Church Walk SOS

In the remote mountains of Gheralta, Ethiopia, a Christian Priest, called Haylesilassie, makes a daily journey to his church, Saint Abuna Yemata. This is no ordinary journey as the church is carved into the side of a cliff, above a staggering 250 metre drop. The climb includes a 10 metre vertical section and Haylesilassie climbs... Continue Reading →

Remember Romania

I’ll never forget the time when I first heard about Romania. It was in the late 80’s and I was around 8 years old. A lady came to visit our church and share her story about being a missionary in Romania. She told us about the thousands of babies and children that were being abandoned... Continue Reading →

Bridge to the past

My eldest daughter goes to a school in the City centre. It’s only a 7 mile journey but during rush hour, it can take us an hour to get there and can be quite stressful driving in all of the traffic. One morning, I was doing the usual school run when all of a sudden,... Continue Reading →

The 2,000 Mile Meal

Matthew 25:35 For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in. ‘Tuesday Talk’ is all about sharing News stories that grab my attention, providing me with something to reflect on and today’s feature from... Continue Reading →

All Girls Allowed

A BBC news article about ‘Asia’s unwanted girls’ caught my attention today. I was totally shocked and devastated to read how, in some parts of India, women were choosing to have sex-selective abortions in favour of having a boy. The article went on to say that more care was given to boys and that girls... Continue Reading →

Rebuilding the temple

The UK is well known for it’s magnificent church buildings. No matter which city you visit, there will most certainly be an ancient church building, planted in a prominent and focal position. My nearest city is Lichfield and is well known for it’s three-spired cathedral. The tallest spire stands at almost 252 feet, meaning wherever... Continue Reading →

This is not a drill

Hawaii residents were thrown into a state of panic on Saturday morning, (January 13th) after receiving warnings to take immediate shelter from the threat of a Ballistic missile. The message said this: Emergency Alert. Ballistic Missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill. Can you imagine the shock and fear... Continue Reading →

The War against Acid

It’s been all over the news just lately, acid attacks around the world are on the rise. An absolutely horrific and heinous crime that seeks, not only to kill but to maim, disfigure and scar a person’s face and body for life. Not only does the acid burn and damage skin tissue, it can even... Continue Reading →

Tuesday Talk 2nd January 2018

It’s been a real blessing to read, over the last few days, your goals and aspirations for 2018.I’d love to share with you a few of my goals for 2018: To continue to pursue God in every area of my life To spend more quality time with my husband, Jon and my daughters, Layla &... Continue Reading →

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