May 16, 2020

From a Christian Nurse Perspective.

For several months now our lives have been completely turned on their head! As a result of Covid 19 Australians now have upskilled their tech capacities, basically stay home (however that looks) hardly driven our cars or used public t...

July 10, 2018

Zac is a great preacher. He is young and a little goofy. He is nerdy in a fun way, for example he used a mathematical formula on why ants cooperate to talk about unity in the church last Sunday. As part of that sermon he also courageously took on the topic of submissio...

May 22, 2018

As autumn slides unrelentingly into winter, getting up in the morning gets harder and harder. The air outside is cold and under my blankets it is both warm and uncomplicated by the demands of the day. As the comfort of my sleep is interrupted by the sound of my alarm,...

May 18, 2017

I just found out from LinkedIn that I have spent a year in my job. That is a year of mentoring Christian women entrepreneurs. Here are seven things I have learned:
 

1. Women are doing great things
 

I have been mentoring women heading up inspirational projects, includin...

October 24, 2016

In Part 1, I explained how inadequately churches care for working women as a demographic group, and provided some simple ideas to better care for their needs.


In Part 2, I will look at how we can balance the enormous stresses faced by working mothers in balancing often...

October 13, 2016



When I fell pregnant with my daughter I had an incredible job. I was flying the world doing negotiations for a multinational corporation, staying in lovely hotels and learning heaps.
 

The pregnancy had been planned, but had somehow seemed unlikely with all the t...

July 7, 2016

Jackie was excited about landing her dream job teaching at a Christian school but reasonably quickly the situation began to deteriorate. No one explained to her how things worked, so she was constantly having to ask questions which were responded to curtly. She had a p...

June 27, 2016

Here is a troubling disconnect: I have rarely heard workplace conditions spoken of from a Christian perspective. Yet I have frequently heard of Christian workplaces and Christian bosses and colleagues who are acting in what I would consider sadly un-Christlike ways.

One...

August 8, 2015

I'm not a huge fan of the term 'juggling life'. We tend to use it a lot these days referring to how we try to manage life, family, work and the many other things which make up who we are. So I was relieved when Time Poor, Soul Rich by Anne Winckel which has been short...

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