We left the UK just under 5 months ago. That feels too long ago – for there is definitely still a part of my heart that lies with those I love in that land. And it’s almost sad that our roots are loosening there and deepening here. Almost – but not quite – because it’s all part of the call, the adventure and the blessing. Read more
My soul sings a song of gratitude
For no words can tell of the goodness of my God Read more
Today, after dropping Danno off at school, I took a drive with my Father and King. I’m so grateful to live in a place where I can go for a drive on open roads at 8am! As I drove, I drank in the Zimbabwean landscape and asked my Father to help me fall in love with this nation He has brought me to. I “happened” to be listening to some great African music and really felt the Lord leading me in my thoughts and prayers.
Here at Backpacker’s Paradise, you never know what a day might hold. Yesterday morning, we found that a guy had spent the night in his car on our driveway – apparently he got lost after getting a puncture in his car. He ended up at our home, and we had some great conversations with him in the morning, over a cup of coffee. We all agreed he’d ended up at ours for a reason ☺
We will be moving to Zimbabwe in 2 weeks time. This is the story of how we have got to this point. The text here comes from a brief talk we gave at a missions night at KingsGate. It was written by my husband, Adam.
Yesterday I had the immense privilege of preaching at my local church (KingsGate). I entitled my sermon “Journeys with Jesus“. Below are the notes that I made in preparation for this sermon, or you can download the recording from the KingsGate podcast here.
With just over 6 weeks to go until our move from London to Bulawayo, I have decided to write my first blog message. I’ve kept journals for years and years and I’m sure this will be a journalling place for me. You’ll probably find it quite personal and I’ll often be writing to God in my entries, as that is how I process best. This is me – just as I am. Feel free to follow my journey…