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Are we dining out less frequently?

Can we still afford to eat out?

South African dining out is certainly much more affordable than the average restaurant in the UK or Europe. Whilst the queues at fast-food outlets are noticeably long, several smaller and lesser known restaurants in shopping malls and neighbourhoods are closing their doors. 133 more words


Confession of a Wrong

I must confess to a mental wrong doing: I am guilty of a hurtful and possibly harmful judgement made on a boy in my class. I am not telling this story to try to explain away my crime, or excuse myself. 691 more words

Personal Stories

Update -- September 2016

Well, we’re still here.  Just chilling in our house, cleaning it up for the occasional showing, and patiently or impatiently biding our time.  It’s difficult to try and continue life as normal when most of our belongings are packed and in storage. 498 more words


Did you hear?! It was another galvanizing night in The City! Wednesday night in downtown L.A. saw an amazing lineup of performances from Inner-City Arts, Homeboy Industries, and of course, the InsideOUT Writers and… 134 more words

L.A. Stories


What a day on the streets with the cross. It has been our prayer for years to have some Latino partners. It has been very difficult to reach people in the Latino community because of the cultural differences and language barriers. 405 more words


Axil Coffee Roasters

Slick as motor oil

Walking down the bustling streets of Hawthorn, the smell of baked goods, coffee and breakfast items hang in the air. Yes, the suburb has built itself to be one of the go to food havens when meeting friends anytime of the day.

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Inner City

Operation Breakthrough has my heart

I have so much fun working with the children at Operation Breakthrough, and my good buddy, Jennifer. The kids there are bright and beautiful and curious. 77 more words

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