November 23, 2018

Have you ever felt the pressure to live a ‘balanced’ life? 

 

To find the right family / work balance or the right balance between study, friends, family and health.

 

I have tried for many years to find this illusive ‘balance’ and to be honest it always escapes my gra...

July 27, 2017

There is a lot of anxiety these days about gender identity and raising boys secure in their masculinity. To be honest, I’m much more worried about raising up men – or rather, human beings who are being transformed into Christ like maturity. This isn’t an abstract worry...

January 19, 2017

So what does this understanding – that gender inequality is directly rooted in sin – offer to couples who are seeking to live out egalitarian ideals?

It tells us that Gender gender inequality is not just a practical problem, but a spiritual problem one.  So here are thr...

January 17, 2017

One of the most crippling and intractable of human beliefs is that human flourishing is a zero-sum game.  We believe that another person’s flourishing somehow leaves less for us.  That their success limits us.  That their gain must equal our loss.

Not so.  Rat...

January 16, 2017

The introduction to Annabel Crabb’s excellent (and funny!) book The Wife Drought provides a depressingly clear picture of the gender inequality that doggedly persists in Australian society.


‘Of Australian couple families with kids under the age of fifteen, 60 percent h...

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...

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