Inspired by my own perpetually-broken body, whilst trying to shake the phrase “injury-prone” from my own and others’ vocabulary when referring to me, I began to focus on the ‘positive’ side of my regular niggles and injuries. Positively, I know that when I do suffer an injury blow, I tend to recover “quicker than expected”,… Continue reading Acceptance: The First Step in Achieving Your Healing Miracle
I'd like to say: ‘No humans were hurt during the making of this film,' but cannot honestly end with this disclaimer. Filming action shots required real action – not just for the protagonist. Who knew that camera men suffered too? Here’s a picture of my amazing cameraman, Alpha losing in his battle with a cactus.
I initially began writing about how gutted I was that America does not celebrate Easter with yummy chocolate eggs because their chocolate is painfully lacking in good taste levels. (UK chocolate is far superior). Then I checked myself and thought I’d articulate the true reason for the season...
There will be haters. There will be supporters. And there will always be unbelievers.
Let me just quickly share with you a snippet of the message my pastor, Glyn Barrett spoke this morning (22.215) in church (http://audaciouschurch.com/grow/#podcasts). It really encouraged me to remember and trust in how magnificent and big my God is. It’s a word we Christians all know about but sometimes forget to grab hold of in… Continue reading God is bigger than our failures
Church followed by ‘football’ is a typical American Sunday. That’s what I‘ve been told anyway. And that is also my experience so far. Last night was a fabulous novelty for me. I felt like such an American – I have an actual ‘football’ team to support – the Arizona Cardinals. And I watched and enjoyed… Continue reading An NFL Sunday – ‘football’ through the eyes of a newbie