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Tuesday Talks with Nicole Conner

Tuesday Talks with Nicole Conner.

Nicole Conner was born in Hamburg, Germany. An only child, her parents moved to South Africa when she was 7. Living in apartheid-ridden South Africa through the 70’s deeply affected her life narrative and continues to inform her worldview today. 1,559 more words

Tuesday Talks

Am I just a walking piece of stone?

We constitute of the same.

Our actions are mostly indifferent.

They do nothing, aren’t that lame?

Hard, soft and coloured,

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Poems

Review: 24:7 Festival. Gary: A Love Story.

Gary: A Love Story
Martin Harris Centre, Manchester
Saturday 25 July 2015

Gary: A Love Story

I interrupted a trip away for this play because I couldn’t ignore the title. 296 more words

Theatre

Jesus loved the marginalised..... and so should we

New week of readings this week and have turned to Luke.  Interesting to note Luke’s observations of Jesus being compassionate and a friend to the  “marginalised”. 331 more words

Urban Seed part 2: Working on the margins in suburbia

~ DESTINATION NINE: NORLANE ~
Urban Seed seeks to connect wherever there is need, and Geelong’s Norlane is what they have found

As our exploratory trip of experiencing intentional communities nears its end, I am thankful that things worked out the way they have in terms of travel planning. 1,129 more words

Sustainability

There has got to be a better way?

“There has got to be a better way for wealthy churches to partner with churches that are in deprived communities. You know a number of years ago I heard an African-American gentleman who is the head of a ministry that is in a deprived community and he was speaking to the leadership of a very white very wealthy church and this African-American leader said to this very wealthy church that was supporting his ministry I need to confess something to you. 139 more words

Church

Sunday after Ascension Day

To begin with his disciples were at a bit of a loose end. That is not to say that they had no chores to get on with. 323 more words

Reflections