Carving out a heavenly heritage

In many respects, both my wife and I are first generation Christians. I know there is a Godly heritage both down our family lines that goes back beyond grandparents but from where we stand today, neither of us were raised in Christian homes with God-conscience and God honouring parents.  I don’t say that in bitter… Continue reading Carving out a heavenly heritage

The wind up your tail

Yesterday morning I went for a 35km cycle with my dad. We were humming for most of the way from Maroochydore to Kawana via Buderim.  Usually our average speed is around 25km/h but this day it was more like 30km/h.  However, half way through the ride things slowed down substantially.  30km/h became 20km/h.  Why?  Wind… Continue reading The wind up your tail