Monthly Archive: September, 2014

Holy rocks and living stones

Traveling in Turkey last week, and here in Jerusalem, I’ve been thinking about the archaeological treasures I’ve now had the privilege of seeing for myself. Layer upon layer, stone upon stone, they deliver… Continue reading

Monuments and living stones

I’m writing this on a flight from Istanbul to Tel Aviv, heading to Jerusalem for the third iteration of my National Ministers’ Conference (#NMCJerusalem). I’ve spent the last week in Turkey, mostly in… Continue reading

Frontier Services and the Uniting Church in Australia maintain the “mantle of safety”

I’ve been an enthusiastic supporter of Frontier Services for as long as I can remember. So I was personally delighted that the very first invitation I received upon becoming President-Elect in 2009 was… Continue reading