Encouraging women across the world to claim their identity, and stand on their authority in Christ.
Disillusioned with God after a battle to conceive, Catherine O’Hall watches the grains of her life slip between her fingers like sand. In an attempt to leave her heartache behind and find out who she is – if not a mother – she leaves Sicily and boards an aeroplane bound for South Africa. She knows that she is lost and dares God to find her.
Rebecca and Nathaniel Allwood run a feeding project on the Wild Coast of South Africa. The understanding had always been that if Becs and Tick look after the community, the community would return the favour. Until one day, a mysterious threat to their lives forces Becs to face the truth of how her family really came to own a farm surrounded by tribal land.
When Catherine arrives on the Wild Coast, lives are upturned and discoveries are made that push both families into places where only God can find them.
A testimony of grace
From my heart to yours:
Blogs and vlogs that offer little pieces of encouragement for daily living.
The bible is full of promises, exciting promises from God that we can stand on and cling to. But when we don’t see any representation of those promises in our lives or we don’t know about them, we don’t expect them. We don’t prepare for them.
Clean House, Clean Heart
When God becomes real, our whole world changes.
Hope in the Darkness
At 4.40 am I heard the lounge door slam downstairs.
My first instinct was to see what had caused the noise, but I already had an idea.
Renewed in 2022
We've stepped lightly into this new year. All of us. We crept into it, slowly waiting for the new dawn to arise and the heartache of the last two years to fall off us like scales. Perhaps we earnestly hoped that they would, that we would awake from a bad dream and...
I’d Like to Introduce Myself
The story around my existence will always remain a little fuzzy, with too many versions to really be certain. All I know is that God swept in and saved the day as a young single mother did what she thought was best, and put me up for adoption. At ten days old I left...
𝗡𝗼𝘄, 𝗺𝘆 𝗽𝗮𝗿𝗲𝗻𝘁𝘀 𝗮𝗿𝗲 𝗿𝗶𝗴𝗵𝘁.
And yet as I sat watching my parents, I saw a side to them that I didn’t experience as a child.