Stop. Breathe. Interrupt the rush. There is deep meaning to be found in our everyday lives, but we won’t find it if we don’t pause to reflect, listening for the Voice that can only be heard in stillness. This is video five in a special series adapted from my new gift book, Reflect with Sheridan.
If you’ve seen or gone through a deep grief, you'll probably know the battle that takes place between your head and heart, while you’re trying to understand, come to terms with loss, and still trust God. Today I'm publishing an entry from someone's private journal - someone walking that wilderness, wrestling with God while learning
Although Merryn and I tried to start a family for 10 years, and sought God diligently the whole time, one of the most perplexing things about our journey was God’s silence. We heard him speak on other things during that time, but never on our pursuit of a family. It was hard. Biblical heroes experienced
It's one thing to read the Bible with our eyes and our mind—and another thing to truly engage our heart. But if the Bible is God's primary way of communicating with us, it makes sense to learn to read it deeply. Here are some keys to reading God's word from Celebration of Discipline author Richard
In Scripture we find God speaking through peals of thunder, pillars of cloud, flaming bushes, even donkeys. He used prophets, angels, the beauty of creation, the coming of Jesus. God is surely a communicating God. But in the 21st century, how might we expect him to speak to us personally about our everyday, modern, Western
Life's full of big questions. Should I marry? If so, who? Take that job? Buy that house? Is this the career for me? Which church is the right one? And which city should I settle in? If we believe there's a God who cares and wants to guide our big decisions, we need to know
The African Impala is a deer-like animal that can jump to great heights, yet be contained in any zoo with just a one metre high wall. Why? Because it won't jump if it can't see where it's feet will land. That's like many of us: we won't take a leap of faith unless we know
God is calling us, trying to get our attention. But he rarely shouts to make himself heard. Instead, he whispers to us. Before we've even opened a Bible he has been drawing, beckoning, whispering. Will we stop to hear him? Will we even attempt to hear his voice? Here are four ways he whispers to