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Isabella Hope

A Piece of the Puzzle- Relieved to find that I still fit

Last weekend my sending church in the UK brought me back as a guest for their annual missions conference. I hadn’t left my host country in over 2.5 years, and a third baby, a pandemic, and a house move later, I was thrilled to fly back to the UK for a weekend (child-free- thank you …

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I just can’t do it anymore

An honest account of a church-planter who came to the end of herself and why it was just what she needed Pulling my mask aside to sip my coffee, and thankful that the people around me in my local coffee house didn’t know English, I poured out my heart down the phone to a mentor …

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Break the Rules

When we moved to the middle east I discovered that there were loads of rules in my new home… which no one kept! As someone who grew up in Britain, this was hard for me to grasp. We all have our own worldviews and it was fun having this one challenged! Here is some examples …

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Frozen Turkeys and Living Sacrifices

One of the things I really miss from my life in the UK is corporate sung worship. Those moments of scriptural truth declared together over stunningly powerfully music. I particularly miss the more rare occasions where we got to be a big crowd in worship. Where I could feel unseen and scream my heart out …

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