Guest Post by Malaya Gaboury. Just over a year ago, I sat in the dining hall at the Derwenter Youth Hostel, staring at a blank sheet of paper. If I focused on the melody of the instrumental music playing in the background, I could make out the tune of Oceans, right at the part thatContinue reading “Taste and see that God is good- even in a pandemic.”
to be seen and know to the end of your beingarms wide and heart beating andlungs contract with frantic breathing andwaiting for disownment but not receivingit, left confused and wild and slow andknown and known and known and known. shalommeans peace and news that makes wholeto be known is shalom for the whole of yourContinue reading “shalom for the soul//a poem”
Dear Richard Lochhead, I am an “Access to Care” student at Fife College, and over the past couple of weeks, I have embarked on the journey of online education. While I hope that every precaution taken during this time is truly intended for the greater good, I ask you to consider another critical issue: thatContinue reading “An open letter to Scotland’s education minister”
inspired by the #challenge accepted on instagram. to women everywhereevery daywondering if your facewill be the next orwondering what will be leftfor you if loved ones disappearI am so sorry for the fear that engulfs your day to day lifeand I pray that you will finda way to thriveeven in the black and whitebetween whatContinue reading “to women in turkey//a poem”
In 2015, my family moved from Canada to Scotland to serve as missionaries. Today, Malaya and I share how being Missionary Kids (MKs) has affected us. Malaya’s answers are in italics, mine are normal. What kind of missions is your family engaged in? My family moved to Scotland from Canada five years ago. Since then,Continue reading “Missionary Kids: how growing up in ministry shapes your view.”
Guest post by Hannah, writer at Tiny Town Stories. This August, my family embarked on a two-week-long road trip across the country. We’ve done long road trips before, but a trip involving seven people (two of which are toddlers), one minivan, and a million markers is definitely an interesting experience. The plan was to leaveContinue reading “Back on the Road After Covid: Guest Post”
2 amforms the foundations of my thought lifeif only dawn could cut through the knife ofmy thoughtsperhaps i would a be lessworried person but here i am again, i’msorry morning methat you will sufferalmost as greatly as my thoughts do nowsimply because i was unable tosleep.
“Waiting Spaces: a poetry collection” is avalible to order now! You can order the black and white version here or the colour version here. Waiting is a topic very dear to my heart. My family has moved several times and been unsure of whether we would be denied leave to stay in Britian. I haveContinue reading “BOOK RELEASE: Waiting Spaces”