Love your neighbour #covid19

Are the people you’re living in lockdown with driving you crazy? You need space but there’s nowhere to hide. Aaaaargh!!

This is how Jesus wants us to love our family: Love cares more for others than for self. Love doesn’t want what it doesn’t have, doesn’t force itself on others, isn’t always “me first,” doesn’t fly off the handle, doesn’t keep score of the sins of others, doesn’t revel when others grovel, takes pleasure in the flowering of truth, puts up with anything, trusts God always, always looks for the best, never looks back, but keeps going to the end (1 Corinthians 13:5-7).

Jesus, help me to love like this!


Tall Girl

Jodi is super tall for her age, and her peers don’t let her forget it. We watch Jodi’s journey to self-acceptance, standing tall and proud about who she is.

The world speaks a lot about loving ourselves. In Matthew 22:39 (, Jesus puts a spin on this concept. He is basically saying this: in the same way that we worry about ourselves – we are always thinking about our well-being, about what we want and need – we should be loving and concerned about others in this way just as much.

How do you allow Jesus’ love to change you AND those around you at the same time?



We read in Mark 3:13-19 ( about the 12 disciples Jesus chose to be sort of like His community for 3 years. They did life together, they served Jesus and others together, they followed Jesus wherever He went, they prayed together and prayed for others together, they learnt more and more about God and His kingdom together, they grew in their faith and relationship with Jesus together.

They had a very specific purpose in God’s plan and His kingdom – TOGETHER. They were better together with Jesus.

You were made to do life, serve Jesus, build His kingdom TOGETHER with others.
Hebrews 10:24-25 (