The 52 Week Challenge –Week 13

“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is – His good, pleasing and perfect will,” Romans 12:2.

I find it immensely interesting that no matter what we need to do, we need to learn to think about it differently. We need to change our hearts and our thoughts, and from that, will spring the desired actions and reactions to situations in life. Any situation…

The 52 Week Challenge –Week 12

Last week I admitted that I had pushed aside this challenge a bit due to work pressures, and year-end, and other issues that just seemed more important. But, I made the point that if God needs you to deal with an issue in your life, He will gently keep guiding you back until you focus…

The 52 Week Challenge –Week 11

I must admit, I have gone off this whole thing a bit – work has been intensely busy, and with all the end of year celebrations, there have been parties, and going out, and attending to other issues that I haven’t really had time or energy to focus on this.


that is the wonderful thing about committing yourself to something – at some point, you will come back to this if you haven’t finished learning what you need to.

The 52 Week Challenge –Week 10

After reading Pearl’s challenge last week, there is a verse that has popped into my mind… Romans 5:3-5 NIV:  Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope.  And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into… Continue reading The 52 Week Challenge –Week 10

The 52 Week Challenge – Week 2

Last week – we spoke about Key 1 and how important it is to think yourself sexy. I couldn’t imagine this. I must admit that I did fail. But, I thought about it the whole time. So, what I finally resorted to do was use what was discussed last week as a sort of mantra. So, even though I couldn’t actually visualise it in my head, I found myself saying, over and over again: