WordSpace is a way to help you encounter God during your busy day. We have a really cool team of writers who know what it’s like to be a young person trying to figure out life with God. Our daily posts are short, real, relevant and biblical.
Wordspace is a ministry of Scripture Union South Africa.
Our daily themes are
We post a lot about #knowingGod. It’s our prayer these posts will help you discover just how good and beautiful God is and explore how to relate to God better. Life becomes so much better when that happens…
It’s so tempting to believe the lies we tell ourselves and hear from others about who we are. In our #GodsViewofYou posts we take back the truth about who we really are and how God sees us.
Figuring out life with God can be hard. We hope our #faithworks posts will help give you the wisdom, courage and sensitivity you might need to live out your faith in the real, messy world.
Good artists take snapshots of the way life is and shake our imaginations with truth wrapped in beauty. Sometimes the truth is plain to see, other times we need God’s perspective to help make sense of what we see or hear. In our #YourSoundtrack posts we go digging for nuggets of truth in the songs you’ve probably been listening to on the radio, iPod, YouTube …
It’s hard to beat the power of a good story well told. Movies can do that brilliantly. Sometimes movies capture a fresh and exciting way of seeing part of a much bigger Story. They can show us truth that points to the One who is Truth. In our #theStoryinFilm posts we go hunting for those moments …
In our #wisewords posts we go searching for wisdom in the book of Proverbs. What we find is often surprising … and still amazingly relevant for young people today
We really want to be relevant to the lives of young people. Sometimes the best way to do that is to broadcast posts written by teenagers for teenagers – right out of the messiness of life. Real, honest, prayerful – we’ve loved seeing what our readers send in (yes, you can send us something too).
How should we respond to what’s happening right now in our world? #GodsStoryNow will offer some reflective thoughts on what’s headlined this past week.