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.
Eight hours after Dad was picked up by an ambulance as the result of having had a bad fall, he was in hospital. This was a catastrophic day, for Mother and all of us, his children.
It is many years ago, and he came new to our church. However, he knew a lot of people, more than I did. It wasn’t until I heard his story that I understood all the interest. Read on.
It was only three months after I had arrived in China. We foreign teachers lived in the company’s hotel, which would be about two or three stars. It was sufficient, but adjusting was still a big job. So, when a lady who spoke English stayed at the hotel, it was a big deal.
We have recently read a fair bit of discussion about the comments that Israel Folau chose to pass on publicly. I ask the question whether the debate is actually covering what the real issue is. Read on.