Sharma Taylor

Press Service International

Sharma Taylor is a corporate attorney with a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Law from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. She won the 2017 Basil Sellers International Young Writers prize in the Press Service International young writer program, the 2019 Tronson Award (International) and the 2021 Basil Sellers award for International Senior Writers. Every day, she loves experiencing the beautiful surprises that God has stored up for her and longs to keep cultivating a servant-heart.

  • It is Well: A Lesson from Terri

    Growing up, my neighbour, Terri, was very close to her father. A proud‘Daddy’s Girl.’ He believed in her andshowed her how to make her way in the world with love and courage. Her father gave her confidence andtaught her the importance of generosity.

  • When God Asks a Hard Thing of You

    My friend Dani (not her real name) recently had a dilemma. She and her boyfriend, Troy (not his real name) were both in their mid-20s and had been Christians for years.

  • 5 practical and spiritual lessons from a crisis – Martin’s story

    Winston Churchill said: ‘never let a good crisis go to waste.’

  • What is your source?

    Due to touching a button on my TV remote, I recently lost connection on my TV. No matter what I pressed, I kept seeing a white screen, with words in black that read:‘No Signal- find source.’ At one point, everything went completely grainy.

  • The Stopgap Effect

    Have you ever felt like you're just taking up space?

  • Look out! How to avoid repeating mistakes

    Why is it that we can so clearly see the mistakes of others, and yet repeat these same mistakes in our own lives?

  • The God of Small Things

  • This addiction could kill you

  • Humility: who needs it?

    Listen to the secular media and you’ll be bombarded with messages telling you that that you’re all-sufficient, your needs are most important, that you control your destiny, that power is in your hands. It all adds up to the sometimes subtle, but always subversive, message that you don’t need God or other people.

  • How to lead: biblical lessons on leadership (Part 2) - three questions to ask

    Last time, I shared some key lessons on leadership. In this article, I’d like to outline some additional principles which I believe will provide food for thought for a Christian leader looking to improve how they lead.