What do you long for? What is the thing that your heart craves?
Is it possible that your deepest desire is to be free?
Continue reading “2018 Theme – Free Indeed”
My mother often said… ‘If the shoe fits, wear it’. She used it in a number of circumstances but importantly to highlight that if you choose shoes that don’t fit, you’re going to come to grief. Continue reading “Shoes that fit”
What comes to mind when I say “be gutsy”? Maybe you think of skydiving, karaoke, mountain climbing or public speaking. Maybe you think of letting your child go on a tall climbing frame, pulling out the glitter or splashing in muddy puddles. Maybe just getting out of bed in the morning and facing a new day takes guts. Continue reading “Be Gutsy!”
Forgiveness is one of the most powerful expressions a human can make towards another. It has implications for everyone involved. Continue reading “Free to forgive”
Much of our life is built around hope. Hope stimulates change for the better.
When you cuddled your new baby for the first time, what did you hope for him or her? When you look at your children what do you hope for them?
I remember the hopes … they started early. Continue reading “The hope of Easter”
Ok I confess: I am an avid watcher of ‘Married at First Sight’! I know, I know, it adds no value to my life, and the show is probably manipulated to make viewing more exciting but I have become addicted nevertheless. I suspect my ‘girly’ love of beautiful weddings and my romantic love of ‘happily ever after’ stories has caused me to be sucked in. Continue reading “Free To Love – Healthy Expectations”
What’s the big deal with the 3 simple words ‘I love you’?
As a midwife I cared for a woman having her second child just last week and her first words when she took her little girl in her arms, through sobs of joy, was ‘I love you so much’. I don’t have to tell you that it was a pretty special moment. Continue reading “Let Love Be The Loudest Voice!”
This year, MOPS groups across Australia and the world, are exploring the theme Free Indeed. It got me wondering about the word indeed, and how we don’t tend to use it much these days. Continue reading “Free Indeed”
I have a 16 year old son who is learning to drive. He has only just this week sat for his Learner’s licence, and so it has begun with the basic foundational principles, like the importance of checking your mirrors before you move off.
Coming to the end of another calendar year, I thought we could take a quick look in the rear vision mirror before we move off into a New Year. Continue reading “A glance in the rear vision mirror before we proceed”