Back in 2000, I decided it would be a good idea to have a ‘word for the year’. A word to characterise my year – not forsaking all others, ..
There’s usually some moment in late November when I realise that I’m done with my diary for the year. There’s still four or five weeks lef..
Our gathering at The Big Table this Sunday was significant: it marked our last time together as one church in South Perth before we plant ..
With just 18 balls remaining in Australia’s chase of 309 against India, as the game reached its crescendo, I faced an uncomfortable truth:..
I grew up watching a lot of Happy Days, an American sit-com that ran from 1974 to 1984. It’s probably on Foxtel right now.
The series s..
For Christmas this year, I gave Molly a stack of age-appropriate books that we’re aiming to read together in 2016. Some out and out classi..
Some people process verbally, others figure things out through reflection and contemplation, and still others through ink on paper.
I love a new year. It’s one of the great, divine punctuation marks that we get to enjoy.
There’s something about the fresh, untainted, ..
I struggle to post anything on Facebook. Anything. I actually feel a little better for having said so.
I look after social media for so..
I remember the moment vividly.
Around the 33 kilometre mark of the 2010 Boston Marathon, there was a thought: ‘why couldn’t I have had ..