Something special is brewing - a new calling that's been years in the making and will take years to complete. And you're a part of it.
Most of us grow up assuming our life will take a certain path. We’ll go to school, find a job, get married, start a family. But things don’t always go as planned. That was our story. And the Day of Discovery team have turned that story into a short film you can watch now FREE.
Pick up a typical self-help book and it won’t be long before the author tells you to Follow your dreams. As a dreamer, I love this advice. But not everyone is a dreamer. What do you follow then? It seems to me there's a more important quest for both dreamer and non-dreamer alike, which is
God has a dream for the world. We don’t know exactly what this dream will look like, but we've been given a glimpse: a world of healed wounds, of radiant beauty, of restored harmony, of peace, environmental restoration. And it's a dream that can inspire our dreams too…
Are you at a crossroads? At the end of one chapter and wondering about the next? As you look to the year ahead, why not grab a journal and a pen, and revisit some of these posts from the last few years of my blog. They are designed to help you find meaning, fresh dreams,
Dreams. We all have them. But by our 40s, some of us have had to watch our dreams die. Yet even those broken dreams can become something beautiful. In this video I explain how sometimes the 'wilderness' - the dark and barren place of longing and loss – is in fact the best place for
Ever since I wrote a book about starting again after a broken dream, I've found myself answering lots of questions about them. 'How can you turn a broken dream into a new beginning?' 'When should you let a dream die?' And this one especially: 'What if you don't have any dreams for your life? How
Dreams. We all have them. As a teenager they keep us awake with excitement. As a 20-something they start shaping our decisions. By our 40s we may have seen them spring to life, or perhaps watched some die. The dreams of two families died in Sydney this week. Thankfully, God can recycle such tragedies into
This was never what Merryn and I expected to happen. I wrote a book about broken dreams. People started reading it. Emails came in from readers. The book got shortlisted for an award. And now they're making a documentary about it. Here's what happened behind-the-scenes of the filming this week!
It's time to talk about regret. Or more specifically, the fear of future regret. If you decide it's time to let your unfulfilled dream go, will you one day regret it? Read this touching letter from Renee. What advice would you give her?