ABOUT US"Publish his glorious deeds among the nations. Tell everyone about the amazing things he does" — Psalm 96:3
God bless you!
The birth of my twins was just one of the many incidents. Before they arrived in 2011, my devotion to God left much to be desired; this addition would change everything. Family life became so hectic as I tried to juggle a dozen of tasks at once. I was overwhelmed and found myself frantically looking for help. As if all these weren’t enough, in 2014 (3 years later), while on my master’s degree programme in University of Oslo, Norway, I discovered I was pregnant with my fourth child. I almost ran crazy. With four little kids under 5 years of age, a Masters program, my husband working full time and no other help, I began to crumble emotionally.
I realized I needed God’s help to remain sane each day. I dreaded waking up. My thoughts constantly clamored with reminders of endless chores waiting for me— assignments from school, papers to read, what to prepare for dinner, kids school lunch, appointments to keep, the list continues. I dreamt of chores and woke up to chores; It was such a nightmare getting from morning to night. I became impatient with my kids. Although I was overwhelmed by time pressures, I finally resorted to carving out time early every day to meditate on God’s word and plan my day. Before long, this new habit of spending quality time with God each morning had a dramatic impact on me. It made the difference between my being nice or being a monster to the people around me. It helped me develop ears to hear God and do what He instructs.
As a result, I started experiencing tangible victories in many areas of my life. I was thrilled to see that each victory propelled me to trust God more. Excitedly, I began to document and pay attention to what God was doing in my life and others’. As I shared these victories with friends, many were encouraged and challenged. As I saw how these victories resonated with friends and relatives, I thought, “why not start a blog to share my stories and others’ to encourage as many people as possible?”. I relish the satisfaction of having to publish helpful and encouraging news!
I’d be thrilled to hear what God has done for you. Do you want to share your story?Please send your story here.
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