A holiday in Australia on a beautiful island might just be a paradise. For us it was indeed one until a fateful night, when my daughter fell from the couch and broke her hand. We had just returned our rental vehicle for two days and wanted to enjoy the remaining 5 days in this isolated wonderland. Stranded without transport, my husband ran to the only old neighbours’ next door that we recently met.
With worry and concern they rushed over and immediately called emergency services who told them to get Rebecca to the nearest health centre, the nearest being 40 kilometres away. Without hesitation they offered us the use of their car. Being on a pace maker & having taken an evening drink the husband couldn’t drive. But they accompanied us & showed us the way to the health centre all the while praying and offering us words of support. Continue reading
During our courtship, I remember telling my husband that when I have a kid, I might want to quit my job and be a full time mother. I had my priorities straight, family first; then my job. Six months into my marriage we found out I was expecting. We were overjoyed!
I always did well at work even though I wasn’t really passionate about my job. Eight months into my pregnancy I took a break from work for a year with the intention to quit immediately after. Our little girl was born at my native place. I was all set to be the best mom to my little baby who came into this world looking exactly like her dad and looks more like him every day. Continue reading
“by your endurance you will gain your life.” (luke 21:19)
Dear brothers and sisters,
I am William Gatchuessi, full time missionary for CFC India. Through this testimony, I would like to share about endurance, which has been a part of my life until now. To begin with, I will speak about perseverance and why one needs to persevere, after which I would like to speak about how one can persevere and reap the fruit of perseverance. Continue reading
The little girl was in the garden picking up berries that she was happily eating. She was relishing the sweet-sour taste of the fruit. She picked a bagful of the little treats, which she took home to enjoy.
Some of the berries were dirty, some wormy, some over-ripe and dried up, but she went through as many as she could. As expected, gorging herself on these berries led to her falling sick. Her parents were not too happy and forbade her from picking or eating the berries. Continue reading