The Big TableCategory
Something about Psalm 78 and the Dads of The Big Table
There’s an above average number of verses in Psalm 78 but, at its heart, there’s a strong challenge for Dads to speak up. It’s an encourag..
Something about rosters
I grew up in the era of the petrol roster system. Each weekend, until May 1995, petrol stations would shut at midday Saturday. If you were..
Something about right now
What is present for you now?
Blessed is he who believes
blessed is he who listens, who hears, who breathes
in the Spirit and the essenc..
Something about an (extra) ordinary teacher
I don’t rate myself as a preacher or teacher. Truth told, I have trouble with the ‘p’ word and the ‘t’ word.
I remember that when we pl..
Something about pushing back the chairs
It was a worship camp. In Baldivis. The sort that a larger church has. Everyone connected with the music ministry of the church came along..
Something about words, worth and worship
I am semantically sensitive. Not militantly so, although my wife might argue that one, but I have an acute awareness of the power of parti..
Something about rhythm and flow
Athletes talk about ‘flow’ – a place where the hard, effortful, yet possible, becomes rhythmic and natural.
Sometimes, a runner will ru..
Something about longevity
I’ve long admired the joyful endurance that, over time, creates a deep furrow of cultivated character and glorifying goodness.
Something about quitting
“Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, but eventually it will subside and something else will take it’s place..
Something about hovering and ‘one-anothering’
My dog hovers. It annoys the crap out of me. I’m fine with her slumping on my feet, even leaping with affection or laying out the back und..