Character, Mental Health, Prison Reform, Roaming Chaplain, Social Capital, Stewardship

Enjoy the journey today, why the rush? (24)

The great challenge of youth or an ambitious life, is rushing to a destination without learning valuable lessons along the way. One regret that I have in my life is rushing to get onto the next thing. No matter how much I achieved, there was always one more thing to do. My mother who passed… Continue reading Enjoy the journey today, why the rush? (24)

Entrepreneurs, Mental Health, Minimalist, Roaming Chaplain, Spiritual

Our children aren’t fodder for the economic machine (23)

In ancient times, idols were created to false gods and great sacrifices were needed to appease their terror. One such false god was called Moloch who was fashioned like a demon with a bulls head, outstretched arms with a ferocious appetite for our most vulnerable. MOLOCH In a new world bent on more, more, more,… Continue reading Our children aren’t fodder for the economic machine (23)

Character, Leadership, Mental Health, Roaming Chaplain

Jesus makes a promise of a restful soul to us who feel fatigued (19)

The idea of rest is fictional to so many of us. Anxiety in world is at an all-time high. With natural calamities, political and civil unrest not to mention the grind of daily living, where can we find rest? Jesus makes the following promise Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and… Continue reading Jesus makes a promise of a restful soul to us who feel fatigued (19)

Character, Leadership, Minimalist, Roaming Chaplain

Roaming Chaplains live on the edge (18)

John the Baptist is the finest example of a Roaming Chaplain who lived on the edge. From his mothers womb he was filled with the Holy Ghost. Imagine growing up in the same neighbourhood as John the Baptist as he developed his sense of calling. He was marked by some unusual behavioural traits. These traits… Continue reading Roaming Chaplains live on the edge (18)

Christian, Mental Health, Minimalist, Prison Reform, Rehab, Roaming Chaplain

Roaming Chaplains break into prisons (17)

Western Australia has over 5,500 prisoners and over 50% will experience the carousel of our corrective services for years to come. recidivism is a challenge for every corrective service and as an average, over 50% get stuck in the system, struggling to get free from its cyclical vortex. Why? Community at the very least is… Continue reading Roaming Chaplains break into prisons (17)