One Evening Last Week: Thoughts on Neoliberal Cape Town

Part 1 of (maybe) three posts on Cape Town life. The hope is that whilst the following might come across as slightly negative, there will be hope and smiles all round by Part 3. Last week I went to an event consisting of talks and discussion…

A year of diary entries: London 2012-2013

Some highs and lows copied and pasted from my diary this last year living in London. 19.9.12 On re-learning London prices whilst flat-hunting. There is the six week deposit, plus one month’s rent up front – which comes to like GBP3,000.…
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Fusion Sponsored 14km Run

Fusion Sponsored 14km Run My family in Cape Town - Fusion - are doing a sponsored 14km run. The best thing about it is that YOU can sponsor them, and by doing so you'll be helping raise running costs (pun intended) for the coming year.…

Cancer healed

“A complex gospel thrives where there is no experience.” (Bill Johnson) What do I think he means by that? Potentially, that if you are not experiencing God’s supernatural inbreaking in your life, and haven’t for a while (or ever),…

Higher and Higher

Drug related crime in Cape Town is growing exponentially, with substance abuse reaching pandemic levels. The unexpected sight of a group of five notorious young men, known for the wrong reasons, queuing to get tested for HIV in a foreign…

Moving House

We moved yesterday - a story of generosity and amazing provision. Will write about it soon... http://instagram.com/p/VBnBDxI2Ez/