Welcome to a new series on the HeartBeat Podcast with Lauren Jacobs. In this weeks podcast, I engage in an interesting conversation with Natalie Collins, a gender justice specialist from the U.K. We discuss what exactly a gender justice...
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Denise Stair-Armstrong and I enjoy another conversation heart to heart about our views on Mary, the mother of the Messiah. In our different walks we have both experienced a profound understanding and revelation on the surrendered heart and call...
This week I am joined by Brandi the co – founder of Beauty for Ashes Uganda. We talk about transparency, being women who create safe places. Forgetting the sense of “other” and connecting through the reality that “you are...
Lauren's Writing Portfolio
Lauren has been a freelance journalist and writer since 2011. Her writing focuses on story-telling, profiling extraordinary people, sharing truth, poetry and magical stories. This section features some of her latest contributions and past writing work. Take a look and we hope one of these articles will be a blessing to you! Lauren is a professional member of PenSa, and is a monthly contributor to Off the Page Magazine and Spice4Life.Full Portfolio
Yehudit, Chosen by God-By Lauren Jacobs
As a daughter of Israel, Yehudit has always loved and trusted in Yahweh, the God of her people. But personal tragedy and the threat of a mighty enemy pose challenges to her faith. God is with her and will use her in her weakness to deliver an entire nation from evil. Accompany Yehudit on her journey from being a young girl defeated by tragedy to becoming a mighty warrior. Along the way, you will discover how the same God who strengthened her can heal your own wounds and shape your destiny. (Also available in Afrikaans.)
** Yehudit Chosen by God won the Prestigious Desmond Tutu - Gerrit Brand Prize for a debut Christian book by a promising author in 2017, it's time you grabbed a copy to find out why!**
Latest Blog Posts
My blog is a small, sanctified space where I share some musing heart beats.
Yesterday’s stage was gruesome, ugly and crazy, and I lost my favourite cyclist to a bad crash. But the main story that touched my heart was the stage winners story.
All the while you are staring straight ahead at the yellow jersey, something you once had on your shoulders now rests on someone elses, discomfort.
He Stops Here
God had really travelled with me from my morning prayer and through the flesh and blood people I had seen.