The journey is just as important as the destination… If you agree on this, I encourage you to keep on reading. If you disagree with this, I suggest you keep on reading. Living in a generation where we want things now, now and now, or where we believe that things come easy and/or we do… Continue reading Enjoy the Journey
Before you jump to conclusion, do not worry, this is not UNFXP’s final blog post saying “pack it in, we’re done here, there’s no point, let’s just give up” – we are on a mission here! The title of this short post is the answer to a question. What we really need to ask ourselves… Continue reading Stop Running and Stop Fighting
We are constantly on the move trying to make something of and for ourselves; maintain relationships and friendships; be healthier and fitter; achieve something great and still enjoy life to the fullest as God intended us to. Sometimes, however, we just keep on going, and going, and going until it gets to a point that… Continue reading How Do you Feel… Today?
“For the word of God is alive and active…” Hebrews 4:12 NIV The word of God is not just for when you are sad, depressed, troubled, mourning or under attack. It is not just a cushion for comfort during difficult times nor is it just a shield during battles but it is also a source… Continue reading Keeping the Word Alive
“But Simon answered and said to Him, “Master, we have toiled all night and caught nothing; nevertheless at Your word I will let down the net.”” Luke 5:5 NKJV Recently, UNFXP posted on its Instagram page, that is it better to fail once, stand up and try again by doing it differently or better, than… Continue reading Fail Once but Try Again
As we come to close November 2016, UNFXP wishes to share what was learnt during the study of “newness” in this month. Despite there only being a few weeks left of 2016, and with the new year fast approaching, we have every reason to open our hearts and minds to greater things to come to… Continue reading November: Newness
Without realising it, many of us are living behind an invisible veil whereby irrational ways of thinking and behaving have become the norm. Because we are yet to set ourselves free, and/or forgive those who have wronged us, subconsciously we are making decisions which are coming from a place of doubt, anxiety, low self-esteem, worry,… Continue reading Set Yourself Free