I’ve had such an awesome week down at Soul Survivor Scotland as a youth leader with WCC Youth. They are such an incredible group of young people; it’s a constant privileged to get to hang out with them.
It was absolutely amazing to see 1,000+ young people meeting with God in a really powerful way, encountering his real love for them, and making brand new friendships with people from all across Scotland.
Really hope I can be a part of it all again next year!
Ps: here’s a wee lil’ sketch of our campsite… (:
Absolutly love this picture in the Old Testament when Moses was leading the people of God out of exile into the promised land (Exodus 13).
It’s an amazing reminder of God’s promise to never abandon those whom He loves: He is the light that guides our path.
If we lift our eyes and focus on Him, He will not lead us astray…
Everyone’s favourite ghost Pokémon, and the joint focus of one of my favourite episodes from the first season of the anime: ‘The Tower of Terror’!
(Featuring: #92 Gastly, #93 Haunter and #94 Gengar)
I’m gonna be starting a new section on my blog that I’m calling the ‘Pokémon Drawing Challenge’, where I’m gonna try and draw as many of the 800+ Pokémon discovered so far as I can!! It’s gonna be fun (and long) adventure!!!! 😊✍🏻🎨🙌🏻
I’ve started it of with the original Kanto squad, in all their glorious splendour!!! 😎🍃🔥💦
(Featuring: #1 Bulbasaur, #2 Ivysaur, #3 Venusaur, #4 Charmander, #5 Charmeleon, #6 Charizard, #7 Squirtle, #8 Wartortle and #9 Blastoise)
“It’s the weakness of the sail that makes it sensitive to the wind…”
– Jason Upton
We don’t always have to be strong. To be impregnable. To be bullet-proof.
It’s often in our weakest and most vulnerable moments when we can have the most lasting impact on the people we meet, on our friends, and on the world…
This week I’ve been away at a worship leaders conference called ‘The Week’ down in Birmingham with Worship Central. It’s been such an amazing time: incredible, incredible teaching, and such sweet times of worship.
One of the images that Ken Costa shared was about how the hopes and dreams each of us have are sort of like acorns. These acorns can either die as young saplings, or grow into strong oak trees.
I don’t know about you, but I want all of my hopes and dreams to grow strong…
Sometimes our heart can feel so broken: battered and bruised; beyond all hope of saving; “I’m too far gone”…
But I believe that God loves YOU. I believe that God made YOU. I believe that God has the power to transform your life, to transform your heart and make it new. To take away all the hurt, the pain, the struggle, and replace it with hope and joy everlasting.
He is willing. He only asks that we call on His name.
“Father, Dad, I need You…”