Small Things / Coffee

Fresh Coffee ritual Sometimes it isn’t the big things like intense interventions, or medication, that make the difference in our lives (although these are often important key aspects to improving mental health). Sometimes it’s the smaller, subtler things that make the difference and ‘nudge’ our health positively. For me, the small of fresh coffee is … Continue reading Small Things / Coffee

Less scrolling and more strolling with boost your mental health

We need less mindless scrolling on social media, and a whole load more mindful strolling. scrolling through social media increases mental health issues; negative comparisons with other people; anxiety, stress and depression. Strolling in gorgeous places increase positivity, improves mood, and lifts the spirit. Looking at both images in this post, what would you rather … Continue reading Less scrolling and more strolling with boost your mental health

Sunday thoughts: Be a Mountain, not a cloud

Be the mountain x Most days we feel more like a cloud that’s blown wherever rather than a mountain that stands forever. Keep on standing firm in truth and I hope. Let your words, thoughts and actions always fall on the side of truth and love. That way, when the wind blows, you can stand … Continue reading Sunday thoughts: Be a Mountain, not a cloud

It might not be your preaching that’s making the difference, but something is

A certain preacher, whose sermons brought many to Christ, received a revelation from God that it was not his sermons or works that brought people to the LORD, but that it was an illiterate lay brother who regularly sat on the pulpit stairs pleading to God in prayer for the sermon to be successful. Perhaps, … Continue reading It might not be your preaching that’s making the difference, but something is

Just reach out and touch – a story of transformation

“If I can just touch His cloak” The sneaky woman slunk through the crowds, fear pressing in on her heart, pushing her forward and pulling her back. “If I can just touch”. Simple words of faith bringing years of pain, suffering, isolation and rejection into the sphere of Jesus’ love grace and mercy.  Someone has … Continue reading Just reach out and touch – a story of transformation

What to do when you get knocked down

Life circumstances have  a way of knocking us down. It can be relentless sometimes. Money issues, redundancy, the school bully, or the daily grind. We all get knocked down at some point. What knocks you down? What makes you not want to get up again? There’s this story of a father who comes to Jesus … Continue reading What to do when you get knocked down

Prodigal Justice Incarnated as Love

Have you ever just wanted to run away? Have you ever felt so stressed, unhappy, depressed, scared, out of your depth, restless, bored, or just like you want to walk away from everything? I’ve felt like that a number of times, and I think it’s a pretty normal response to life when we are under … Continue reading Prodigal Justice Incarnated as Love

Pass through and keep pursuing the one thing

Not every day or week or month or even year is a good one. Some days we feel like the little boat below - washed up; stuck in the mud; in need of some care. Storms pass and things get better - Someone reminded me of that this morning. Things do get better: Struggles become … Continue reading Pass through and keep pursuing the one thing

What in the world is going on?

Politics in the UK is awash with discord, dissention, and disgusting hypocrisy at leadership level. The world is awash with fear surrounding Covid as omicron reportedly runs rampant while politicians and scientists attempt to help nations cope. Pity they are not also working to alleviate fears. As Christmas approaches many are still homeless, hopeless, or … Continue reading What in the world is going on?