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December 4, 2019

I'm tired of the fight.
The fight of little me sparking hope that one day this world will be a better place.
The fight of little us standing for people over profit and shouting, "STOP! You will not win."

But you see, they are winning.
Our Aboriginal b...

July 29, 2019


For five years I’ve attended my local gym and never connected with anyone. Most days I walk in the door, smile at familiar faces and knuckle down to burning calories. My exercise classes are always brimming with people. There are many opportunities...

June 9, 2019

The push for religious freedom is rising. It is coming to a head in Australian politics and is being debated abroad in other western democracies. Support for LGBTQI+ affirmation and acceptance in society and in our churches has happened so quickly th...

April 24, 2019


In Acts chapter 6, shortly after the founding of the church, a group of Grecian widows in Jerusalem were being overlooked by the Hebraic majority in the daily distribution of food. While the church sought to imitate Jesus by caring for these margina...

February 1, 2019

The Church as we know it in the west is dying. The exodus of millennials from the pews is now often (but not always) accompanied by a more secular worldview. But whether they have embraced an agnostic, atheistic, or “spiritual but not religious” pers...

November 3, 2018


There are hundreds of various denominations within the Christian faith and thousands of various interpretations and doctrines based on the bible. It seems we hear much about two of these groups: Evangelicals and Progressives. They appear to be on op...

October 16, 2018

The two most prevalent forms of communication are passivity and aggression.

Aggression is not always scary and loud. It can be very polite, quiet and self controlled. That’s why it can be confusing. The thing to notice about aggressors is: they have...