Healing In His Wings

This week my daughter, Anna, wanted to draw a butterfly but was struggling to do a detailed drawing without looking at an image. That’s when I was reminded of the magnet on our fridge of the beautiful monarch butterfly. These delicate, orange and black beauties are some of the most lovely, little creatures and I…

Creation Testifies

The kids and I were on our first nature walk for a long while this week. It was wonderful to be walking in the sunshine underneath the trees. As I absorbed the beautiful trees and plants, it made me reflect on how all the time at home has made me stop and appreciate the small…

At A Snail’s Pace

Over the last few days my kids have been playing nonstop in the garden. In particular, they found a snail, who was quickly named Mr. Snail! He’s spent his last days curled in his shell on a frisbee with a few leaves. Each evening he’s been released but has been found in the same general…

He Lifts My Soul

If I’m really honest, my heart and soul have felt downcast lately. I know I’m far from the only one. Life as we’ve known it, is changing rapidly. In the UK and globally, the Covid-19 coronavirus has been dominating the news. Hand sanitiser and toilet paper have been virtually unavailable for weeks. And for a…

He Refreshes My Soul

Winter in England brings out descriptive words of dark, grey, cold, and damp. Before 25th December, bad weather is tolerated since the anticipation of Christmas festivities outweighs the annoyance of dreary, cold weather. But after Christmas and especially into January and February, I long for signs of spring. It’s not been a particularly cold winter,…

Autumnal Glory

It's been a wet and grey week as colder November weather kicks in and the shortened evenings grow dark before dinner time. To contract the grey skies, I love how the deciduous trees truly are shining out their autumnal glory. The bright colours around our neighbourhood are absolutely stunning and it's a reminder of God's…