Jenneth Graser is South African born and has lived in Cape Town for most of her life, but has also lived in British Columbia, Canada when her family immigrated there in the early 80’s. She is married to Karl and they have 3 girls, Abigail, Sophia and Joelle. Jenneth has a degree in Library and Information Studies. She is homeschooling her children.
Karl and Jenneth facilitate the contemplative group, Free Flow. Jenneth has an avid interest in books, poetry, creativity, the outdoors and contemplative prayer and music. She loves to travel and enjoys experiencing different cultures of the world. She is the author of “Catching the Light: a Devotional“.
Posts by Jenneth
Often when we think of wholeness and health we have to also look outside of a spiritual perspective. Read this great post by Jenneth Graser as she discusses some practical health discoveries! At the tail-end of January 2017, I came across a documentary series that changed my life. You see I’ve had an autoimmune disease […]
Merry Christmas All Year Long Related
by Jenneth Graser How do we make ready for you?At the time of your coming in unexpected places? What if you were born in our neighbourhood –no room made for you but here? Among the people walking and living on our streets,we hear your crying on a night whennoise is carried. Crying that is comforted by […]
by Jenneth Graser Bethlehem We seek a filler like a chocolate cake with a hidden mousse centre. It delivers a bang on the tastebuds riding an endorphin roller coaster and we’re back at the starting point again. No amount of round and round the circular route will lead to a different […]
by Jenneth Graser How do you love to spend time with your loved ones, your family and friends? The ways are as vast as the relationships. Each person comes with their special and unique personality and friendship is shared. There are times of chatting, laughter, meals. There are walks to go on, bikes to ride, […]
by Jenneth Graser (quotations included – by Nelson Mandela) A boy runs under a sun made for shining on every soul. But Africa pulses under his feet with rumbles of injustice. He felt the tremor on the day he awoke to discover there was a colour code of race and culture under South African skies. […]
By Jenneth Graser “This is my Son Whom I love, Listen to him.” Mark 9:7 This is one of my favourite scriptures. If you place yourself at the scene of the Mount of Transfiguration, you can almost hear the voice of God booming with love over his Beloved Son, Jesus. Peter makes a suggestion that […]
By Jenneth Graser Thinking about Ascension Day may conjure up thoughts of sadness. To imagine Jesus disappearing into the clouds and going far, far away! I think about the way the disciples may have felt seeing their Master Jesus for the last time, keeping their eyes fixed on him like the last rays of the […]
By Jenneth Graser – So many conflicting messages worldwide, so much on the news, images of terror, violence, political upheaval and conspiracies. Recent news of a local murder in a nearby community, created seismic shock waves in the hearts and minds of many locals in the Western Cape of South Africa. And the carrying of so […]
By Jenneth Graser About 7 months ago, we moved into my parent’s home, as they were relocating into the country. At the front gate of Berg ‘n Zee are two bushes to greet you and these were beautifully kept standards, until we moved in. And forgot to water them! The bush pictured on the right […]
by Jenneth Graser Thinking about a word to embrace this year, I felt the word Phoenix come to me. This is from what was spoken over my life some time ago, that there would come a time when like a Phoenix, I too would rise from the ashes. This speaks to me of receiving Christ’s resurrection […]
by Jenneth Graser On 25 December 2004 my husband Karl and I made our way on ferry across gleaming waters to the paradise of Langkawi Island in Malaysia. Christmas on honeymoon, on one of the most glorious islands of the world! Little did we know that a mere 24 hours later the world would look […]