We have just returned home from a remarkable week away with the national leaders from across our movement. I went into the week with a strong hope in what God would do amongst us but no clear picture of what the journey or the outcomes would look like; by the end of the week I... Continue Reading →
This morning I was thinking about how uncomfortable living and working with others can be! Its like the person who said ‘I have no problem being holy when I am on my own!’. Doing life with others, at least authentically, is kind of like living life under a massive magnifying glass so that all your... Continue Reading →
It is November 2011, I am in Poatina village, Tasmania. My heart is somewhat heavy as I consider the journey i find myself on with my brothers and sisters, as I consider the future... as I sense the depth of God’s compassion towards us, his unequivocal, complete response to us on the cross. And I... Continue Reading →
We sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to about 15 people on Wednesday! They all came up to the front of the hall (in fact I was one of them) and the community sang an extended round of the Happy Birthday song with everyone named by name. it had been more than a couple of months since we... Continue Reading →
I am still reflecting on my trip last week to KwazuluNatal and Johannesburg, and I think I will be for some time! The last time I had seen many of those we met in KZN was January 2010 just before I left for Australia expecting to return 7 days later. Things didn’t work out as... Continue Reading →
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