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How much grain do you have?

How much grain do you have?

Ah it’s been a funny old time. Since last week, when I was stressing about being overloaded, I have gotten through some of the bigger work issues, managed to faithfully keep the commitments I had, and…I got ‘let go’. Well, not really. I was...
A sable garb of gloom and dreariness

A sable garb of gloom and dreariness

Just so you know, I’m not currently “clad in a sable garb of gloom and dreariness” but I just thought it was such an excellent phrase. It comes from this devotional reading from Charles Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening. I get these emailed to me...
Lessons from a carwash

Lessons from a carwash

Today I was shocked by my own selfish hypocrisy. Let me be clear: this is not an unusual state. Like every other human being on the planet, it’s pretty much my default. It’s just sometimes it’s so obvious and blatant it takes my breath away. I went...
Being a lamb

Being a lamb

Apologies to anyone following along with Sunday Storytime – bit of a break this week. I haven’t been feeling super well for the last little while and Sundays have been wiping me out. I intend to record early in the day and then it gets to night time and I...
In praise of meeting together

In praise of meeting together

Bible study groups can be funny things. If you’re not a Christian and don’t know what a Bible study group is, well, it’s kind of there in the title. It’s a group of people getting together to study the Bible for a couple of hours during the...
Reflections on the day of mothers

Reflections on the day of mothers

So we’re on the other side of Mother’s Day. This year I felt pretty equanimous, which was nice. I enjoyed the day with mum,  having pancakes for brekkie together, going to church in the morning and being asked unexpectedly by two different people at church to lunch...