A Greater Hope

A Greater Hope

We have again come to that time of year where people are looking forward to summer, Christmas, and the new year. We are ....

  • Tear my house down

    I think that I can safely say that the past few years have not been like many of us would have expected them to be. The ...

  • Finding Jesus in the positive

    When life isn’t going well, or following our carefully made plans, it is perhaps easy to turn to God, crying out for help and comfort.

  • Holes made whole

    I like the way the sun falls on my skin. The shadows that wrap around are also captivating. It seems to make even the smallest things meaningful.

  • Restless

    Tossing and turning; more tossing and turning; even more tossing and turning. It’s so common to feel restless and not ...

  • I am precious

    I recently finished reading ‘Gianna: Aborted… and Lived to Tell About It’. Gianna’s story of surviving an abortion is ...

  • Making amends

    The day before, I had walked out of the café without paying for my scone and coffee. Today I was back for another ...

  • The struggle against reality

    In Monty Python's 1978 film the Life of Brian, the following conversation took place among the brains trust of the ...

  • It’s holiday time

    From where I sit in Auckland, New Zealand, there are plenty of places I’d like to go on holiday to. We have a daughter that lives in Brisbane and it would be great to see her, and the Gold Coast is always an easy destination. Of course, any Pacific Island with their gently swaying palm trees with a cool breeze gently flowing across my brow is also an attractive option.

  • Why women are angry (despite what Craig says)

    The fact that the phrase ‘gender wage gap’ is still relevant in 2021 baffles me.It baffles every woman who is forced to ...

  • Becoming wise…

    No, I’m not talking about getting the info, collecting data, or even wising up… it’s wisdom, old-fashioned wisdom and ...

  • Hold your tongue