Glorifying God in Our Daily Lives by Ruth-Ann Clarke

January 12, 2022|In Christian Living|By Guest AuthorGlorifying God in our daily lives, what does that look like? How do we do it? Is that even possible? Well friend, I’m here to tell you it is possible. Today we are going to look at 3 ways we can give God glory every day. 1 - Prayer Prayer is something that can easily be turned into a selfish act. I often find myself praying for my desires, what I want in the moment that I forget to ask God what He wants. Prayer is one of the…

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Build Your Scaffolding – by Jacqui Hanbury

Build your scaffolding Christmas is such a stressful time, isn’t it! We try to ensure that we focus on the birth of Jesus, but it is hard to resist the pressure around us to buy the right presents, decorate our homes in the way we see others do it (neighbour envy?!?) and ensure you have enough food for your whole family for a month! I know that I find myself buying extra chocolates in case people come round! Why do we do that??!? Hands up…

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From Loneliness to Vulnerability – by Rhianne O’Rourke

Cold cups of tea I grew up in a big family. I’m the oldest of 4 and we constantly had lodgers and students and foreign exchange kids come through our doors. I was most definitely used to noise. I moved to a new city after getting married and was not prepared for how quiet my life suddenly felt. I got married before I started university, so right off the bat I was that weird student who married young. We were the youngest in our church by a long way, and it wasn’t until 6 months after we were…

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Tunnel Vision – by Rhiannon Surage

Anyone else ever feel like we move through life in a bit of a blur…or is that just me? Hair, nails, make-up, lashes – DONE Kids somewhat presentable – DONE Groceries – DONE Family time – in hand Social life – in hand Chores – in hand Career & Finances – in hand Time with God – in hand Me time – pending…. Well, that’s somewhat a representation of my life’s to-do-list (minus the kids…for now lol). Forever Busy Being…

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Hope Dealer of the Month – Adeola Kenneth-Amisu

Hi I'm Adeola. I am a mother of a 12 year-old young lady (going on 30 currently) and the coolest 10 year-old gentleman, married for 14 years to my better half (1st baby).I am the 2nd of 4 siblings, originally from Nigeria. Moved to the UK over 20 years ago for better education and a bright future I was told.What brings a glow to your heart?Cooking, entertaining and organizing events bring me so much joy, I am the chief planner for my nuclear and extended family. My therapy is cooking. When I am…

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Hope Dealer of the Month – Janet Booth

Hi I'm Janet. I am a business owner, wife, mother, daughter & sister.I’m from Harrogate, a grew up on a farm and now live in Skipton, North Yorkshire. My profession is/was a beauty therapist and I had my own business for 13 years which I sold when I had children. I worked in a school for 9 years and left in 2017 as I wanted to explore different avenues and in 2018 we launched “Skiptons House of Design” an online design business selling luxury cushions and we are looking to expand our range…

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Hope Dealer of the Month – Megan Hansel

Hi sweet sisters! My name is Megan Hansel, and we are about to get real, VERY FAST!I am a picture of God’s grace as a wife and momma. Fun fact, I grew up never wanting to be a wife or a mom. I wanted to CLIMB the corporate ladder and be that “bossbabe” that needed NO one and no man. I never knew what I wanted out of life except to be SOMEONE in corporate America. Three summers, I worked at a camp for special needs kids and adults. It changed everything about me. I learned unconditional love…

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Becoming a friend you want to be friends with – By Ammie Black

What would it look like to become a friend you would want to be friends with? Do you have a criteria in mind? An "ideal" friend, maybe?  Childhood Friendships vs Adult Friendships  Consider kids. Most kids make friends rather easily. They meet someone new, and in 5 minutes they're playing and laughing together like they've always known each other.  As adults though, friendships get harder to come by. There are various reasons for this. Work and home responsibilities may not leave much time for…

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She Is a Homemaker & a Cake Baker – by Melisha Pillay

Welcome back Hopeful sister, If you have a sweet tooth for cake & Jesus, this one is for you. Today on The Hope Table, my good friend & guest blogger Mel uses the Proverbs 31 woman & her cake baking skills to show how women of God can be good homemakers & hopefully by the end of this blog post good cake bakers too with her simple sponge cake recipe. Enjoy this sweet & delightful one my friends.  with heart & hope, Shovorne Adams    She Is a Homemaker & a…

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10 Ways Help The Homeless & Join The Mission On Your Doorstep – by Mawuena Rankine

10 Ways To Join The Mission On Your Doorstep & Help The Homeless - By Mawuena Rankine Is it just me? Or is there a change in the landscape of a town near you? In 2019, shopping is no longer a straightforward task as human bodies line the pavements of our busy high streets. If you’re lucky, you might complete your errands ‘begging free.’ But unfortunately, a blissful shopping experience is a luxury that seems a thing of the past. It was this inconvenience that sparked the Active Christians…

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