The prophesy of emptiness.
Instead of standing up in the market place, before the Opera House, and declaiming truths, maybe we could just leave our church doors open. It’s a risk of course … But surely our generosity is in taking the risk.
by Terry Monagle

Do we really want to be fully alive.
The obstacles are there. Do we really want to get rid of them or are we more comfortable where we are?
by Roland Ashby


Magic words.
Some of the realities of prayer.
by Michael McGirr


Can redemption be found.
The experience of seeing Jesus crucified in the form of a child enslaved into grotesque public street performance raises the question of whether our lives have become enslaved in social demands and inhuman thinking, caught up in terrible revolutions activated by patterns of systemised living?
by Cecily Clayton