Single-Handed but not alone. Read about how Sarah overcame her insecurities and learned to walk in a new truth of who she is.
What is truth told?
In the words of Jesus, ‘truth sets you free.’ Not just telling the truth as the opposite of telling lies, but the ‘telling out’ of truth, whereby hearers are encouraged, uplifted and changed.
Truth is truth. It’s not ambiguous and vague, rather it is solid and wholesome. In every situation we know that ‘truth’ can change and transform the hearer.
Today more than ever before, we need truth and it’s our hope that Truth Told helps you to discover truth, freedom and life.
a word of truth around covid-19
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That expression and its implications is so alien for most of humankind. We were designed to do life together. Whether you live in an African tribe, or work in a high-rise office block with colleagues, live in a family, or are part of a social circle of some sort – life is better with others, and this often involves ‘closeness.’
‘Pearls for the Girls’
A special publication with my friend Melanie Chadwick, of a coffee table book of Bible-based thoughts and observations about all sorts of topics; mostly random everyday situations and common feelings that we hope you can relate to. We like to ask questions that will make you think, pause for a thought and consider.
This is a book of everyday wisdom for women of all ages and we hope that through sharing our stories and artwork we are able to inspire and encourage you in your life.
Melanie is a full-time freelance illustrator, designer, and self-confessed sketch-a-holic. She loves exploring and drawing and spending time outside in nature and by the sea. She graduated with a degree in Fine Art over 15 years ago and has worked on a variety of creative projects and commissions with clients based in the UK, USA, and further afield.
Her illustration work has been published on greeting cards, calendars, gift wrap as well as in recipe books and magazines. She lives on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall with her husband Tony, who leads a small Christian fellowship, and enjoys running art workshops and sketch walks around the area.