273 results for author: Marion Creek

God Can Handle Our Honesty

By: Jennie Scott Scalding water beat on my back as I rested my forehead on the shower wall. The tears falling down my cheeks mixed with the water from the shower, and one was as hot as the other. (more…)

Mending Bridges After a Fight with the Kids: 10 Tips for Parents

By: Clare Bruce When there’s a battle of wills between parent and child, the adult is meant to be the one who manages their emotions and ‘acts like a grownup’. (more…)

You Have Been Drawn Out of Deep Waters

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez When I was a teenager, I went for a walk with some friends on the rocks along the seashore, at the base of some cliffs. We ignored the signs that warned of danger. (more…)

10 Tips for Staying Relevant at Work

By: Michael McQueen As new technologies continue to change the pace and nature of the workplace, individuals face the ever-growing challenge of remaining ahead of the curve. (more…)

NAIDOC Week – Celebrating Women

By: Warren Nunn The invaluable role that woman play throughout society inspired the theme “Because of her, we can!” which highlights this year’s NAIDOC Week celebrations. (more…)

Incredibles 2 Movie Review

By: Paul Asay Superheroes are messy. Yes, admittedly they may have the best of intentions. But every time they do battle with a bad one, collapsing buildings are sure to follow. (more…)

Working at Enjoyment

By: Rodney Olsen It’s a weird concept but I’ve been thinking again recently about the self-discipline we require to do the things we love. (more…)

Watch Your Words

By: Dr Justin Coulson I watched from a distance as the desperate mum yelled at her child, “Would you just calm down? Calm down right now! If you don’t calm down I’ll give you a big smack!” (more…)

What Our View of Death Says About The Value Of Life

By: Stephen O'Doherty The things a society celebrates are markers for its values. For instance we celebrate life, but we never celebrate death. When we gather to mourn a person who has died it is the value we placed on their life that dominates our thoughts. We celebrate what they meant to their family, friends and the wider community but mourn their loss. (more…)

What to Do When Your Pastor’s Not Perfect

By: Sabrina Peters Every so often I think we (yes, me too) need to be reminded that Pastors are just people. Regular, down to earth, flesh and blood human beings. (more…)