Chaplain’s Corner

What about him?

26 March 2014
I was sitting in church last weekend, listening carefully to the pastor as he spoke, when one verse from the passage he was speaking about [...]

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Being thankful

19 March 2014
Last Thursday morning, in our Chapel Services, we looked at a passage from the Gospel of Luke. In this passage we find Jesus on the [...]

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Days of wonder

12 March 2014
I recently read a poem by Denise Levertov called, ‘Primary Wonder.’  It reads: Days pass when I forget the mystery. Problems insoluble and problems offering their own ignored [...]

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Going on a date…

5 March 2014
  When was the last time you went on a date? I went on a date last Wednesday afternoon and it was not with my wife!! [...]

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10 Toxic Habits of Unhealthy People

26 February 2014
In our world we all have issues and problems that we need to address over our life. If we do not address some issues or [...]

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The Dancing Queen

19 February 2014
Last weekend, in the morning service at my church, a cute little girl, about 4 years old caught my attention. She caught my eye because [...]

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The Gods of Guilt

12 February 2014
  One of my favourite authors is Michael Connelly. If you have not heard of him, you might have seen the movie, “The Lincoln Lawyer” which [...]

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To act justly and walk humbly

5 February 2014
Recently we celebrated Australia Day, interestingly enough we share the same date, January 26th, with India’s Republic Day. As a proud Australian, Australia Day is a [...]

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The importance of relationships

29 January 2014
Let me first start by welcoming you back to a New Year at Moreton Bay Boys’ College, or maybe to welcome you for your first [...]

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Enduring truths

4 December 2013
December already. Amazing! Where did the year go? As one very wise man (then in his late 80s) told me ‘the first twenty years are [...]

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