I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels that time keeps slipping away at an ever increasing rate. Here in Australia, the 1st of July marked the beginning of the new financial year. For businesses, it’s a time to draw a line under one year and to look ahead to what the new financial year will bring. Continue reading “The Mid Year Stocktake”
I’ve walked down the aisle eight times. There was the lime green 50s sheath, the navy blue Jane Austen gown and the princess red number with sleeves puffy as parachutes. Each time I waved the happy couple off with confetti and cake and kisses. Each time I farewelled a best friend, having been supplanted in their heart by another. Continue reading “Just friends: A Model of Relationship for Singles”
One of the most common traps people can fall into these days is with porn and sexual immorality. Chris Danes honestly shares about the struggles with pornography he went through as a young adult and how he is now able to help others struggling in this area. Continue reading “Gaining Freedom From The Porn Trap”
A good friend of mine regularly talks about what the universe is telling her. She sees cues in her circumstances and interactions that work together to point her in the right direction. Continue reading “What the Universe is Saying”
“Quinn and Kylie, millennial missionaries to the scuba instructors of Aruba, are seeking your financial support” reads the caption to comedian John Crist’s hilarious sketch on young millennials called to the vacatio-cough- mission field.
Millennial or not, most of us living in the 21st century Western World wouldn’t expect the potential of being thrown into jail – or even facing death – to be on the risk assessment for a missions trip. For the most part since Bible times, some people think modern evangelism is a lot less about risk and discomfort and a lot more about vlogging in the perfect lighting.