Find It Grow It Use It

By Pastor Royston Every snowflake that falls to the ground has a different pattern of ice crystals.  No two snowflakes are identical. Likewise, no two people are identical. You are unique.  What the Psalmist, David said of himself, is also true of you, “I will praise you Lord; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” (Psalm 139:14) God has...

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Why Worry?

 “Then the word of the LORD came to me, saying: “Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you; Before you were born, I sanctified you.” Jeremiah 1:4-5 (NKJV)   By Pastor Royston Smith God has always been involved in your life. Before you were born, God had plans for you.  You have...

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Let’s Play!

Are you someone who thinks that only children and animals benefit from playing? Think again. Whatever your age, larking around has been shown to boost happiness and mental wellbeing. Author, Ellen G. White encourages us to be playful. She writes, “No child of God need have a sad or mournful...

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A Little Bit of Laughter

By Pastor Royston Smith and Dr R David “A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones.”  Proverbs 17:22 It is said that laughter is a normal and natural response to certain stimuli within the environment. Research has shown that laughter has positive physiological effects on those who regularly indulge...

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You’re Not Alone

By Pastor Royston Smith & Ciara Williams (Founder of Adventist Dog Ministries) Your creator God is a God of relationships and community. He dwells in three long before time existed – Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Angels were created agents to work and be a part of the divine community (Psalms 103:20).  Equally, male...

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Tears Are Languages

By Pastor Royston Smith The call greatly troubled my emotions and seriously affected my tears. I wept. Immediately I had flashbacks of a close family friend of Jesus who lived in a small town called Bethany. Jesus wept after speaking with Lazarus’s grieving sisters, Martha and Mary, and seeing all...

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