For all the Late Bloomers in God's Redemptive Story -
It's NEVER too late for a fresh start

"You’ll use the old rubble of past lives to build anew,
rebuild the foundations from out of your past.
You’ll be known as those who can fix anything,
restore old ruins, rebuild and renovate,
make the community livable again."

Isaiah 58:12


May 17, 2020

Happy Sunday friends wherever you are 💛 I saw an image last week of a cut up lemon, the centre pulp was minuscule, almost invisible. The caption read ‘when life throws you lemons - 2020’. I know this lockdown has been incredibly hard for some and it can be hard to see...

May 13, 2020

At an unprecedented level our children are being encouraged online. We know things are easing in many countries but we can also see life will not go back to the way it was pre-lockdown. I have friends who despite schools being reopened are choosing to keep their childr...

May 4, 2020

Normal. I don't think such a state actually exists and if it does who defines it? One man's normal is another man's nightmare and that same nightmare is someone else's dream. We each have our own puzzle of a life to figure out, to fit and shape together as we feel to b...

May 1, 2020

There's been a bit of a pause reporting back on the Marriage Survey results, a small thing called 'C who must not be named' has as you know interrupted the normal flow of things across the globe. I've been feeling as if I'm now in an eternal Thursday; we know the weeke...

April 29, 2020

My first introduction to Elizabeth Goudge's writings was a modest, shall we say *very loved* copy of The Castle On The Hill. I had heard of her often through another writer's recommendation but hadn't gotten around to looking her up (a bookish person produces a to-read...

April 24, 2020

Our home educating was founded on a philosophy which emphasised the importance of good literature in the past decade, it was a good start, but stories in particular? A storyformed life was a new concept to me four years ago, a beautiful introduction made by author Sara...

April 21, 2020

As I sat on the edge of my almost 13yo son’s bed I could see his face was solemn. He’d been at the Air Cadets that night and came home a little withdrawn and thoughtful. I accompanied him up to bed and give him a goodnight blessing, young hearts are often more open at...

April 17, 2020

Here in our little London corner I feel we're in the Wednesday of lockdown - 'hump day'! We're all a little weary at times but looking forward to the weekend of liberation! As women who love to nurture their minds and pursue intellectual growth it's also so good to be...

April 13, 2020

Hi friends, how are you all?

Jennie and I have been talking further and wanted to encourage you with some thoughts from our own Lockdown life. We're really getting into the nitty gritty now aren't we? We're praying for you, we know it's hard, we're facing new things eve...

April 3, 2020

Happy Friday everyone! Yes it is Friday I think. How are you all doing? Did you watch last week's debut episode of The Quarantine Diaries yet? We are navigating our days each as they come but with a skeletal outline of some fun novelty themes in the evenings. Last Satu...

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