To overflow is to go beyond filling something with a liquid, so that it gushes over the edges. During heavy rainstorms, rivers sometimes overflow their banks and flood the surrounding land.


Bathwater will overflow the tub if you don’t turn the water off, and if you keep pouring coffee after your cup is full, it will also overflow.


Literal overflowing involves liquid, but you can also use this verb to mean “fill a container” or “fill with feeling.” So your arms can overflow with flowers, and your heart can overflow with happiness.

The Old English root is oferfleow, “flood” or “inundate.”




overflow verb

over·​flow | \ ˌō-vər-ˈflō  \

overflowed; overflowing; overflows




So what does it mean for our lives to overflow?

That we would shift from lack to plenty.

That our lives would spill over to help others.


Romans 15:13

“May the God of hope fill you with all peace and joy as you trust in Him that you may overflow in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.”


Let the O-VER-FLOW journey begin!


Much love

Fiona & The Everywoman team.

Chris Pringle

Mama Chris, as she is known affectionately within C3, is a mother, wife, author, friend and communicator who has been active in ministry for over 30 years. Ps Chris is mother to 3, grandmother to 4, and wife to Phil for 40+ years.

Phil and Chris were high school sweethearts and have walked the entirety of their Christian journey together – from living in a hippie commune to finding Christ in a small Pentecostal church in Christchurch, New Zealand. They were married shortly after and have been sharing God’s love and healing powers ever since. They are the dream team in every circumstance – teaching, preaching & prophesying, authoring anbd editing & editor

Ps Chris’s heartfelt messages and revelations reach men and women of every generation.She is most sought after for her messages on marriage, families, friendships and following the call of God. She speaks with authority, a lifetime of wisdom, and a hint of cheekiness. Mama Chis never fails to bring joy, life and healing to whomever she encounters.

Fiona Rush

Ps Fiona Rush is funny, lovable, and extremely compelling! Fiona is passionate about seeing people walk an intimate, life transforming faith with Jesus Christ. She has a huge heart for seeing women reach their potential in God, seeing them set free from their past, and living in the purpose God intended for them. Fiona works full time as a Group Product Manager for Facklemann Housewares, is the mother of two teenage boys, and with her husband, Dean Rush, leads C3 Auckland, one church in four locations.

Ps Fiona moves boldly in the prophetic, and is unapologetic about her love for God’s Kingdom and raising up and empowering women to be all they can be.

Mary Jo Sharp

Confident Christianity is a Christian apologetics ministry founded by Mary Jo Sharp that addresses the hard questions of Christianity through research, writing, training and debate.

Mary Jo is a former atheist from the Pacific Northwest, who thought religion was odd at best. She now holds a Masters in Christian Apologetics and is an assistant professor of apologetics at Houston Baptist University. Mary Jo is an itinerant speaker throughout North America. She serves on faculty with Summit Ministries Student Conferences, and is a guest lecturer with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. Mary Jo is a published author with Kregel PublicationsB&H Publications, and is the author of the top-selling Bible study, “Why Do You Believe That?” as well as Living in Truth with LifeWay Christian Resources.  A clear communicator with a heart for people, she finds great joy in sharing the deep truths of her Lord and Savior.