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Thursday Quote Day: Charles Spurgeon

For this week’s “Thursday Quote Day” here is another quote from pastor and theologian Charles Spurgeon:

“Friendship is one of the sweetest joys of life. Many might have failed beneath the bitterness of their trial had they not found a friend.”


10 things you should do before you're 25 and things I REALLY wish I had done!!!

They say that you always regret the things you don’t do, not the things you do. These 10 points are mixed with a little sadness and a little authority. 1,030 more words


4 Types Of Friends You Don't Need In Your Life

When was the last time that you did a thorough health checkup to make sure all of your bits and bobs were in good working order? 1,011 more words


To the Confused Single Christian

The Christian dating scene is quiet an interesting one, I must say. I never really understood how things worked. I heard different things from different people which confused me even more. 1,562 more words

If everyone likes you..

you’re doing it wrong.

There are over 7 billion people in the world. Yes, cue the eye-rolling. We’ve all heard it before. From teachers, parents, anyone who want’s to annoy us with the “There’s more fish in the sea” speech. 516 more words

Martin (the good man) Mordecai

I wrote about writer Pamela Mordecai in a previous post. Her husband Martin Mordecai was also present at Word on the Street 2016. I am always in awe of spouses that can show very public devotion to a mate whose talent or acclaim or role overshadows theirs (like Prince Phillip and Queen Elizabeth) without a hint of rivalry or bitterness. 132 more words

Melania Daniel

Third Year Stress

I am about to join back up with my house mates for my third year of university (where have two years gone!) I’m studying towards a degree in childhood, youth and education, the ultimate aim when I began the course was to become a Primary School teacher (although I’m currently looking at other opportunities) I do find going back to university quite a challenge, I’m rooted to home. 242 more words