In 1991 Irene Gleeson towed a caravan up a hill in Uganda and started to teach and feed a few war-traumatised children. That grew to Irene and her team caring for 8000 children. As you'll hear in the interview, Irene was expecting live into her 80s. Things didn't go to plan - she passed away last week at age 68 - but she leaves behind a remarkable legacy.
Still Waiting for God to Heal You? There’s Hope. [Free Ebook]. This little ebook was was released in 2014 as my mother underwent treatment for cancer. But I still believed in healing, and I still do now. In 'When God Doesn't Heal', I explain why… and offer hope. #Healing #Miracles #Disappointment #Suffering http://sheridanvoysey.com/still-waiting-for-god-to-heal-you-theres-hope-get-your-free-ebook-now/
Imagine you are blindfolded in the middle of a battlefield. The deafening sounds of explosions are drowning out the shouts of direction from those around you. From where you stand, all you perceive is that there is a war against you. Without vision or distinction between your enemy and allies, you begin simply aiming for...Continue Reading
It's a leap year, which gives us an extra day... But what if you had just one more day every week? How would you use it? Your answer is very revealing... #LeapYear #OneMoreDay #SpareTime #BeStill #Retreat