Ainsley – Busselton 2006
Caving, Margaret River - 2007
Rottnest Island – 2008
Anaconda Adventure Race – 2008
Pemberton Road Race – 2010
This is a work in progress.Not that it will ever be finished 🙂
I wrote this on 26 January this year as I reflected on how different parts of our Australian community might and do remember the events signified by 26 January 1788. It’s complicated (and not pretty). But don’t look away.
My lament on hearing the news that the US, UK and France had bombed Syria, made all the more agonisingly hollow for me as I celebrated Christian communion that day, knowing the violence had been committed in the name of God.
This is a repost of a poem that I wrote last year. As I reflect this Easter on the nature and character of God, and of his son Jesus, it seems just as poignant and real as it was when I first wrote it. For me anyway. It reflects where I am on my spiritual journey and...
I am voting yes for marriage equality, and I explain why; one more voice in a chaotic national conversation. And yes, let’s talk about consequences.
So I got home from work Friday evening having not really read a lot of news or social media during the day — one of those days — and my wife Ainsley asked me if I had heard about the death of Chester Bennington from Linkin Park. No I hadn’t, but ****. As I have...