“I prayed, ‘God, I need pencils, I need erasers, I need sharpeners, I need notebooks, I need pictures, I need socks’. I asked Him for everything I needed.”
It’s tragic to think that out of the 44 people who drowned on our beaches last summer, all 44 might have lived if they’d been swimming closer to the flags.
How To Dad’s Jordan Watson has nailed the majority of our fathers’ joke-telling styles, in his video, How to Tell Jokes Like a Dad.
Imagine a paper chain, made up of bright yellow festival wrist bands, stretching more than five kilometres long. On each of those looped wrist bands, is a message: a prayer to God, written by an ordinary Australian, about something they want to see changed for the better.