Why community is important, to me

When I watched this video journal 'No Man is an Island', it changed me in a big way. It revolutionised how I approached relationships in my life. Don't get me wrong, relationships have always been massively important to me. I'm compassionate, caring, and loyal, and I knew that relationships was incredibly important to my faith and … Continue reading Why community is important, to me

Lessons in friendship: from friends and FRIENDS

When I was a kid, I was given a notebook for Christmas nearly every year. In fact, I think every year. This particular year, the notebook flipped over the top of the page with a top-bound spiral. Kind of like detective notepads. I wrote stories and letters and lists and I can’t remember what else … Continue reading Lessons in friendship: from friends and FRIENDS

Let’s go flying…

  Dad took me up for a fly on the weekend. We've had over 1,000ml of water in the last two months, so the waterfalls are aplenty and the scenery splendidly lush. I live in the most amazing place! Thank you Dad!

The Random Mind of Jess, C. Saturday 12:30pm

It’s been a while, guys. I really don’t like saying that << because it feels like you spend so long writing about why you haven’t been writing and giving a thousand apologies and promising (normally without fruition) to do better in the future, and now that I think about it Blogging Experts do tell you … Continue reading The Random Mind of Jess, C. Saturday 12:30pm

the good girl and the game changer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IpwRKuw59M I’m sitting down for Bible study prep on Wednesday for the upcoming Tuesday afternoon (score on the organisational front!) and start reading Luke one’s account of Gabriel dropping this bomb shell of Jesus on 13 year old Mary. It adds a level of scariness, culture differences of marriage aside, to think of the girls … Continue reading the good girl and the game changer