Fear Not

Fear Not – Part I

By Pastor Royston Smith Though not naturally a fearful person, the events of the past few months have severely dented my confidence. I am often deemed optimistic; yet I find myself preparing for the worst. I am fretful about my life, my age, my only child, the state of the world and what the next few...

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Jane – Part I

By Jenniffer Mann “I can’t really see outside, but I’m sure someone is sitting on the ground” I looked up at Jason in a sleepy haze, only half paying attention to what he said.  “It’s probably Niamh” I said, “she went for a walk up the driveway and dad’s in the...

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Burnout

By Jenniffer Mann The past month has posed some very challenging moments. Consistently long working hours has made it difficult to devote time to other areas of life and at times, caused me to feel heightened levels of stress, anxiety and of course tiredness. These can all be symptoms of...

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Trust Him

By Felicien Ekoume Sometimes, God’s way of blessing us, is by not granting us what we have prayed for. Sometimes, it will take years for the promise to be materialised, for the gift to arrive, but whatever the time, it will be worth the wait. God blesses us through the pain of affliction...

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Stand Still & See Deliverance

Friday Fix Bible Study: 2 Chronicles 17:1-9 and 2 Chronicles 20 By Kai Barton and edited by Shaniqua Benjamin This is a written record of a Bible Study session undertaken during youth Friday night discussions and is thereby credited to all of them.  Context Jehoshaphat succeeded the throne after his...

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The Danger of Popular Opinion

By Jenniffer Mann I am fortunate enough to work within a  company that really cares for its employees. The directors are authentic and consistent in their treatment of the workforce and because of this, inspire many to be loyal and hardworking. As you can imagine, working within a large company means...

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