Watching programmes like Highway Patrol and RBT confirms my sentiment about modern-day education. Let me explain. These are both Australian TV shows that involve police doing Random Breath Tests and stopping cars for traffic infringements. The way that, especially young people, disrespect the law and those who are meant to enforce it, is mind-boggling. The … Continue reading Radiating Him to others
If you are anything like me, coffee is a necessity in your life. I wake up, make myself a double espresso to really wake me up, then have a double shot cappuccino on the train. On the odd occasion when I don’t have the time for my early morning fix, my day doesn’t seem to … Continue reading Christ is enough
Bev loves telling the story of when a friend in primary school dared her to walk backwards on a wall. She fell and broke her arm! It was a pretty silly decision but what would be the point of feeling guilty about her last step. Why keep revisiting the past and try to work … Continue reading Just do it!
I recently went on a The Great Ocean Walk hike with Year 9 students for 3 days. Standing for a while, admiring an amazing view, I realised that this was reality. “Well, that’s not really Rocket Science” you might say, but in the cyber world we are living in, it is! We are more impressed … Continue reading Fake is the new reality
We love to comfort ourselves by saying we are who we are and we should never change. That we have been saved by grace and that when God looks at us He sees us as holy, is true, but that’s the positional part of holiness. We are holy because of what Jesus has done for … Continue reading We can do “betterer”