Jo Fuller

Press Service International

Jo Fuller lives on the beautiful Sunshine Coast with her husband, son and daughter.  Jo is a teacher with an education in journalism and early childhood who loves to spend time with her family and enjoys reading and writing whenever she can.

  • The Preparation Years

    What do Donald Trump, Ronald Reagan, and William H. Harrison all have in common?

  • The seven areas of societal influence

    In 1975, founder of Youth With A Mission, Loren Cunningham felt God was revealing to him the seven areas of influence within society that shape the way we live and think.

  • Perfectionism verses Excellence

    As someone who has fallen prey to the trap of perfectionism in the past, I had always found it a little confusing when reading about excellence as I used to think they were the same thing. But on my journey, I have discovered they are very different.

  • Cutting through the noise

    We live in a noisy world.

  • COVID-19 and the Clothing Impact

    COVID-19 has impacted many industries and the clothing industry is just one of them.

  • Faith verses fear

    As I sit and write this latest article, life as we know it is changing.

  • Lent 2020

    I was first introduced to the Lent season whilst working in a London school. As I didn’t have a background in a traditional denomination like Lutheran, Anglican or Catholicism,I learnt alongside the children all about Shrove (Pancake) Tuesday and Ash Wednesday.

  • What’s your word for the year 2020?      

    For the past 15 years or so I have chosen a single word for the New Year ahead. It is usually a word that represents a goal, focus or dream for the year ahead. If you haven’t done so before I encourage you to choose a word and ask your friends and family to join in too.

  • Golden moments amongst the mess

    Have you ever had an idea of how something is going to go and then reality happens, and it all goes quite differently? Whilst this happens at any stage of your life, I think it is especially true when you have small children.

  • Am I enough?

    I think we all can, at some point in our lives, wrestle with the question, “Am I enough?”