Tagged with Jesus

Helpful Christmas Magic for Mums

Helpful Christmas Magic for Mums

I’ve found a number of websites that really get me into the Christmas spirit and offer great ideas that help me teach my children about giving, thinking of others and the birth of Jesus, as well as experiencing the wonderful magic of Christmas.  Here are some of my favourite sites and ideas that I’d like … Continue reading

My Anxious Easter Holidays

My Anxious Easter Holidays

They didn’t get off to a good start; what with rainy weather and me developing stupid anxiety/panic attacks about going out! ( I think this was partly a reaction to my new bipolar medication and not very nice to experience).  However, we did manage a few trips to Paulton’s Park; which the kids loved and … Continue reading

Rodney the Stable Rat

Rodney the Stable Rat

Charlotte didn’t sleep much last night, as she was so excited about her forthcoming appearance in the school nativity play.  Yes, it’s that time of year when every proud mummy announces that their child will be on stage, regardless of their role. Well, I’m one of those mummies and I was as proud as punch … Continue reading

St Paul’s response to the people

St Paul’s response to the people

I was listening to UCB this morning and a discussion came up about the Anti-Greed/Capitalist Protestors (Occupy Wall Street demonstrations) outside St Paul’s Cathedral. I was horrified to hear that the Cathedral officials decided to close the cathedral doors due to health and safety risks to visitors caused by protestors. The decision to close is … Continue reading

ME and JESUS – check out this clip

I’m currently working on my ‘testimony’, but when I came across this clip from an LA Nightclub it summarised what I could not describe in my own words. I know you’re thinking “I’m not clicking on another link”  but I urge and challenge you to watch this.

Does God heal?

A week before I was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder I received a healing from God.  It was a healing that lasted just 7 days, a big reminder that we live in a fallen world and a glimpse of “the age to come”. Although it was only temporary, the healing installed me with hope and joy, … Continue reading