Walking into the last weekend of 2019, it’s a great opportunity to reflect on what’s been and what’s to come.

How was your year?
What are your highlights and how did you grow as a person?
What are you looking forward to in 2020?
How are you planning to grow your faith in 2020?

My prayer for you is Romans 15:13 – I pray that you are filled with joy and hope as you walk into the promises of the new year, knowing that you can trust the Holy Spirit to walk alongside you every step of the way.

Trust God with your 2020!


Foggy Views

Driving in fog can be scary. You only see what’s right in front of you; the distance is a mystery. This is our lives, most of the time: only knowing what’s right in front of us.

The next week, month or year is unknown. We have to hope and trust in God for our next step, because He set out and knows the way so well.

He has infinite vision of the way forward and leads with grace. You can put your worries and fears to rest, because you know your way is secured.

Allow God to guide you: He knows the way.



Read Proverbs 16:20 (

To trust the Lord is wise. But trusting the Lord not only brings wisdom, it brings JOY too.

Many have wanted and want wisdom but have never found it because they refuse to trust Jesus and surrender their lives to Him. The way to live this life, and the way to handle anything life throws at you is to trust God.

Many times we think the answer to complicated situations must also be complicated. But here in Proverbs we read that it’s quite simple. The key to a life filled with wisdom and joy is: TRUST in Jesus.


Don’t Worry!

In Luke 10:38-41 ( we read about Martha, whose focus was too much on serving. She worried and got upset about many things. Are you a Martha at times, or maybe too often? Do you hold onto to your worries or do you leave them with God?

Read Proverbs 11:28 here –

God wants us to trust Him. He wants us to give our burdens and worry over to Him. We will grow and flourish like trees when we do. Can you hear Him say, ‘come my child and trust in me”?

What are you worried about that you need to trust God with?