Jhonelle Grant

Press Services International

Jhonelle is a Jesus enthusiast and Christian youth leader. She’s a lover of all things related to discipleship and a freelance writer.

  • Cycles

    I just finished a journal and now I’m on to the second one for the year. This year has been quite a reflective one and I’ve definitely committed more to journaling the highs and the lows with the Lord. I was a bit saddened by how strikingly similar the ending of my recently finished journal was to the one before it.

  • Where are you?

    If by some wild chance you could craft the character of God, what traits would you add to His mix?

  • Lessons in obedience

    I’ll start this article off with a quick confession. I’m a 25-year-old stuck in an 85 year old body. I am chronically unfit, unimaginably uncoordinated, and as achy as a geriatric.

  • Stay focused, stay obedient

    2020 has brought just about 3 years worth of trouble.A year that will go down in the history books as one of the craziest years and will have the jaws of our children’s dropping as we retell the tales.

  • God is speaking

    We have an amazing privilege to be partners with what God desires to do in the earth in this time but it calls for a greater sensitivity to His will and instructions.

  • Death, the harsh teacher

    “So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom”(Psalm chapter 90, verse 12).This is one of my favourite scriptures  because it is an extremely sobering gem.

  • Willing yet weary

    I am a 25 year old often feeling like I’m trapped in an 80 year old’s body. This is largely due to my lack of exercise and sedentary lifestyle, but it’s also coupled with the fact that I battle with genuinely wanting to do nothing, all the time.

  • The discipline of intimacy

    “Christianity is a relationship not a religion.” We hear this phrase all the time and many catchy variations have made their way unto Christian paraphernalia.

  • Loving Jesus

    If someone asked if I loved Jesus, I’d quickly say yes. After all, isn’t that the crux of my Christianity?

  • Understanding God

    Let me preface this piece by saying I don’t know! There are a myriad of questions that I think naturally arise from the title and I just want to put it out there that I do not know.