On Sunday I was asked to be interviewed in our Church Service. This was an amazing opportunity and I was so grateful to be able to share with the Church what God was challenging me about. Below is the interview, (SR is the person who interviewed me): SR: In our story today we see that […]Read more "How We Support Those Who Suffer"
I wanted to write about my experience in this centre, also about my journey to get a diagnosis. Partly because there isn’t much information about the centre, I looked it up online to find out where I’d be going, but I couldn’t find out a lot. So, I’m hoping if anyone needs to know what […]Read more "My Stay at the Neuromuscular Complex Care Centre, London"
I’ve been struggling with acceptance on many levels over the past few weeks. Firstly, I struggle to believe people will accept me as I am, warts and all. I am trying to learn that I am a person separate to my illnesses, they have become my identity, but they aren’t. People see me as a […]Read more "Acceptance Vs. Giving Up"
I have been reading Claire’s book which came out on the 3rd November. It is titled ‘Taking off the Mask.’ It is a very honest account of how her own masks were ripped off in front of her whole Church, she explores why we feel the need to put masks on and cover up who […]Read more "Taking Off the Mask by Claire Musters"
Tanya Marlow’s new book Those who Wait can be bought here it is the last day of her special offer! So get it quick! She asked us to share our favourite quotes, so I thought I’d blog about them and explain why they speak to me. One of my favourite quotes is right at the […]Read more "Reflections on ‘Those Who Wait’ – Part 1"
‘This is part of the synchroblog on waiting, to celebrate the release of Those Who Wait: Finding God in Disappointment, Doubt and Delay by Tanya Marlow – out now. See more here and link up to the synchroblog here.’ At the start of Tanya’s blog we are asked to draw a clock, around which we […]Read more "Waiting #ThoseWhoWait"
Those Who Wait – Tanya Marlow “Sometimes I wait for better health like an irritated adult, struggling against the awkwardness and discomfort of waiting. Sometimes I wait like a preschool child on the way to the beach, yelling to God repeatedly, “Are we nearly there yet?” and whining and fidgeting…Often I wait with peace – […]Read more "Book Review #Those Who Wait"