Nicodemus could have easily stayed in his comfortable job, with his comfortable beliefs but instead he wanted to keep learning. We need to be like Nicodemus - to be women who never stop learning, questioning and having new experiences.Read More
I wonder how many doors had been closed in his face that day. Door knocking was probably something he never thought he’d find himself doing, but there he was faithfully visiting different homes in his neighbourhood. Little did he know that the people in the next house were searching for something; that he would be the one to lead them to Christ, and that their lives would never be the same again.Read More
Spring is always a glorious season. I love the visibility of new green shoots; I love the scent of new growth and I really love the thaw of winter. We feel the warmth of sunlight through our woollen garments and we open wide the windows to breathe in all that spring promises.Read More
Going on an American road trip has been a dream of mine ever since I was a little girl and last month this dream came to pass. A dear friend of mine and I packed our bags, jumped on a plane and flew to LA where we hired an RV that we would call home for the next 3 weeks. With every hour that passed as we were driving, the environment around us changed drastically. Our eyes were truly opened to the diversity, greatness and creativity of God!Read More
Recently I had the opportunity to visit Tasmania. Famous for its pristine wilderness, the island state is an adventure seekers paradise and home to some of Australia's best kept travel secrets.
Here I will share with you my 'Must see' destinations. The secret is out!
When I was in Indonesia, a man who had committed his entire life to serving God in a slum shared with me how he never wanted the “white picket fence” version of Christianity. From there I embarked on a journey to discover what that actually looks like, gathering the ideas of believers in the bible and from those living in some of the hardest places to be a Christian today.Read More
“The grass is always greener on the other side.” The food is always better. The culture is always richer. The water is always more blue.
One of the biggest travel-secrets I can share is that perhaps the grass is greener our side!Read More
Recently I had the privilege of travelling to Sri Lanka alongside Ps Richard and Kate Forsyth and Ps Chris Pringle for the 10th Year Anniversary of Child Action Lanka. Child Action Lanka is an organisation run by Ps Deborah and Dilshan Edirisinghe, Pastors of C3 Kandy. Their vision is to see "the next generation off the streets" and they are indeed seeing this vision come to pass.Read More
Lately I’ve been challenged by the way I choose to dream. The idea was first brought to my attention at last years Everywoman Gathering. After the conference I took some time to sit by the lake, and write down all the dreams I had tucked away in my heart- even the things I was too afraid to share out loud. One of which was a stirring passion to use my skill as a journalist to tell the stories of C3 Churches all around the world, especially the ones in remote and often high-risk places.Read More
About 15 months ago we found out we were expecting child number seven. To say we were shocked was an understatement we really thought we were done (yes we do know how it works). All of a sudden our car and house were going to be to small. The how is this going to work thought came to mind... but in that moment I chose to activate faith.Read More
Who knew that a two week trip could completely change your life! God had to take me to the other side of the world to show me something that I now realise you can experience literally anywhere if you’re willing. That is when God breaks your heart for what breaks His--your heart is in fact broken into place. At least that’s what I found to be true.Read More
Fear can be like jumping over a hurdle that isn’t even there. At least that’s what I experienced in my current travels to Seoul, South Korea. For our two week holidays between Term 2 and Term 3 at C3 College, I got the opportunity to travel up to South Korea to visit my best friend of four years.Read More