About

 Cheryl  

The articles on Bread for the Bride are written (unless  otherwise stated) by  Cheryl McGrath.   Cheryl writes to encourage, equip and awaken the Bride of Christ.   

Cheryl’s pursuit of Jesus Christ has led her through many expressions of Christianity  including denominational, Pentecostal, mainline and charismatic church settings.  She has also been deeply involved in house church style worship, and has ministered through prophetic teaching in a number of  ‘off the beaten track’  locations in Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.  Though her own Christ following odyssey started over fifty years ago, she frequently feels like she has only just set out on the journey.

Having been born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Cheryl now lives with her husband and two cute but demanding springer spaniels in a busy seaside town on Australia’s east coast.  Yes, she knows there are worse places to live (she’s visited some of them).  She enjoys chocolate, old British movies and hanging around with dogs probably more than is good for her.  On the other hand she dislikes broccoli, flying (on planes) and crawling insects far more than is reasonable.

To periodically escape from the world’s increasing craziness Cheryl likes to dabble in photography. 

She’s also a pretty good preacher and Bible teacher.   Should you have use for one or either of these let’s talk!   

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  1. Cheryl,
    I cannot even begin to describe How needed and blessed your writings are, in this day and age. I first stumbled on your writings on Lovestthoume.com, and immediately I sensed the same Holy Spirit speaking in You, that was speaking to me. I am a Christ follower, is what I say when people ask what church I go to. They often cannot understand this. I used to think I was alone in this, Now I know others have walked that path before me.
    God Bless

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  2. Thank you for visiting my blog, Cheryl. It was indeed an honor to have you visit me all the way from Australia.

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  3. I am glad you stopped by my blog today, Cheryl because it has led me to your blog! Thank you!

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  4. Where does the scripture S.O.S. 5:9 come from. I’m not familiar with it. I like your blog title, “Bread for the Bride.”

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  5. It has been a long while since I have stumbled upon such insight. I only wish I had discovered this when the Lord began to lead me into the wilderness. Today, I sought the Lord as to what He may be doing in my life. He led me to your blog site, and now I fully understand what is going on. My 16 year old daughter has also been led with me in this place. Now I can share with her what is taking place, so she can also work with the Lord. It is not easy to be in the wilderness when others in leadership look down upon us as if we are in some grave sin. The stripping away has been scary, and I would often wonder if I did something bad or was being punished by God. Now, I don’t feel that way thanks to your blog. I look forward to reading more on your blog. Oh, I am an artist and if you would like, you can see my work on my face book page. Lisa Zweigle ( : Many blessings from a fellow sister in Christ.

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    • Hi Lisa, Thankyou for taking time to visit and comment. There are many people walking this wilderness journey worldwide. I guess I know that because I hear from so many of them, by email or comments like yours on this blog. You are right, the stripping away is not easy and institutional religion has trained us to think we must be in the wrong or being punished by God when we find ourselves ‘called out’ of organised Christianity. That’s why it’s important to seek encouragement from others on the same journey. Please check out the blogs of others that I have listed on the home page also. These are blogs of people I have discovered along the way who demonstrate a love for Christ and desire to follow Him wholeheartedly. I hope the articles on Bread for the Bride will prove a rich source of encouragement and edification to you and your daughter.
      CM
      PS I will take a look at your artwork too!

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  6. Stumbling across your blog is like finishing a treasure I never knew existed! BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL articles!!!!!!

    Lord bless you and keep you!

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  7. I really loved “Gadarene”, but couldn’t figure out where the comment place was–so I’m saying it here: powerful and beautifully lyrical telling of that amazing story. I relate so personally to, “He saved my mind and stole my heart”–Blessed is the Name of the Lord. And bless you today–jael-caddo

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  8. Nice to read about you! and thanks for stopping by my blog

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  9. Nice reading about you.

    Thanks. For visiting my blog Ajaytao2010@wordpress.com. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may definitely find something of your interest.

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  10. Thanks for dropping by. I hope you are enjoying your summer. Hard to imagine 95 degrees (F) while I’m at 25 degrees (F). 😀

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    • Yes, hard to imagine the reverse too 🙂 We have been enjoying summer but now there are catastrophic bushfire alerts in the southern states (not where I am at the moment). It will head closer to us tomorrow apparently. Take care in the snow!

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  11. Great another Jesus lover and a dog lover!! I have a Jack Russell. Keep in touch, eh?

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  12. Thank you for dropping by and appreciating my blog, Cheryl. Will provide link to yours for my visitors.

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