Daily Devotions

A Clean Bench

A Clean Bench

I love having a clean, clear bench in the kitchen. Some may say I’m quite neurotic about it. They would be correct! My poor husband has to play hide ‘n seek for anything he may leave lying about on the bench because, before he knows it, I will have scooped it up and put it…

Tradie Time

Tradie Time

I have a terrible track record with tradesmen. For some reason I just can’t seem to get good tradies to help when I need them. Every single time I need someone to come to my house I get stood up. Now, I know tradies are known for turning up late, but my tradies don’t turn…

Blossoms Have Arrived

Blossoms Have Arrived

The end of August is one of my favourite times of year, particularly in the suburb I live in. While it’s still classified as Winter here in Melbourne, I start to see signs of early Spring. The Golden Wattle tree is one of the first to burst into colour. You can see the bright splash…

Road Works Ahead

Road Works Ahead

I don’t really love being in the car. Driving is really just a process of getting from A to B for me. Maybe it was all the long drives through the countryside that I endured growing up. Being car sick half the time certainly didn’t help my enthusiasm. But even still today, my car is…

Make Your Bed

Make Your Bed

I recently heard former US Navy Admiral, William H McRaven, talk about how you can change the world. “So if you wanna change the world start off by making your bed. If you make your bed every morning you will have accomplished the first task of the day. “It will give you a small sense…

Missing The Point

Missing The Point

I was recently building a train track with our almost four year old. Growing up in an all girl family I never had a train set. Besides, Thomas the Tank Engine hadn’t made it big yet! I found my imagination didn’t stretch far enough for Lego when I was young, but with trains there’s enough…

Watch For The Bus

Watch For The Bus

When one of our little boys, Jai, was learning to talk he would just give one word sentences. He learned our names and special foods but the word he used the most, and the loudest, was BUS. We’d be driving along in the car and all of a sudden Jai would shout out BUS! BUS!…

I Know Already

I Know Already

I was recently running some training for some 13 and 14 year old leaders. They are involved in our children’s ministry on a Sunday morning but it was felt they needed a little extra guidance in how to deal with our preschool children. We were all gathering together before the training started and I got…

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