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Heard and Seen – How to Hold a Hannah Service

While infertility, pregnancy and infant loss are often ignored by our culture, they are not ignored by God. Communities of faith are uniquely positioned to come alongside individuals, couples and families who mourn infertility and pregnancy and infant loss. In doing so, we can break the silence about this common yet hidden grief. A Hannah Service is one way to do this.

The Bread of Life

“Then Jesus declared, ‘I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty’” (John 6:35). If you’re a Christian committed to the marriage taught in the Bible, you’re going to stay committed to your spouse, even if Read more…

Fertility and Farming

Although uncommon, infertility in animals occurs from time to time. This is something that farmers need to look out for as we move into the sophisticated world of the twenty-first century with hormone-injected meat and large-scale farming. Yet what about the farming families out there who are infertile themselves; those Read more…

Never Give Up Hope

When We’ve Given Up Hope

I had all but given up hope for my squash seedlings, so imagine my surprise when they kept sprouting everywhere! I was left with more than my garden could contain. What a reminder to me, that God can take our dried up, dead and discarded dreams, and breathe life into them.


3 Steps To Abide

Once I had not only established roots, but also started some great disciplines, like regularly reading my Bible, journalling and quiet times alone, I was impatient for the fruit. But I quickly realized that I needed to abide. I needed to take time to just rest in God’s presence. To get to know him better. To be sustained in him. To abide.

Rooted In Christ

Rooted In Christ

It hit me that you don’t get fruit if your roots aren’t healthy. So I focused on putting down deep roots with Jesus. The more rooted in Christ I became, the more I started to hear the word “abide”, so this is the first of a three-part blog: Roots – Abide – Fruit.