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In times of adversity, this devotional is a reminder that our help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.
In this devotional, l share how after a life-changing incident, God directed my path to fulfil my childhood dream of being a writer.
On a train journey, my husband had an encounter with a stranger that started out as an act of persecution, but ended in an experience of love, forgiveness, and the opportunity to help someone to know the love of Jesus Christ.
This article is a collaboration l did with Sunday School Network.com.
In this article, l discuss 9 mighty names of God and their relevance for us today. A collaboration with Sunday School Network.com.
If you’re feeling like God is maintaining radio silence, l want to encourage you that He’s closer than you think. Here are nine truths that can reassure you of God's presence and love when He seems distant.
God is known by many names in the Bible. Each name reveals a certain aspect of His character. Jehovah-Rapha is one such name found in the Old Testament and means “The God who heals” in Hebrew.
The Cities of Refuge were six cities allocated to the Levite tribe in the Old Testament that provided asylum for perpetrators of unintentional manslaughter. Divinely appointed and subject to Mosaic Law, the cities offered offenders refuge and protection from retribution of the avenging family until their case went to trial.
Shekinah Glory is a visible manifestation of God on earth, whose presence is portrayed through a natural occurrence. The word shekinah is a Hebrew name meaning “dwelling” or “one who dwells.” Shekinah Glory means “He caused to dwell,” referring to the divine presence of God.
Who was Noah in the Bible? In this article, l reveal the meaning and symbols behind the story of Noah.
Having health problems poses a great challenge to me serving in church. In this article, l share 9 inspiring things l have learned since l started serving in church during my convalescence.
FInding time to worship God when we have so many distractions in our lives is not easy. In this article, l share 3 of my most pressing challenges to worshipping God in a world full of choices and how l leaned to overcome them.
We all have friends who we care about, who don't know the love of Jesus. In this article, l share 9 prayers that can help us pray for the people we love.
In this article, l share 4 ways l have learned to reach out to my non-Christian friends to share the gospel with them.
Dry seasons can affect everyone: Challenges, adversity, and lack are expereriences we all can relate to. In this article, l share 3 things l have learned that have helped me push through a dry season.
Depression is a mental illness that debilitates my ability to live a healthy, joy-filled life. Yet despite my mental anguish, l believe that God loves me and is with me in the dark and will heal me. He defines who l am, not depression.
This article is a Christmas collaboration l did with other YMI writers in depicting how people celebrate Christmas in different parts of the world.
I share my memories of spending Christmas on my own in a foreign country in this article.
I write about what caused me to suffer from burnout and depression in this article, and how l am moving forward with my life now.
This article articulates how as Christians, we can embrace anyone in fellowship, whether they are believers or not. I use examples of my own friendships with my wonderful friends, who don't know Jesus, to illustrate this.
In this article l share an experience of fellowship and worship that l had at a prayer house that opened up in Bochum, Germany, where l live. The evening's events healed a lot of old wounds from previous unpleasant experiences l had gone through in my old church.
l share my experience of searching for a church that is a right fit for me. I also mention some of the elements that l appreciated about the churches l visited, as well as characteristics l would like to see in any church l worship in.
l open up about my turbulent and violent childhood as a victim of child abuse from my parents. However, since giving my life to the Lord, l have endeavored to forgive my parents and heal the rift between us. This is my journey.
In this article, l recall a childhood experience of a bushfire that raged throughout my neighborhood in Victoria, Australia. As necessesary as fire is in its role of refining and instigating re-birth of eco-systems, as a Christian, the application of fire manifests itself in the same way, to rejuvenate and purify us, to become new creations through Jesus Christ.