Spring has Sprung!
It is that time of the year when the days are getting longer and the sun beats more warmly on our backs. It’s the time when trees begin their budding and the buzzing of bees and … more
Persevering against Adversity
In this COVID-19 period many businesses have struggled and some have become insolvent. Lockdown restrictions have been stressful on many business owners and also … more
A Pilot for the Journey of Life
A while ago we visited the “Rip” on a pleasant day, the sun was shining and the seas were calm. The “Rip” is the 3.2 kilometre-wide body of water between Point … more
Mother's Day – a Time to Express Gratitude.
The celebration of Mothers Day began back in 1908…encouraged by Anna Jarvis of West Virginia, USA. It became an official holiday in the United States in … more
Forgiveness Sets us Free.
It was at the top of the Cape Bryon Bay Lighthouse – the most easterly point of Australia – when I met some YWAMer’s (Youth with a Mission). One of these was a young … more
Lest we forget.
Sir William Deane, while Governor-General of Australia said these words in an ANZAC Day address: "Anzac is not merely about loss. It is about courage and endurance and duty and love … more
The most Significant Moment in my Life
Back on June 26th 2000 one of the world’s great scientists stood alongside the U.S. President at the White House as the announcement was made informing the … more
An Easter Message - “Life in the Blood”
A text message came from the Australian Red Cross Blood Service a while ago reminding me I had an appointment with the a blood donor centre. I am grateful … more
Fact or Fiction?
I spent some time a while ago attempting to observe the elusive platypus in a stream in the Atherton tablelands of Queensland. Finally after much waiting while standing … more