National Director of Global Care
National Coordinator of National Others Week.
Former Senior Pastor of Nowra City Church
National Executive Member of INC:- International Network of Churches.
Graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary with a Masters Degree in Global Leadership specializing in Poverty Eradication and Islam
Husband of Melanie
Father of Lakeisha and Laura
Rider of ZX14
I prepared this blog yesterday on Laura’s birthday and then I thought it was probably a little self indulgent…Me as a dad flooding social media with pics of my daughter on her birthday. Melanie (wife) asked where was the blog… Read More ›
When my family and I used to Holiday on the Gold Coast, we always planned to do at least one of the Theme Parks. We would, as we hit the Cav Mall precinct, bit accosted by pushy sales people offering… Read More ›
Financial Seminar Introduction: The following is meant to be general information in nature. I am not a licensed Financial Planner nor am I aware of your specific financial situation. Please consider this only as general information. These are the notes… Read More ›
Should Men be allowed into Women’s toilets? WHY THE HELL ARE WE EVEN ASKING THIS QUESTION?????? (There is some swearing in this blog).
I have lots of thoughts and opinions on this question. Actually I don’t. Here is the real question? Why the @#%$ are we even discussing this…????? And I am not a swearing man….but this is moving me toward @$#%# But… Read More ›
I have been doing public speaking now for nearly 40 years. I was part of the Debating Team at Picton High and also used to enter Public Speaking Competitions. At 20 I joined the staff of a church and have… Read More ›
I Was Saddened by the Cheering Crowds in Ireland at the Repeal of Strict Abortion Laws: Maybe Abortion is Something that Shouldn’t be Celebrated.
I wondered how far our post modern, post Christian culture has come as I watched the cheering and rapturously happy crowds in Ireland at the success of their voting on whether or not to repeal strict abortion laws in that… Read More ›