Tag: faith

A Heart Set on Pilgrimage

What does it mean to have a heart set on pilgrimage? And what about when the path takes us through a valley of tears? Will it be worth it?

NEW AND UNCHANGING

Do you like new things? Or do your prefer the old and familiar? Last year marked a lot of new things for me: A new baby grandson – a complete delight! A new persona – ‘Published Author’ A new kitchen and bathroom (and an almost completely renovated home) A newly retired

WORSHIP

Tomorrow we will be in church, worshipping God. I love to sing, I love music, and I particularly love worshipping with others. It is amazing to think that as we join together tomorrow we will be joining with God lovers all over this planet, and with heaven itself in worshipping

ADVENT 3 : STAYING CONNECTED

What do we do while we are waiting? ‘You must be kidding!’ I hear you say. ‘It’s full on busy over here. We have presents to buy, food to hoard, decorations and lights to put up, special church services and nativities to plan for, work parties and Secret Santas to

ADVENT 2 : FAITH

Today I will be making mince pies. I made the first batch last week and they are already gone. These are made with homemade mincemeat, a recipe handed down to me by my dear mum in law, and are so much better than anything you can buy in shops. It

ADVENT 1 : PEACE

For the month of December I am planning to post short blog thoughts twice weekly. These will hopefully get our hearts and minds ready for Christmas. I love this time of year. I love Advent, and I love Christmas. And whatever is going on in the world today, the wonder

THE PILGRIM WAY

This week my blog introduces you to some of the places featured in my new book, The Pilgrim, and why they are special to both me and Brother Hywel!

HARVESTING JOY: A NEW BOOK!

I have realised that four out of my last five blog posts have featured other people’s books. Now that is not a bad thing; I love reading and reviewing books. And there have been some great books to read and review! But I do think that perhaps I should dedicate

BOOK REVIEW: LOVE FROM SIENNA by JOY VEE

Joy Vee and I met online. As a new author who had been through the same process as I of having her first book unexpectedly published by Instant Apostle, we made a connection. We shared so much in common, most especially our desire to write fiction that carried the message

SCENT OF WATER

Book Review: Scent of Water (Words of Comfort in Times of Grief) is a beautiful, moving, and honestly real devotional for those experiencing loss. Penelope has bravely written out of her own traumatic experience of witnessing her elderly mother’s life taken violently. And out of the subsequent deep grief response that left her numb and flailing.

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