My fourth trimester with baby

My fourth trimester with baby

Earlier this year, my husband and I welcomed our first baby boy into this world. There was so much joy as we had anticipated his arrival for ten months.

  • Pleasing God

    Pleasing God

    Focus on the things that matter.

  • The corruption of sport

    The corruption of sport

    Children play with toys for fun. Adults do the same, but the difference is in the size and cost of their toys. With the increased cost comes increased expectations and levels of complexity.

  • Absolute Hope

    Absolute Hope

    A year or so ago I did a study on the story of Lazarus. Growing up, the words ‘Jesus Wept’, were used to validate a deep emotional grievance or deep pain.

  • The non-linear journey to healing

    The non-linear journey to healing

    “My value is not at all tied to my experiences or my pain. It is solely tied to Jesus Christ; He says I’m worth dying for.” 

  • An Identity Crisis

    An Identity Crisis

    Identity. It shapes who we believe we are and how we choose to interact with the world around us.

  • Church is not a place   

    Church is not a place   

    On April 15th, 2019 a fire broke out and destroyed parts of the Notre Dame cathedral.

  • Silent witness of the leaf

    Silent witness of the leaf

    Chances are you live near a tree. A truly brilliant marvel of creation vital to our existence silently operates out of sight.

  • A first step

    A first step

    In October 2010 marked the sixth month since I made the decision to start making my bed at the beginning of each morning.

  • Discipleship: not just for super Christians

    Discipleship: not just for super Christians

    Recently, during a conversation with a friend struggling with anger, I commented that their issue with anger provided a good discipleship opportunity.

  • Is your life defined by your ‘action’ or ‘passion’?

    Is your life defined by your ‘action’ or ‘passion’?

    Jesus’ ministry can be divided into three phases

  • Expectation Is Not Hope

    Expectation Is Not Hope

    I watched the Sulphur Crested Cockatoos as they struggled to fly against the polar winds hitting Melbourne this morning.