Top 5 “Made in Iso” Worship Videos

“The absence of limitation in the enemy of art.” Orson Wells It is said that limitations breeds creativity, and this is a season of limitations for many across the world. I’ve loved seeing worship music created in isolation, as it shows the church’s ability to adapt and bring people together during these crazy times. Here’s […]

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I’m starting a magazine

In December last year, I decided that 2020 was the year. I would get my driver’s licence, go to America for Q conference and start a magazine. Two of those things have happened. Yesterday, was my fly out date to America and I commiserated / celebrated at home with ribs and corn. The idea for […]

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Ancient Future Practitioners: Joel Scandrett

Late last year, I was writing a Heroes of the Faith column on Robert E. Webber for The Melbourne Anglican and wanted to interview Rev. Dr. Joel Scandrett, director of the Robert E. Webber Centre at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennsylvania (near Pittsburgh). Although on sabbatical, he was gracious enough to participate. I […]

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November 2019 to January 2020: Newsletter

Hello readers, thanks for tuning in again after a period of radio silence. Before Christmas, I was working on five articles for three different publications, which took a lot of my focus. I then took a little break after Christmas, but it’s good to be back at work. I’m working on a side project that […]

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Liturgical Renewal: Libby Ibañez

I met Libby on instagram (dutchessoftexas) and I love her enthusiasm for liturgy, her family, and of course coffee! She’s introduced me to some wonderful resources, and has given me a glimpse into life as an orthodox über High Church Anglican. Libby Ibañez, Austin, TexasInterview via email, October 2019 Tell me a little about yourself? […]

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Rule of Life: Being Set Apart

In July I introduced The Rule of Life Series and began exploring month-by-month what it means to live out each Rule of Life from the Community of St Anselm (COSA), now I’m an alumni. November 2019: Being Set Apart The Rule Living it out in Community The entire experience was putting distance between ourselves and our […]

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September & October 2019: Newsletter

Hello readers, at the end of September, my family and I were away in Malaysia on annual leave, which is why I have a double newsletter for you. It was a wonderful time away, especially as we hadn’t had time away as a family for a year. Read on for a little update about my […]

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Double Book Launch at Ridley College

Here’s a piece I wrote for EFAC Vic/Tas. Last month, two history books were launched, along with a discussion about raising future leaders of the Victorian church.   The first book to be launched was Edward’s the Mentor by Rhys Bezzant, published by Oxford University Press. Rhys Bezzant is a Church History lecturer at Ridley College but […]

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Ancient Future Practitioners: Steve Woods

An email to Pete Greig (24/7 Prayer) led me to meet Jill Weber, which led me to meet Steve Woods via Facebook. One of the (very few) things I love about social media is the way it connects like-minded people together. Steve kindly sent me a paper he wrote ‘Where Streams Collide: The convergence of […]

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