My Nanny died last weekend. I was in Adelaide speaking at a conference so I got to see her the night before. We’re currently in Adelaide for the funeral. My family ended the death notice in the paper with my Nanny’s own self description, that she was ‘Completely His’.
Monday night was three hours of raw emotion at Opera Australia‘s Aïda. We’ve only been to a couple of operas but we love the way opera captures the ebb and flow of emotions in all their unbridled power!
We have a few friends who have been experiencing the most devastating loss and the most cutting grief — things for which they bear no responsibility. What are we to say? Are we to explain some purpose in their suffering? Any attempt to theorise with or inform our friends about […]
Keith Green (official/Wikipedia) had been a child popstar in the 60s before he missed his big break and went a bit AWOL. Then God busted in. In the few years of ministry he shared with his family before his tragic death in 1982, aged 28, he churned out some awesome […]