Who holds your heart?

Who holds your heart?

Over the years I’ve given my heart to boys, then snatched it back when I realised I didn’t like them, leaving them bewildered and confused. I’ve held out my heart to a crowded room, offering it to anyone who would take it ‘Please, someone? Does no-one want my heart?’. I’ve thrust my heart into unworthy hands who played with it, dropped it, and smashed it on the floor. Then I’ve picked up the pieces and offered them to Jesus: ‘Will you accept my broken heart?’ And oh so lovingly, Jesus said yes. Keep Reading…

Trusting God with your Love Life

Trusting God with your Love Life

 My name is Joanne and this is my story. We all have a story. I thought my story was just for me but over the years as I’ve shared it with others, I’ve discovered it’s not just for me. God has used it to speak to others and my prayer is that it will speak to you. Keep Reading…

Grace When you Need It

Grace When you Need It

It's one thing to say 'I trust you Lord' but it is human nature to worry and to look ahead with fear; 'How will I cope?' 'What if...', 'How will I ever...?', 'I can't...'; 'It will be too much...'. I've discovered it's not the power of positive thinking or even trying really, really hard that helps you overcome these fears but Jesus Himself gives us three ways to stand firm against fear and worry, to trust that grace will come when we need it:

I know I'm a child of God but...

I know I'm a child of God but...

I’ve waited too long to post this blog. I’ve been waiting for one massive revelation that will mean I forever and always feel 100% sure and secure in my identity as a child of God. I’ve been waiting for something new, something I didn’t know before, that would act like a key to unlocking the secret to being satisfied in Christ. I’m so sick of saying ‘I know I’m a child of God but…’ The only idea I thought of was something so simple, it didn’t feel ‘blog-worthy.’ But here goes anyway.

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Looking for love all over again....

Looking for love all over again....

I started to write a book because I thought I had something to say. When I submitted it to Malcolm Down Publishing it was because I thought I had a finished product that was ready to be published. But it seems that God had a different idea. …