Love, Hope and Faith

I know there is a Fitbit 2 in my stocking, and I cannot wait until tomorrow when I will get to strap it to my arm and go for a run through the Rimutaka Forest, near where I’ll be spending Christmas in New Zealand. As always there’s a lot of talk of gifts at the…

When going slowly is no longer an option

Two weeks ago I had the opportunity to meet with several student activists, student pastors, and NGO workers seeking to encourage each other in the face of the recent student protests and general unrest in our beloved country. At once point an analogy of a race was used to describe the pursuit for justice, and in this context…

How I survived (am surviving) depression

How I survived am surviving depression I was initially temped to title this article ‘5 things that got me through depression’, shelving the article and writing it when I was sorted. Symptomatic of our societal need to portray ourselves as sorted beings, having conquered the challenges that life throw at us. Sadly some of these…