One of the numerous jobs I have done in my life was to be a Tupperware Demonstrator. Now, that congers up numerous images for different people. But it was a good experience, especially the different contests they had for Demonstrators. Read on.
There was a program I was listening to, where the difficulties of the child fostering organisation were being discussed. I cannot ever forget the example they gave of what it is like for a child. Read on.
The universality of God’s love is so great, it really amazes me. It was way back in the 1960’s, before I had ever met Bob or Julie. I had been well churched when growing up, but I had never heard of the reality of living a life that really followed Jesus. Read on.
Spending a week with my ‘special needs’ brother, is always a challenge. However, this week was probably the most severe challenge, as he had mislaid, lost, or had stolen, all his IDs, money and valuables. I was the only one available to assist him in finding replacements. Read on.
Small things are just co-incidences and really not worth dwelling on. Or are they? A lot of our lives is unspectacular, and yet, it is important and worth talking about. And that’s what I want to let you know today. Read on.
It was not just amazing, it was fun and I was so very privileged. Not only to put on a small celebration for the nine of us, but then also to be invited to the main celebration, was more than I could have wished for. And yet, it happened. Read on.
“Your baby has a heart condition with which she cannot live for more than 24 hours. I could operate on her. I have done four of such operations, three babies died during the operations and one died a few hours after the operation. What would you like me to do?” Hearing the specialist say that, what would you do? Read on.