This Little Life

THIS LITTLE LIFE: Changing Culture, One Life-Affirming Story at a Time

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THIS LITTLE LIFE is a new opportunity on my blog to share your own story of how valuable, beautiful and significant life is, from the moment it takes up lodging in the womb to the last breath.

Life has been defaced, devalued, dehumanised and it’s through real-life stories that we can change this culture.  Please consider sharing the complexities and revelations of your own journey.  There are no hard and fast rules regarding what stories I will publish.  Perhaps you could ask yourself:
Does my story demonstrate the innate value of life?  Could it help others?
I think we often underestimate just how powerful our stories are.

Not so good at getting the words out of your head and into a cohesive read? That’s where I can help.  Please send me an email at inklingmedia01@gmail.com and we’ll find a way together.

Keep an eye out for the first THIS LITTLE LIFE instalment in the next few days.  And don’t forget to share these powerful stories – I’ll post them on Facebook and Twitter as usual.

Bless you!
Claire.

“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart.” (Jeremiah 1:5)

“Even though my heart and flesh may fail, You are the strength of my heart and my hope forever.” (Psalm 73:26)

“You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.” (Genesis 50:20)

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4 Comments

  1. Bronwyn Baker says

    Dear Claire

    You are such a treasure. I so admire how you stand for righteousness and persist.

    Gen 50:20

    Just love this verse, a strong anointing of a Rhema word!

    I will forward this to my friends.

    Praying that the Holy Spirit continues to fill you, strengthen you, protect and provide for you and your family.

    Blessings,

    Bron Baker

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  3. John Wigg says

    The idea of “life-story” material as an antidote to the soulless, philosophical underpinnings of the euthanasia movement is good: If “bright ideas” fail in real life, “where the rubber hits the road”, surely they are “thought bubbles” which demand a “bursting” ASAP.

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