My official last working day – what does God have planned now?

Hello everyone! Well it’s rare for me to post on Saturdays! But as today is my official last working day I wanted to write something. As many of you are aware I was informed 2 days before Christmas that I would be losing my job, word has it the reason is because they want lessContinue reading “My official last working day – what does God have planned now?”

7 years in Portugal!

Hello fellow bloggers/friends! Hope that you all had an amazing Christmas and New Year. May God guide you this year in all you do and lead you beside quiet waters! I cannot believe that today makes 7 years since I moved to Portugal! I remember like it was just yesterday. I packed my suitcase earlyContinue reading “7 years in Portugal!”

2022 – thank you! #reminiscing

This year has been like a rollercoaster with some highs and lows. I will highlight some key events below… ⁃ started the year with Covid and in isolation ⁃ Went to Madeira island with my wife as we had vouchers to use from our lost honey moon flights to Budapest. ⁃ Applied for promotions withinContinue reading “2022 – thank you! #reminiscing”

Praying for the persecuted church #16

Hi everyone! Hope that all is well with you and that you had a great Christmas. Let’s continue lifting up our suffering brothers and sisters in Christ. Today we are taking a trip to the Maldives. The Maldives has a population of 466,000 people with a few hundred Christian’s. The population is not huge andContinue reading “Praying for the persecuted church #16”

When one door closes another one opens

Hi everyone! Hope that you are well and have had a great Christmas! How was Christmas for you? I have been quiet lately in the blogging sphere. To be honest, after what happened last week my motivation was shaken. What happened? So on the 23rd December I login to my computer to work as usualContinue reading “When one door closes another one opens”

Praying for the persecuted church #15

Let’s continue praying for our persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ. Today we are taking a trip to Syria, a country ravaged by war and injustice. Syria has a population of about 19.5 million people and around 600 thousand Christian’s. Islamic oppression is the main reason for persecution. All though the Islamic group ISIS isContinue reading “Praying for the persecuted church #15”

Do we leave the best gift unwrapped?

So here it is Merry Christmas everybody’s having fun! Right? We’ve got the turkey cooking and making the house smell scrumptious and perhaps making the neighbours jealous (here in Portugal they eat fish for Christmas dinner!). The gifts are all wrapped up under the Christmas tree ready for giving to some delightful faces. The ChristmasContinue reading “Do we leave the best gift unwrapped?”

Did God literally stop time?

Hey everyone! Today is an interesting blog about a verse that truly captured my attention. Before mentioning the verse I will ask you a question. Do you believe it’s possible for God almighty to stop time? We know that God is outside the realm of time because He eternally exists, but can He actually interveneContinue reading “Did God literally stop time?”

Praying for the persecuted church #14

Hello everyone! Hope all is well with you – we have floods here in Lisbon, it’s gone from an extreme drought to extreme rain. Anyway, the series for praying for our suffering brothers and sisters in Christ must go on! Today we take a trip to Iraq. Iraq is a country with about 42 andContinue reading “Praying for the persecuted church #14”

By their fruit you will recognise them

Just because someone says they are a Christian that does not mean they are one. Many say they follow Jesus and yet Jesus does not know them. God has something to say to those who pretend to Know God, “I never knew you, away from me you who practice evil” (Matthew 7:21-23). These are someContinue reading “By their fruit you will recognise them”