Kate Tooke

Press Services International

My name is Kate and I love gardening, exercising, and being involved with my church social groups. I have loved to write from a young age, and took up poetry as a teenager. I have recently got married and am enjoying getting used to married life.

  • Through the storm

    Everybody on this earth faces challenges or difficulties at some point of their lives. No one is immune from trauma or suffering. But as Christians, how do we cope when things go wrong? And what does God teach us during those struggles?

  • Santa or saviour

  • Hold your tongue

    Freedom of speech is becoming a controversial topic in society today. You can be attacked for saying or not saying just ...

  • Nothing to fear

    All over the world we are currently dealing with the virus Covid 19 in some way or another. Whether it be through lockdowns, testing, immunizations or simply just from what we are seeing in the media. We are all becoming familiar with new protocols of hand washing and face masks as well.

  • Building a bridge

    “Pablito the Bible was meant to be a bridge not a wedge.” This quote from the Alex Sanchez book “the God box” reminds us of what God truly intended His Word to be a tool for.

  • Judge and Jury

    We are taught from very young that it is wrong to have stereotypes of others and to be prejudiced against certain groups or types of people. In society today, we constantly hear about sexism, racism and inequality. But how many of us really understand what it means to judge others?

  • When God closes a door

    Lots of us have had the frustrating experience of praying for something and not getting what we prayed for. Whether it be a job opportunity, a healing or simply just something that we really want.

  • Accept the unexpected

    “The thing I love about Christianity is that it’s the one religion that basically says: you stink! Come on in!” This quote from comedian Brad Stine is actually quite true.

  • Jesus loves the little children

    “Jesus loves the little children, all children of the world.” This well known children’s song dates back to 1862 and reminds us from an early age how much God truly cares for the little ones on earth.

  • Disable or God abled?

    So long as there have been people on this earth, there have been people with disabilities and impairments. From Moses having a stutter in the old testament to the blind and lame beggars in the new testament.