I find starting anything so ridiculously difficult. The middle? Easy, as I’m generally too stubborn to give up, even stop if its not working. As far as the end? I might not put the tidiest bow on whatever it is, but at least its easier than having to start. About a year ago, my wife Alisha and […]Read more "Wanna Be Startin’ Something"
I have wrestled with this post for over a month now having written and re-written more times than I care to remember. Trying to sum this up into a few words has been almost impossible, but I can’t seem to drop it so here we go. I was reading through the book of Exodus and […]Read more "Wrestling with Grace – Eye for an Eye"
10 months ago I set-out to join the ever-growing numbers of bloggers out there flexing their vernacular. I had plans, laid out themes, topics and thought I had this blogging thing figured. I had quite the little system going, had dozens of idea’s and little personal incentives and goals. I blogged a total of five […]Read more "Are Good Intentions Ever Enough?"
How do you prepare for the uncertain? I have spent the last 9 months thinking about “The Journey”. There is so much I have learned from the pretty full on journey I have walked out the last 10 years – I have learnt a whole lot more as I’m preparing for the next leg. Several […]Read more "The Road Ahead: Pack Light"
I was at the store picking up groceries a couple of months back. As I was standing in line, a mum with her daughter (who could not have been more than 17 or 18 years old) were standing behind me. I wasn’t eavesdropping (kinda), but from what I could tell, the daughter was working in […]Read more "How to stop thinking like a 17-year old girl"
When you talk about Holy Ground people see it as something sacred and requiring respect. It is easy to look at places where we encounter God like a church building and treat the place as holy. We sometimes put so much value and emphasis on the place where God’s work is evident when, the point […]Read more "Beyond the Box…"
The TV was on in our house A LOT. Basically, if someone was home, the TV was on, end of story. And why shouldn’t it be? We’re paying good money for cable TV and we’re going to use it. Then, late last year, I made a rule that the TV was not to be turned […]Read more "A new connection always requires a disconnection"