on the Bible and reading about how he attended a prayer service before the inauguration. Over the years I’ve been quite vocal on one of my pet hates being people who judge others without knowing their heart, so I’m a bit conflicted by my feelings on this issue.

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From Paris to Cape Town…with love

Today I woke up knowing that thousands of people around the world were mourning the loss of life. Those who lost friends, family, partners in the unthinkable horror in Paris in a senseless act of violence. Those who lost friends, family, partners in the retaliation that took place in Northern Syria overnight. Those who lost loved ones this weekend to accidents, violence, illness and neglect. Daily there is loss of life and we seem to pick and choose the events that shake us. Those that drive us to change our profile pics, post a status update, retweet a comment or follow a hashtag. Read the rest of this entry

My Journey with God Through Grief: Anger

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Tomorrow (22nd September) will be the 4th Anniversary of my dad’s death. I’m sitting here trying to avoid writing this one because some days it’s still too raw. I don’t want to revisit this place of anger. For too long it was the most overwhelming of all emotions. At first when in denial (which you can read more about here) you don’t want to acknowledge the anger. It’s like this silent scream inside building up with nowhere to go. It still creeps up on me every now and then as these stages are emotions and they don’t happen in a linear way. They come and go and bleed into each other. Read the rest of this entry

A Few Things I Love About Life!

A few years ago a friend of mine had a 35th birthday and asked us all to bring a list of the 35 things we love about life with to the birthday dinner and then had us all share ours with with her. I started off by thinking there were not 35 things I could think of and that this would be a short list, but it’s funny how many little things make life worth living. So besides my hope in Jesus which tops everything and is a given, these are my 35 Things I love about life! (in no particular order) Read the rest of this entry

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