The Sovereign Creator who sees all and knows all and pulls things together is aware of the seasons in our lives.
A divine invitation to the wilderness
Words that only a few short months ago meant nothing to us now send shivers down our spines. Words like self-isolation, social distancing...
Wait: Hope is Growing
I’ve never been great at waiting. I’ll be honest, I’m terrible at it. Patience is a virtue, they say. But I look at my little seven-month...
Grief is complicated
This is what I have come to know in the core of my being, that grief is complex, and knotty, and has many intricate layers. It has no...
A Trinity of Faith, Hope and Love
Driving home yesterday I found myself caught in the heat of peak hour traffic. I say heat, because although the late summer sun was...
Fiona Isaacs & Isobel Knight
Can You Imagine That? Returning to Mary Poppins.
I need Mary Poppins in my life. Not because she has the magical ability to clean her house by clicking her fingers. Not even because she...
Reflecting on Retro, name tags, nursing home ignominy and the hope of the end of ends
Earlier this year I attended a weekend camp where the students I teach had been wearing retro. Their retro is fashion of my youth. They...
Rebuilding the Ruins
Nehemiah Chapter 4 is a beautiful story of God rebuilding ruins. All the people of God had been gathered and they began to rebuild the...
Hope from Hannah
1 Samuel 1 tells what seems like a sad story to begin with. Hannah who is greatly loved by her husband is heartbroken, disappointed and...
When Hope Hurts
As 2017 draws to a close I wonder if you find yourself with a desire that you so dearly hoped would have come to pass this year. Yet, as...