2017 was a year of tough decisions and transitions, and also a year of experiencing God’s love in amazing ways through His community. And even as I look back, one thought that stayed with me through most of the year
Last summer I truly believed I would never experience anything so uncomfortable as moving halfway across the world to serve in an HIV clinic in New Delhi. This year, however, I moved back to the city I grew up in
One morning, I was woken up by a rustling sound. I was home alone at the time (as my husband was travelling). Startled and puzzled, I switched on the torch on my phone and warily walked towards where I thought
January 1, 2016, dawned bright and clear in Chennai. The sky was a beautiful shade of blue with fluffy white clouds, and little birds chirped sweetly as I went to church. A gentle breeze blew as I walked in to
I have a project management background, so for me “New Year’s Resolutions” look less like a list of things I’d like to do and more like a wildly detailed mind-map of “Project New Year”. And 20 days in, it’s easy
Here’s something you don’t hear very often: I absolutely love New Year resolutions. I probably shouldn’t anymore – I’ve crashed and burned with my eat right, get organised, read the Bible every morning, get off Facebook, listen more, be patient
As is the practice with some of us at the start of each year, I began my Read-the-Bible-in-a-Year program this January 1, 2016. One week into the year I am already behind schedule, reading somewhere around Genesis 3 or 4.
“For today, all you need is the grace to begin beginning.” Julia Cameron “9 Words About Beginnings” — that title was heading the Dictionary.com homepage for the first week of 2016 and every time I pulled up the app on