The First Year


Becoming a first time mum, meant that besides the obvious cliches (which I’ve now come to realise are all true) about the sleep deprivation, the life is ‘never the same’ thing, it’s a blessing to shower, be glam etc… I felt like I needed something more.

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Be Still and Know I Am God

About 6.5 years ago, after years of facing one difficulty after another, I had reached a point in my life where I was tired, run down, stressed, lost my joy, lost my peace, lost hope, was angry a lot of the time and was not in a very good place….

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Pause in His Presence

The PAUSE has been the most effective habit I have implemented in my schedule. Life is still full and I continue to juggle life and its many projects,  but the PAUSE has changed my rhythm and mostly my perspective for my day, and therefore my life.

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Everywoman Gathering
Love is a Decision and Sometimes a Feeling

On 5th January, 1973 two starry eyed, barely 20 year olds, stood at an altar, before a God they barely knew, and promised to love each other forever. We were overflowing with the feelings of love and really had no idea how important deciding to love, deciding to be loving, would become if we were to fulfil those vows we spoke. However 46 years later we are still together and happy – most of the time.

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A Christmas Thought...

In the midst of running around buying the gifts and planning a Pinterest perfect family Christmas lunch, it’s good to stop and allow ourselves time to reflect, to get lost in the mystery of what Christmas means.

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Pam Borrow
Reflections of an 'Everywoman' Journey

Everywoman’s 20th Anniversary has given me pause to stop and reflect upon my own 30+ years journey with Jesus, and I have to concede, for someone who likes to strategise a fast 5 step plan to reach her desired destination, I seem to have chosen a rather scenic route, stopped off for a number of unscheduled pits stops and completely missed a few destiny stops along the way!

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Everywoman Gathering
Written with strength and courage ... #metoo

Through grief stricken prayer I cried out to Jesus, ‘where were you when I needed you the most?’ He heard me, and he showed me. In that moment I relived the attack but this time I saw Jesus standing there. He didn't close His eyes, He didn’t turn away, it wasn't too ugly for Him to see, He was in the alleyway weeping for His daughter. Then there, in the very same spot where so much pain had been caused, I knelt down and finally let myself mourn. I laid down the bouquet of white tulips, as if standing at a grave and then walked away.

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Everywoman Gathering
Every Spring blossoms Everygirl

Every Spring, when it comes time to gather as Everywoman again, I can’t help but be filled with so much joy as I watch the forecourt of Oxford Falls filling up with women of every generation. I love seeing those that are gathering with their Mum’s, Nan’s, Daughters and Granddaughters as we venture together on a beautiful weekend once more. It’s a precious time to hit ‘pause’ on our overflowing schedules and get away together.

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Everywoman Gathering