March 17, 2018

The realisation that a loved one has Dementia is heartbreaking.

As we travelled along the road of mum’s Dementia, it was hard for us to find our way.

It was hard to live through this grief. A grief for things-that-are, and things-that-will-be. 

How do you grieve when some...

December 30, 2016

Watching “Love Actually” has become a Christmas tradition for many. Why? It mixes the rawly honest – a faithful sister who gives up her chance at love and the unfaithful husband who squanders love – with the improbably wonderful - the Prime Minister of Britain finds lo...

January 23, 2016

I love this time of year! Being a school teacher means that for me January is often a time of reflection, renewing and preparation. I have always loved the space to contemplate my relationship with God, to spend time in prayer and rest and to develop an understanding...

November 10, 2015

Research has shown that (see the nurture of faith within the family context is crucial as kids develop faith. Too often we focus on church programs without equipping families to nurture faith themselves. With that in mind, I developed an advent resour...

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