In journalist Peter Stefanovic’s interesting book ‘Hack in a Flak Jacket’, he reflects on the aftermath of Michael Jackson’s death: …many people formed queues and…Read More
THE CHALLENGES AT HEBRON
For most of the year we have a very BIG family. We have three children of our own (aged 11, 13 and 15) and we…Read More
The Reality Of Mission Service
I thought writing computer programs for a mission agency would be easier than doing it for a government agency like CSIRO.• I had all these…Read More
Refined Clay In Central Asia
One month ago, I arrived back to my cosy mountain home with my two little boys and my amazing husband, Jono. I was relieved to…Read More
AT THE PAPUAN COALFACE
Living in this fallen world, we all have stress. It may be in the home, the workplace or within the community. So why are missionaries…Read More
JARS OF CLAY
One of my favourite T-shirts is ‘The many moods of a (Star Wars) stormtrooper’. ‘Angry’, ‘Happy’, ‘Sad’, ‘Sleepy’, ‘Confused’, ‘Cheerful’, ‘Frustrated’, ‘Excited’, ‘Proud’ — different captions…Read More
God Is Faithful
My grateful thanks to all who uphold me in prayer, and for those who take the time and trouble to write. Receiving news of individuals…Read More
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