September 29th, 2023

Tamsyn Cornelius

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Tamsyn Cornelius is a wife and mother, as well as a writer and editor, based in her home town of Cape Town, South Africa. As a creative, she loves color, décor and crafting beautiful things with her hands. Her first love is Jesus and she takes great pride in sharing her passion for God through the written word.

Exclusive articles:

When Women Hurt: The War Against Gender-Based Violence

As lovers of freedom and justice, the body of Christ cannot turn a blind eye to the abuse of women and gender-based violence around the world. We must act.

My Peace I Give You: How Do We Walk in the Peace of Jesus Christ?

Jesus gave us His peace. But how do we walk in the peace of Jesus during perilous times? Here are three things to remember about peace and how to pursue it.

How to Rekindle Your Child-Like Faith and Wonder in God

Is God calling you to risk it all and step out of the boat today? Perhaps it is time to restore your child-like faith and wonder in all He can do. 

5 Self-Care Tips That Will Enrich Your Marriage

Self-care is important to our personal well-being and for our marriage. Here are five self-care tips that will greatly benefit you and your relationship.

5 Ways to be a Blessing and Make a Difference This Christmas

The Christmas season is the perfect opportunity to be a blessing and make a real difference in someone else's life. Here are 5 ways to do just that.

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Shooting Stars Review: Young Lebron James & Friends, Managing the Pressure

Shooting Stars, depicting Lebron James and his childhood friends, gives us a glimpse of unity under pressure and bonds that last a lifetime.

Creed III Review and Michael B. Jordan’s Two-Word Sermon for Facing the Past

CREED III, ready to rumble on March 3rd. Read our review, including Michael B. Jordan's two-word sermon for viewers facing their past.

Is It Always Biblical to ‘Honor’ Your Father and Mother

Does blind piety damage many parent-child relationships? Here's how Christian families can learn where Confucian culture ends and Paul’s parenting practices begin.

How Good Intentions Can Turn Believers Into Slackers

As Believers, we must guard ourselves against things that rob our focus and purpose. Can good intentions also make us slackers?
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