“Did they see you!?”

“No, they didn’t. Don’t worry, no one knows we’re hiding here.”

“I still can’t believe it. One minute He was praised as King, and the next they crucified Him!”

“If they find us, they’ll kill us like they killed Him.”

“They won’t.”

“I can’t sleep. I just keep seeing the blood, and hearing His voice. He said God had forsaken Him.”

“And those people kept mocking Him. Even while He was dying! WHAT’S WRONG WITH THEM!?”

“So, what do we do now?”

“Not sure Maybe in a few days people will forget and we can leave.”

Read: Mark 15:33-39(


Goodbye FEAR!

During these uncertain times, it’s so easy to let fear overtake our minds and hearts. Unsure of what tomorrow holds. We can be sure of this, we have a loving and protective Father, who will not let any harm come our way. Fear has no place in our lives. Jesus has already defeated fear.

Isaiah 43:1 ( reminds us of this, and tells us who and whose we are. We have been saved, God calls us by name and tells us we are His.

So walk in confidence knowing that God loves us, He’s called us, we don’t need to fear.



It’s a phrase thrown around at Christmas time – Emmanuel. It means “God with us”. When someone close to me became really sick at Christmas, I learned then, and in the following year, that God is always with me. It’s a promise He makes in the Bible:

Read Isaiah 41:10 (

Do you ever feel scared when you’re alone? Fear is a natural response to feeling alone. It’s easy to start thinking that God has abandoned you, especially when you’re having a tough time. During these times remember the words in Isaiah, God is with you always. This is something awesome to know about God.


A spirit of power, love and a sound mind #covid19

There’s a lot of fear in the world and possibly in your heart right now. We’re surrounded by so much uncertainty and so much information (some true, some lies). It can be overwhelming – right?

As followers of Jesus we have the Spirit of the Living God within us. “God did not give you a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and a sound mind” (2 Timothy 1:7). This is currently written on our kitchen door. It’s a constant reminder that we mustn’t give in to fear but trust God to empower us so that we can be bringers of hope to those around us.