Contentment and Comparison – Lizzie Bassford

Due to a combination of tiredness, hormones and a sinful heart I have spent lots of the day wrestling with some questions around contentment and comparison. I’m currently reading a book (The envy of Eve) with some good, wise friends of mine. Today we hit a...

Church – Lizzie Bassford

Early morning musings- For the radical, unradicals. Keep going! Sometimes Church is hard, but it was never going to be easy. Jesus never had it easy but if God loves the Church, then we should too. And when I say the church, I don’t mean that stuffy building...

The Kingdom of God – Lizzie Bassford

If you have unsaved friends and family who just cannot see what a beautiful thing it is to walk with Jesus. If you’ve been been serving in any kind of ministry and it’s an absolute joy to serve but you’re still desperately waiting for God to move in...

Connect – Beth Myring

It all felt muddled at the beginning of the week. You know when little things bother you more than they should and you don’t think that clearly? All the demands feel a bit too much and a bit out of order. That was me at the start of the week and I wasn’t quite sure...

Being Brave with Our Extraordinary God – Gemma Tuson

When I was 22 I finished my degree in Fashion design at Manchester University and was unsure what to do next. My teenage years had been full of compromise and I didn’t feel like I had a deep enough relationship with my father God to survive as a Christian in the city....

Balance – by Naomi Frith

I read a blog yesterday about parenting. The writer, Beth Berry, mentioned the modern-day holy grail of “balance”- balance in how we work, raise children, exercise, eat, learn, socialise and conduct our marriages. She suggested balance is “overrated...

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