Our deepest fear


“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.  Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.  It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.  We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?  Actually, who are you not to be?  You are a child of God.… Continue reading Our deepest fear

Gratitude – 20th October 2015


Today, I am most grateful for: The most gorgeous summer weather we are having.  It is beautiful!  And I am so grateful to be experiencing some warmth after a very long, cold and harsh winter. Hubby making me some toast last – for some reason I felt quite anxious over dinner time, so I didn’t… Continue reading Gratitude – 20th October 2015

Gratitude – Day 19


I don’t feel so great today.  I feel like a lousy wife and mother, and as hard as I try, making changes to my heart and mind is probably the most difficult journey one can go on.  Choosing to think differently about life, marriage, motherhood, etc, is not easy.  Constantly there are situations around you that… Continue reading Gratitude – Day 19

Gratitude – Day 12


I feel so tired today.  But, that’s because it’s been such an awesome weekend.  So, today, I am grateful for: An awesome weekend with my husband – there was a time when we didn’t look forward to weekends because of all the stress, and now I find we’re relaxing more and more at home, and… Continue reading Gratitude – Day 12

Day Twenty One: Weight Loss God’s Way


DAY TWENTY ONE:

WEIGHT LOSS GOD’S WAY

In today’s training session I might be speaking more to the sisters than the brothers in the family of Christ, although the brothers are not exempt from these same snares and traps. And I am certain my brothers in faith who are reading this post know a woman who struggles desperately with this issue each and every day…her body image.

“So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them” Genesis 1:27

I’ve put off reading this post – when I saw the words “body image” I stopped reading. You see, I don’t have a body image. I don’t look in the mirror (except when I put make-up on in the mornings) and then that’s it. I hate looking at photos of myself. I hate seeing my body – the way it looks, moves and just the way it is.