Go! Japan: “My road is hard, but it’s simple.”

“My road is hard, but it’s simple. It’s a narrow road, but it’s straight. Trust me.” These were the words spoken to me through an English woman in my last week in Mozambique as a sending-out reminder, and it’s been a strong anchor for my soul ever since. I find comfort in those words that doesn’t downplay the sacrifices, the tears or the sufferings of … Continue reading Go! Japan: “My road is hard, but it’s simple.”

“The Christian is someone who gives.”

“What is a Christian?” someone asked a Hindu man. He responded, “The Christian is someone who gives.” I ask you one thing: do not tire of giving, but do not give your leftovers. Give until it hurts, until you feel the pain. Open your hearts to the love God instills in them. God loves you tenderly. What he gives you is not to be kept … Continue reading “The Christian is someone who gives.”

“If we love them, they will be saved.”

One of my favourite speakers in Harvest School was Ms Amy Lancaster. She is one of the most word-centered, faithfilled woman I’ve ever met. A real straight-shooter.  Her words are never easy to digest, but comes out of a heart of genuine, pure love. She spoke a fair bit about the Law in her sessions, which it in itself is not easy to take in. … Continue reading “If we love them, they will be saved.”

“How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth!”

It’s been approximately four months since I returned from my three-month venture in Africa. I find myself constantly going back to the experiences, learnings and breakthroughs I’ve received through my time there. I find myself struggling all the more with life on earth, all the more with what He’s all about, and what Christianity is all about. I have been radically shaken and stirred by … Continue reading “How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth!”