Weary of the long path to becoming a parent? Whether you or a family member is battling infertility, this trusted, encouraging 90-day devotional will comfort and strengthen you. Written by men and women who have faced infertility themselves with various outcomes, this book reminds you that you are not alone and will help set your heart
In his famous Hierarchy of Needs, psychologist Abraham Maslow said we need our basic needs like food and shelter met before we can turn to higher needs like relationships and purpose. He later added that we have spiritual needs too, which takes my mind to two hidden words in the New Testament.
When Resurrection Year was released in 2013, I never knew the depth of healing it would bring to many, or the doors it would open worldwide. Time to celebrate with an audio version!
When Resurrection Year was released in 2013, I never knew the depth of healing it would bring to many or the doors it would open around the world. Finally it's available in audio form!
"As the afternoon tea ended, Margaret hugged Emily tightly. For ten minutes she sobbed, unable to let Emily go, because it had been so long since she’d felt seen and heard."
After wanting to for years, Merryn and I finally did the sums, held our breath, signed the papers, and embarked on a house renovation. It was time. The 150-year-old floor boards of our little terrace home sagged like a tired trampoline, our bathroom leaked and our kitchen walls were crumbling. A third of the house
I have no idea why, but when anything gets too popular, I lose interest. Hip Hop was cool until it went mainstream. I ignored The Hunger Games, have never watched Eastenders, and haven’t seen Barbie (but I have seen Oppenheimer—I’m not always consistent). And so when I found Anthony Doerr’s globally-popular Pulitzer Prize-winning novel All
In A Resilient Life, I explore the four factors psychologists say help us to build resilience: positive emotions, significant achievement, strong relationships, and a sense of meaning. But here’s the twist: all these factors can be found in the Sermon on the Mount, which shows us how to develop in our lives through divine means
It was the question that burrowed under my skin and wouldn't come out. And it did me good, shaking me from my complacency. It came a few years ago when Merryn and I were sitting in a seminar on fostering and adoption. As well as informing us of the joys that adoption can bring, our