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Speak Beloved is about encouraging the ones who love. It’s one of the last instructions Jesus gave to His disciples – to be known for their love. But it’s not easy. We need all the encouragement we can get, to be equipped and inspired to love those around us. Speak Beloved tackles the tough topics of depression, anxiety and fear. We talk about relationships and careers and the obstacles we face. We speak life and prophecy and hope to the dark places. Have a look around, join the conversation and subscribe to our newsletter. It’s good to see you here, Beloved.

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Life After Shame

Shame was really the first evidence of sin. In that garden called Eden, Adam & Eve dishonoured God by eating the forbidden fruit. Immediately they became ashamed of their nakedness. I can’t begin to comprehend all that happened in that moment of history, but... read more

About Depression

Depression is a problem, but it is not a shame. It’s the outworking of pain, it’s a spirit crying for help, to be noticed, to be seen. There is nothing shameful about recognizing this. There is nothing embarrassing about answering that cry, or noticing the... read more

Stolen Identity

I have 7 little ones in my care right now. 7 tiny people with 7 big personalities. 7 sets of strengths and weaknesses, different ways of celebrating life and bringing joy to those around them. 7 different sets of annoying habits, unique needs and weak areas. But I... read more


There’s a lot of us looking for breakthrough. Some chase it with lottery tickets, others go looking for an experience that gives them a taste of heaven. Really, what we’re all seeking is for God to come into our lives. We want Him to break through the dust... read more

A Letter to the Under Valued

Hello Beloved. You need to hear this, if you are waiting for a better day. You need to hear this if you are in a dead end job, or in between jobs, or are in a place where your passions and talents are not being recognized. You need to hear this if you are a parent who... read more

I Don’t Know

I used to have all the answers, and it felt great. I was really good at describing what went on behind the scenes. Figuring out how things work. Mature for my age. Wise. Curious. I was the one you came to when you needed an answer, when you wanted to know the why and... read more