Sometimes my life seems to be punctuated by problems. Some of them I create, some I inherit, some I’m given and some just seem to be there all the time! Some weeks are worse than others – and this week it seems to have been an endless series! All too often I . . . → Read More: The Road Less Travelled
Most of the time I am an optimist, but my work continually brings me into contact with pessimistic people who are struggling with life. My role is to be a positive influence, to help them get out of their downwards spiral. The trouble is just telling them what to do does not . . . → Read More: How to Be Positively Optimistic!
I have known Mike Frost for about twenty years. We met at Morling Theological College and completed our B.Th. together, and even then he was a high flier. He is a qualified teacher, an expert communicator, a gifted artist and an effective leader with a keen mind which has . . . → Read More: Living Missiologically in a Post-Christian Culture by Michael Frost
I have read a lot of self help books and this one is arguably one of the best. In short it is practical, easy to read and generally related to where I am in life! Stever Robbins has tackled a topic that most of us have struggled with, how to work less, . . . → Read More: Get-It-Done Guy’s 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More, by Stever Robbins ISBN 978-0-312-66261-5
This week we celebrate the Battle of Britain with a formal ceremony in Martin Place involving myself and a few others from here at RAAF Base Richmond. Why? Surely after seventy years, for a battle that took place on the other side of the world, there is not much relevant to us? . . . → Read More: The Battle of Britain