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Awe is something that adults rarely experience. I am increasingly convinced that rediscovering child-like wonder is essential for our spiritual health.

I do the things I’d rather not do, small things that are a pain, because I’ve learned small things are larger than they appear.

These days I find myself saying “no” far more easily to things I would’ve said “yes” a thousand times to perhaps a few years ago.

The longer I stand there, the colder I get, and I lose the battle in my head before the physical experience of swimming has happened.

With the news last week that US custom car company West Coast Customs is to consider setting up a workshop or factory in or near the former Holden site at Elizabeth, the ongoing challenge of finding employment for former Holden staff has once again been highlighted. AnglicareSA care worker Adris Salih worked at Holden for […]

No bake, nut-free slice recipe with a firm chocolate-coconut base and a soft vanilla marshmallow topping. We dare you to only eat one slice!

Recently something that God has really been challenging me about is speaking life. We can not only speak life, but we can also speak death. Proverbs 18:21 says that the tongue has the power of life and death. What Are You Thinking? Do any of these phrases sound familiar? I will never get that promotion; […]

The images that flood our minds and screens are highly constructed, staged, edited, reshot and coupled with a genuinely fabulous caption.

Recently, I was doing my usual Facebook scroll before dragging myself out of bed, when I came across this quote: ‘In Japan, broken objects are often repaired with gold.’ The flaw is seen as a unique piece of the object’s history which adds to it’s beauty. Consider this when you feel broken’. Because I couldn’t […]

When an seniors starts to become forgetful, it’s not necessarily dementia.


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