• A Cracked Pot in the Hands of the Potter

    A Cracked Pot in the Hands of the Potter

    In the first issue of ‘Serving Together’ for 2018, Andrew talked about one of his favourite T-shirts illustrating many different emotions — happiness, sadness, loneliness, peace, Read More
  • The Fragile Life

    The Fragile Life

    We are fragile people living on a fragile planet. Tsunamis, bush fires, floods, droughts, deaths and earthquakes are reminders that we don’t have everything under Read More
  • Missionary Unfiltered

    Missionary Unfiltered

    A year ago I decided to write a real life blog. No mask, no rose-coloured glasses, no filters, just the reality of my everyday life Read More
  • GOD’S IN CONTROL

    GOD’S IN CONTROL

    Scientists tell us the ‘Big Bang’ supposedly started from hydrogen and helium 13.7 billion years ago (and who made those two elements?). The other elements Read More
  • Mission of Missionary Training

    Mission of Missionary Training

    We are on staff at one of the National Bible and Missionary Training Colleges in Asia Pacific. Since 2016 we have been based in New Read More
  • Praying Through Struggle

    Praying Through Struggle

    I urge you, brothers and sisters, by our Lord Jesus Christ and by the love of the Spirit, to join me in my struggle by Read More
  • 70 Years Of Camping

    70 Years Of Camping

    There is a slight tear in the green felt of the smaller pool table at the Christian Youth Camp Pialba (CYC Campialba), Hervey Bay, Qld. Read More
  • God Is Faithful

    God Is Faithful

    My grateful thanks to all who uphold me in prayer, and for those who take the time and trouble to write. Receiving news of individuals Read More
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In the first issue of ‘Serving Together’ for 2018, Andrew talked about one of his favourite T-shirts illustrating many different emotions — happiness, sadness, loneliness, peace, frustration and the list goes on. I could wear that t-shirt, and hoped when reading Andrew’s editorial that I wouldn’t...
We are fragile people living on a fragile planet. Tsunamis, bush fires, floods, droughts, deaths and earthquakes are reminders that we don’t have everything under control in our natural world. We think we are the lords of the earth, but the weakness of our perverse humanity undermines mankind’s...
A year ago I decided to write a real life blog. No mask, no rose-coloured glasses, no filters, just the reality of my everyday life living on the mission field in the Philippines. I titled the blog Missionary Unfiltered. Another year has passed and we have experienced many incredible blessings,...
Scientists tell us the ‘Big Bang’ supposedly started from hydrogen and helium 13.7 billion years ago (and who made those two elements?). The other elements apparently came from the birth and death of stars. Through evolutionary processes Man somehow eventually popped up. After an explosion, the...
There is a slight tear in the green felt of the smaller pool table at the Christian Youth Camp Pialba (CYC Campialba), Hervey Bay, Qld. It’s not huge but enough to make the billiard balls do strange things when they cross it. The balls themselves are not guaranteed to be of the same set or size...
Paul had his more dramatic experiences of the treasure in jars of clay. He and Silas sang and prayed while in prison (Acts 16:25)! Much of the time, in his day-to-day service to Jesus, the enabling of the Spirit was far less dramatic, but no less real. The more dramatic, and the less — I will...