Chaplain’s Corner

A Family Story Tour

21 October 2015
Over the weekend I had cause to drive my daughter to a sporting event in the Logan area. Having lived out in the Logan area [...]

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Blessing of the Cross Service

7 October 2015
Reverend Moderator David Baker will be conducting the Blessing of the Cross Service being held Tuesday 13 October, 9.00am to 9.45am, outside the College Hall, all [...]

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A Matter of Perception

9 September 2015
Washington, DC Metro Station on a cold January morning in 2007 The man with a violin played six Bach pieces for about 45 minutes. During that [...]

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Backseat Driver

26 August 2015
We all know one don’t we? That annoying back seat driver! What is the deal with them anyway? Are they so insecure that they need [...]

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The symbolism of the cross

13 August 2015
No doubt if you have come through the college in the last couple of weeks you have noticed the installation of the new cross on [...]

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8 Ways you might be raising your child to be a bully – Part 2

29 July 2015
Part 2 continued from Term 3 Week 1 Newsletter Bullying starts and ends with an imbalance of power. Too much or too little, the results are [...]

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8 Ways you might be raising your child to be a bully – Part 1

15 July 2015
Welcome back to Term 3. I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable break. Today I want to share an article writing by Ashley Trexle for [...]

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The Good Samaritan

17 June 2015
During his ministry Jesus told many stories in an effort to help us understand God and His kingdom. These stories were called ‘Parable’. A parable [...]

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A New Day

4 June 2015
Today is a new day.  Each day holds its blessings and challenges.  Each day is a new opportunity for us to grow and learn and [...]

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The real problem

20 May 2015
Last week I talked about what I call, “The Mask Syndrome”. Last week I said that our masks are a symptom, not a root cause, [...]

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