The Art of Pastoring: Ministry Without All the Answers David Hansen has written this book as a reflection on nine years spent as the minister of a church in rural America. I still have to write a proper book review on this, so I’ll keep my remarks brief, but it was a helpful book in […]
fireworks cafe, austinmer Toby’s estate coffee. A little removed from the beach in this waterside suburb south of sydney, north of wollongong. This space feels like a newtown gallery – a scattering of tables, and a cushioned bench seat along two walls. The waitstaff seem familiar with the locals; the place is child friendly, and […]
Oskar’s wild café and bookshop, thirroul Delano coffee. Amazing painted ceilings are on show in this space, and all the adjoining shops in the complex. The décor is part old-world sweet shop, with just a touch of modern bookshop on the edges. There’s an average-length menu, and the food is good. The coffee, disappointing at […]
(Christian speaker and academic) Don Carson MP3s
[megnut] dining in total darkness
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Last post from our rented unit… the next one will be after our possessions have made their way across Sydney. See you on the other side.
Greek Language Tools from Lionel Windsor
the frogs are gone Apart from the frogs (and the other creatures), we now own everything in this picture (and the house behind where the photo was taken).
Ross noble – fizzy logic The stage before the show. A very quick-thinking comic, crass at times, but usually in a good-natured way, Ross Noble manages to take being distracted on a tangent to new artistic heights. The only time I felt particularly uncomfortable during the show was the lengthy rants on the folly of […]