While doing life to the best of our ability, we’re not always aware that we’re also making memories. It’s only when we look back over time, that remembrance can stir such great gratitude.
Why worry? In the Gospels Jesus ensures His followers that the Father knows what we need and that we can rest assured in His provision.
It’s the time of the year to praise God for the highs, petition His grace to deal with the lows, and put your faith in Him for the go’s of a new year!
When a person speaks, there is a unique quality to the sound he or she makes, known as ‘timbre’. In the same way young Samuel in the Bible did, we can learn to distinguish the timbre of God’s voice from the myriad of sounds that surround us each day.
Gluttony is an issue of the heart, not of the stomach. How about putting Jesus back on the throne regarding your eating habits?
What if the blessing you so desired turns out to have a deadly bite? It could be that you’ve grabbed the good thing God gave you by the wrong end!
Self-harm and specifically cutting is a disturbing tendency – a growing addiction. Through caring counsellors God touches shattered lives and restores broken people to wholeness. Stories that spill from healing hearts are shared to bring hope to those suffering, and ultimately to glorify God.
A heartfelt letter to Father God expressing our church family’s gratitude and adoration for the magnificent gift of Jesus – Light of our lives, Joy of our hearts, Hope of our world!
Prayer evokes a wide range of responses, from seeing it as an opportunity to commune with God and spending time in solitude, to simply fulfilling a spiritual obligation or acquiring heavenly insurance. It really boils down to a subjective experience of an objective reality – talking to the living God! So what’s it to you?
If we seek Jesus with earnest hearts, we might be amazed at how He draws near when we reach out to Him. Anèst du Plessis, personal assistant at HCC, shares her very real encounter with Jesus after surgery.