I have several Max Lucado books as I find his conversational writing style to be simple to follow, and mostly because he has the gift of the Holy Spirit and his writing manages to break through my walls. When I am down - and in...

The bible speaks of Abraham as being a friend of God. I’ve always wondered how it looked like to have the All-Mighty God as a friend, the Creator of heaven and earth calling me His friend? I must be honest, there were moments when I...

For the month of February we have been covering the different phases of relationships and chatting about nurturing, respecting and embracing your relationship, whether you're navigating singledom, dating or marriage. Before we wrap up the end of relationship month, I thought I'd share some of...

When I was a teenager and living with my grandparents, who are Christian missionaries and pastors, I remember being bored and having my gran point out her book shelf that was filled with theology, bible studies, and self-help books. My response was somewhat dramatic when...

In a world that's constantly telling you that you've always got to be moving, working, creating, and producing, all while being a mom, manager, sister, daughter, wife, and, and, and...

It was Socrates who once said ‘The unexamined life is not worth living.’ In her book, the Joy of Missing Out, Tonya Dalton unpacks exactly how the modern woman can carefully reflect on her life in a meaningful and profound way. In her highly anticipated first...

Hot on the heels of the #metoo and #menaretrash movements, you can't help but feel a complete divide between men and women. As someone who empathises with people and their stories, I find it incredibly difficult to find ways to encourage a new way forward...

Joyce Meyer has always been one of the most influential preachers in my personal faith journey. She never shies away from the nitty-gritty and is quick to call a spade, a spade. I love her frank, and cheeky way of getting a point across, and...

Can we start talking more about those times when we feel disconnected from God? Seriously, I have been feeling so darn lost and alone lately - like I am some sort of bad Christian, because I don't always experience the incredible sense of understanding that...

The book of Ruth teaches us that a person who displays selfless compassion will be rewarded in the end, but have you thought to dig deeper and learn more about the lessons it has to offer? Cailin Leacock of Hillsong Church did just that while...