What do you do when you don’t know what to do?

Life is a funny, yet not so funny, thing at times. I’ve recently had news that a friend was unexpectedly ill (they are doing well), and I also recently lost my job (and am looking for another in a positive manner). I have friends who have lost loved ones; I have friends who have sunkContinue reading “What do you do when you don’t know what to do?”

God is big enough…

Have you ever faced a circumstance of life that has proven to be rather difficult? Life is like that sometimes: Sometimes we find ourselves in a ‘circumstance’. Sometimes things just don’t work out. The natural thing to do in such times is to attack or retreat: We lash out at those who are hurting us. WeContinue reading “God is big enough…”


I have been thinking about this a lot recently: PERSEVERANCE. Even the word sounds difficult… Perseverance. Sometimes life will get difficult – severely difficult. Life does not care about whether you can cope or not – it will continue to throw curve-balls at you. It will continue to test you to see what you areContinue reading “Persevere”

May your New Year be Amazingly Ordinary

2014 has been a rollercoaster of a ride – not always thrilling, but with a number of highs and lows. Highs Having a chapter published in a book on discipleship. I wrote a short chapter called When the Gospel is Not good News in “Make, Mature, Multiply” (Ed. Brandon Smith). If interested, you can find outContinue reading “May your New Year be Amazingly Ordinary”

Find a way, not an excuse

I find that I require little reminders like this on  a frequent basis.  It’s easy to stop trying, to sit on our laurels,  to just give up. It’s easy to  find excuses for non-achievement,  non-fulfilment and non-productivity.  We seem to be wired to shift blame from ourselves onto other people or situations. As long asContinue reading “Find a way, not an excuse”

Rediscover Wonder with Rob Bell and walk upon the Oceans

I was speaking with a friend on the phone today and he asks how I’m doing. I answer with the usual cliches and responses and then I stop. I stop and say “I’m struggling to hear God these days – I have for a while”. And I don’t expect my friend to judge me andContinue reading “Rediscover Wonder with Rob Bell and walk upon the Oceans”