Some people are born into privileged families – others aren’t. Some live in countries where there is stability – some don’t. But there is one fact that nobody can deny; every single person in the world gets the same number of hours in each day! And the way we choose to use each day is … Continue reading We all get 24 hours
When I look around me, I see a world in crisis. A place where people don’t seem to know where they fit in. A place where people are trying to be different because it seems to be the “In Thing”. Society today doesn’t seem to know what they want. Having been in teaching for … Continue reading A World in Crisis
Everything we have in this life has been borrowed to us. It's temporary. I don't understand why I am privileged to live in a comfortable house, while hundreds of millions of people don't have a place they can call home! Why do I have the option to choose what my next meal will be while … Continue reading Be the difference!
Resilience is something of a rarity in privileged societies. When all our needs are met, we start chasing after comfort. And that becomes a dangerous pursuit. Have you ever really been hungry? I’m not talking about skipping breakfast and lunch, and looking forward to your dinner because you are “starving”? I’m talking about not having … Continue reading Comfort is Dangerous
Jesus wasn’t joking when He said, “In this world you will have troubles.” So often we think that the age we are living in is the most challenging for Christians ever. But it seems to me that around the time of Jesus’ first coming was pretty bad too. So, we need to prepare ourselves for … Continue reading You will have troubles…