Jumanji: The Next Level

Have you guys seen the new Jumanji? It’s hilarious. I really enjoyed both of them. Something about The Rock and Kevin Hart together just works!

There’s a part in the movie when they realise that they’re the wrong characters and the skills they currently had weren’t working. It struck me that we’re like that too. When we’re trying to be something we’re not, things are difficult. God has given us each unique skills, passions and strengths for a reason.

What has God put in your hands, and are you using it? Or are you trying to be something you aren’t?


Uniquely Purposed

When God created us, He created us for a special purpose. With a unique set of skills, talents, strengths etc.

So when God calls us to work for Him, He simply asks: “What’s in your hand?” Just as He asked Moses ( Whatever skills, talents and strengths you have already been blessed with, can be used for the kingdom of God!

Sometimes we feel so insignificant, and not worthy enough to be used by God. But like Moses, we shouldn’t be focusing on what we can’t do, but on what God can do through us!

This is where our confidence should come from.


Toy Story 4

A lot of people were wondering why a fourth Toy Story movie was even coming out since the story wrapped up so well in Toy Story 3 (which we all cried for, don’t even lie). Yet there was more to the story, about what Andy was going to do next. There was a greater purpose for Andy.

God has a great purpose for each one of us. And He has an even greater one for ALL of us combined.

Read Matthew 28:16-20 (

What is your next step in your greater purpose to reach people for Jesus?



Earlier this month the Marvel icon passed away. #RIPStanLee
Stan Lee created a whole world of leaders that we know as superheroes
We can mourn for the loss.
But we can also celebrate his life and ask ourselves what we have learnt.

“With great power comes great responsibility.”

To be a leader in school, in church or for your team is no small thing. Take the position with wisdom and courage! You may have read (or even watched) what a big impact Stan Lee’s life made.

Ask yourself:
What am I called to do?
What is the vision for my life?

Read Proverbs 29:18 (KJV)