Author: Virtue Ministry

What is Virtue?

What is Virtue?

One of the important questions we must be able to answer for ourselves at Virtue Ministry is, “What is virtue?” The answer was something I wasn’t so sure of when starting out a year ago. The definition in my mind was quite ambiguous. Virtue was “something good”. It was a […]

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A Christmas reflection…

A Christmas reflection…

A Christmas Reflection… The end of a decade and here we are… Christmas is around the corner and there are 2 things I would like to bring to mind in this last blog post for 2019. Gratitude for the year Having been blessed to be granted with some team time […]

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Lady Justice

Lady Justice

Like so many before us, we deal with many injustices in our daily lives. They’re in the community we live in, our workplaces and our relationships. Sometimes, they are small ones that build up and just make our day unpleasant and put us in a bad mood. Some will be […]

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Barista Partner Working Coffee Shop Concept

Just keep swimming

Last year, I got my first job in hospitality at a café. It was a busy café with friendly staff but lots of customers and lots of tasks for me to do. Despite being familiar with how a kitchen worked and finding it easy to serve people, I made many […]

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Young woman fishing in pond in summer evening

Stillness

Stillness A regular dose of silence and quietness is necessary for peace of mind. At least that’s what all the self-care and mindfulness material out there will say. But actually attaining a practice of stillness is no easy feat. If it were as easy as turning off the TV, popping […]

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Do small things with great love

Do small things with great love

Do Small Things With Great Love   Hanging out the washing has always been a job I’ve had a distaste for. I don’t know why, it’s really not that hard. When I was 12, I created a game to make me finish it quicker. I pretended I was on a […]

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Charity, where did she go?

Charity, where did she go?

  We have such heated debates on ethical and moral topics. Everything on life and death, gender and sexuality, lifestyle and marriage. Regardless of where we stand on any of these, the way we approach a conversation about them, also speaks volumes. Distasteful approaches often leave me wondering if we […]

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Simply Surrender

Simply Surrender

Simply Surrender   “Jesus does not demand great actions from us, but simply surrender and gratitude”  – Therese Martin   Growing up, if I was sure of anything, it was that I wanted to be a doctor. When I was 8, the worries of getting good enough grades, finding money […]

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