How to let go of Fear, Pain and Worry

let go of Fear Pain and Worry

Do you believe it’s possible to reach a place where there is no more fear, pain or worry, only stillness, quietness and a deep peace? As I write this question even I wonder at its strangeness, but I have experienced this place at least three times. Before I go any further, I know this post is a long one and possibly challenging but I encourage you to read to the end because I believe that it will bless you. The first time I was in my final year of university, in a place of deep depression and intense emotional pain. Continue Reading →

What is Energy? (Energy Healing in the Bible – Part 1)

What is energy? A Biblical perspective.

Growing up I can remember being taught basic Physics such as the different types of energy. We had potential energy which was stored energy and kinetic energy which was energy that moved like light, heat, sound and electromagnetic energy. One of the first energy laws we were taught is that energy never dies, it only changes. This is based on Albert Einstein’s famous quote: “Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another.” I never paid much attention to this except to store it in my mind as interesting information, it was only when Continue Reading →

Do you Believe that you can Heal?

Do you believe you can heal?

Last week Eke came home with a cold, anyone who knows about living with an autoimmune condition is probably cringing at this point because it means the potential of your symptoms flaring up if you catch it. I can remember the last time I caught a cold, I also caught an additional 3 weeks of pain and discomfort after it had come and said goodbye.  Getting sick definitely isn’t something I want to embrace and lo and behold, the very next day I emerged from bed coughing, sneezing and feeling hot, hot, hot! Outside of the obvious cold symptoms I also Continue Reading →

Two Scriptures that helped me embrace Faith in my Heart

Faith and Love

This week’s theme is Faith.  I have personally had quite a difficult relationship with Faith but I wasn’t aware of it until it became a Word that people used against me. When I fell ill and began to seek support from people in the church, the F word began to pop up a LOT.  I was told that I didn’t have enough faith and that I needed to have more faith. To say these words annoyed me would be a bit of an understatement, they really peeved me off.  However (emphasise x 3), it got me thinking more about faith, the nature of Continue Reading →

What I learnt about Trust going back to University + Training Call Replay

What I learned about trust from enrolling at university

So today I want to share something (two things actually) quite close to my heart.  The first is the replay of last night’s training call which was a big deal for me for very personal reasons but also I have a confession to make. This confession is actually the catalyst for last night’s training call, because without what I learnt during this season I wouldn’t have been able to share at all. What is it?

Help my Unbelief (Trusting God)

create space for the impossible

The theme this week in my Facebook group/Facebook page has been around trusting God, specifically how our trust in God can actually support health, healing and well-being.  On Monday I shared a short video outlining why and how trusting God does this, and on Wednesday I shared an infographic outlining the 5 common barriers to us really trusting God. Today I want to talk about an area that I know I have struggled with personally and something which I believe is a challenge for most people if not every Believer if they were to really look into their hearts, thoughts and Continue Reading →

Is God calling you to Walk across the Waters in 2016?

Live the journey

Welcome to 2016! We are now 10 days in, how has it been for you so far? If I look back over the last 8 or so years of my life, I can see YHWH orchestrating my life – yes even, with the illness. But do you know what? I see His hand most clearly when I reflect upon the New Year words He gives to me. He has been shaping my path, directing my footsteps with words such as… Commitment No Fear Breakthrough I had a song by Hillsong constantly on replay at the end of 2015 “Oceans”. I Continue Reading →

My Call from God by Tracey Casciano

Psalm 37-5-6 (NLT) Tracey Casciano Out of the Darkroom into the Light

I’m so happy to share this guest post with you, from author Tracey Casciano.  We all struggle with forgiveness that’s why I think that this week’s post is something we can all relate.  A true story of light out of darkness.   One spring day I was sitting in church and the pastor started speaking about forgiveness. This immediately made me uncomfortable. You see, I had been estranged from my parents for over 16 years. I didn’t like our relationship, but no idea what to do. As the pastor began speaking, I felt as though a spotlight was on me. Nothing Continue Reading →

Say the Word: A Journey to the Right side of the Word (Guest Post)

Say the Word Joanna Oliver Guest Post

I feel mighty blessed to share with you the artfully-penned and thought-provoking words of Joanna Oliver, our latest guest blogger. Say The Word, I will be free, Jesus….. …..say the Word, I’ll be made whole. These are the lyrics of one of my favourite songs, from a CD on almost continuous loop in my car.  Isn’t it funny (in an observational sense), how one’s ears become sensitive to what we listen to once we acknowledge God as our loving father? I have noticed how all of my senses have altered.  I see beauty in most things; I am more attuned Continue Reading →

How Much Faith Do You Need to Meet Your Future Husband? {Guest Post}

How Much Faith Do You Need to Meet Your Future Husband?

I’m so pleased to feature our first guest blogger Selina Almodovar, you can read all about her and the great work that she does smoothing the course of love just below her post. During my mid-20’s I was living single.  This was not by choice. I was recently dumped by the man I thought would become my husband, and I was taking it pretty hard.  While things were supposed to be going great at that point of my life, I had reached an all-time low. I thought that if I did all the right things, then life would go according Continue Reading →