SOIL. PLANTING. CONVICTIONS
I pray that my influence enlarges. It's not about me but Jesus in me, and reaching as many as possible. It's about bringing my ordinary self into His Greatness.
I love that I get to be a part of the solution here on earth. Helping people find their purpose in Christ is the most rewarding thing ever.
I want my own existence to be a pathway for people to know Jesus – an invitation for them to come home to Jesus.
As an older woman I love the message that we have a role in supporting and mentoring the younger women to be all they can be.
I want the name of Jesus to be honoured again in the UK. I love my job and I love seeing people’s lives changed but we need more of the power of the Spirit, to see more and more people’s lives changed. We cannot do anything without God directing our steps
For me being at Colour Conference and seeing what the Global Sisterhood is doing around the world always blows my mind. Every Colour I think to myself, “These women are changing the world. What can I do? What can I do?…”
I have found so many lonely stay at home mums – it can be a really hard season. So if I can create an environment that helps mums connect with one another and build friendships, I know it just may be the lifeline that someone needs.
From a young age I have always had a heart for those in need, especially young people. From the age of fifteen I regularly travelled with my mum to Thailand to work with children rescued from the sex trade and refugees escaping ethnic cleansing in Burma.
I think the power of human beings to forgive, change and move on is inspiring. There’s nothing more touching than to see Christ exemplified in another person...
People were desperate, however we felt from the beginning to help them to create a sustainable future for themselves. We did this through the simple supply of seeds and tangible encouragement...
"I always imagined myself as a princess when I was a little girl and my father was the king... The truth is that this was not my reality."
When I found myself being asked the simple question at 14, “Did I believe?” I said yes.