The house was unusually quiet. The boys were engaged in their class Zoom session and our dynamic three year old was in the playroom happily
A terminally-ill, 70+ Qi Gong master received Christ via a former student during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.
As we studied the Pray Go
We live in strange and unusual times. If you’re anything like me, I’m sure you’re finding it an odd time to navigate. I wrote a
“…The water’s cold and I just wanted to finish washing my hair!…” [sob… sob… ugly snot cry… sob!]” That was me this morning as my long-suffering
My Mum lived with terminal cancer for sixteen years before she passed away. Those years took us on a rollercoaster of emotions, filled with countless
The woman who introduced Roshan to us introduced her as a strong woman of prayer. She relied hugely on Roshan when she had a friend
Shirine’s stepfather has had Jesus come to him in dreams a number of times, but he still does not know that his name is ‘Jesus.’
Salmah heard a parable told when she was in primary school.
The parable involved Jesus supplying an old man in the market with gold to
Do you ever think about your thinking? Have you considered how your ‘self-talk’ impacts your attitude and actions?
I remember telling myself chemistry was hard
My husband and I decided right from when our children were very small, that we would be ‘that house’. You know the one. The one
God uses the simplest things.
Yesterday I dropped in to see how our Wednesday Food Care Team were going and offered to make a delivery
For many years our local neighbourhood used to get together for Christmas drinks.
We all seemed to enjoy it year after year so a few
In January six families responded to the call of the Holy Spirit and went on a short-term trip to Thailand.
The team’s first engagement was
I would like to share with you what God is doing in a church located in Africa where I traveled to train local missionaries. Located
One Sunday I found myself in Crossway. I’d never been to church before but something drew me here.
I was invited to do Alpha, which
Ten years ago I came to Australia as a backpacker and met up with some old friends in Melbourne.
A very nice couple, Jimmy
Like all parents Robyn knows the highs and lows of parenting. She has the extra challenge of caring for three children all living with autism.
It seems these days I often need to activate something. A new savings card arrives in the mail and needs activating. I sign up to
When I first had dinner alone with my beautiful (now) wife, I remember the feeling of wanting the night to go on. I enjoyed being
I’m no fan of cats. In fact, I think you can split the population into two groups. There are cat lovers and people like me.
My five-year-old daughter Ada got out of the pool after her swimming lesson last week and her first words were: “I don’t like this new
Control. It’s something we all grapple with in life. Many of us like to try and stay in control of our lives, while for others
“Well in my opinion …” We’ve all heard those words many times before. We all know opinionated people, be it in our family, friendship or work settings. We all know
I have a number of keepsakes in my office that represent different stages of my life and they all carry memories from my past.