We Need to Rethink Bible Study [A Challenge to Move from Milk to Meat]

I never used to feel there was any problem with the way the Bible was approached in women’s circles. Maybe I was too busy enjoying the laughter, Lipton tea and Tim Tam biscuits to notice. The fellowship was great, the message seemed good enough, and I was spending time in the Word like a good Christian. … More We Need to Rethink Bible Study [A Challenge to Move from Milk to Meat]

Dear Mum, God Cares About Your Hectic Sunday Mornings

Sunday mornings can be stressful. In this season of motherhood, I dread the morning rush and all the potential mishaps and mayhem that can happen along the way (blow-outs, anyone?). Not only that, but there’s the training of my now-teachable-but-still-fidgety child during the worship hour to look forward to. Training up a child to love … More Dear Mum, God Cares About Your Hectic Sunday Mornings

Love Wins, Every Time

Upon reading an article about one Singaporean pastor’s reaction and opposition to the LGBT Pink Dot festival held in Singapore (whose behaviour I must admit, sounded pretty irrational), one of my coworkers made a remark about how unloving some people were, then turned to me and said, “What would Jesus do?! He would just love everyone … More Love Wins, Every Time

Miriam Sparks: Using Your Talents and Shining Your Light for the Lord in Your Youth

Lately I’ve been sharing the stories and thoughts of some young women here at Worthy Woman Wednesdays, to encourage us all about the future of the church and be more aware of the struggles young women face. I’m really interested in what keeps young people in the church and interested in the church. Today I … More Miriam Sparks: Using Your Talents and Shining Your Light for the Lord in Your Youth

Joy Jensen on Serving the Lord with Your Husband {and Overseas}

Joy Jensen is a wonderful example of a preacher’s wife and just an all-round beautiful person. I spent time with Joy and her husband, George, when we were in the States in August and I was immediately impressed by what genuinely Christian people they were. The enriching and uplifting conversation was endless. Such people with … More Joy Jensen on Serving the Lord with Your Husband {and Overseas}

They Weren’t the Good Old Days [Lessons from Haggai]

Ah, the “good ol‘ days,” when tea was cheaper, people were nicer, and nothing bad ever happened. I think every young person has had to sit and listen while those older than them tell them how terrible things are now, how wonderful things were in the past, and how they will never be that good ever … More They Weren’t the Good Old Days [Lessons from Haggai]