Tomorrow we move … again … this time to the tip of the northern suburbs. (Basically south Yanchep for those who are familiar with the geography). It’s about a half-hour drive north of our current location. (Not quite like the 750 kilometres north we negotiated 6 months ago, when we moved from Esperance to Perth.)
I think that we have needed the last six months of house-sitting and house-sharing, to prepare us and re-build our anticipation for moving once again. We are now looking forward to having our own house, with our own space, and turning it into our home. The boxes, beds and miscellaneous items are packed, waiting in storage and hallways for the removalists to arrive… Just one more sleep
I have finished my work at the steel company and am returning to full-time ministry with OCEANS CHURCH.
My wife will continue in her new role as a Chaplain, and our kids will re-establish themselves in a new school.
All this… AND Christmas… added to the usual events of every day life.
The more you throw into life, the more potential there is for turbulence. When we encounter ‘turbulence’ it’s never the time to give up, or stop moving forward. We must keep moving… It’s the call of God that keeps us moving forward and on course.
“No one would have crossed the ocean if he could have gotten off the ship in the storm”