March News

PDF Scotts’ News March 2018 ‘The LORD is my shepherd; I have all that I need.’ (Psalm 23:1 NLT) When we first joined Wycliffe 17 years ago, we had no idea that we would end up in Kangaroo Ground. We thought we would be living in a remote community working alongside a marginalized people group… More March News

5 of Our Favourite Books – Have You Read Any of These?

We spend a lot of our life in transition, and wherever we are there are people we love dearly and others we miss terribly. Life in ministry is often a unique mix of incredible joy, restless nights, and lots and lots of prayer. One thing that God used to anchor us through seasons of transition… More 5 of Our Favourite Books – Have You Read Any of These?

Bill Gammage, The Biggest Estate: How Aborigines Made Australia (Graham)

Bill Gammage’s book, The Biggest Estate: How Aborigines Made Australia (Allen & Unwin, 2012) radically changed how I see and understand the Australian natural landscape as well as my understanding of Australian history. Gammage shares of a number of early European landscape paintings of the Australian bush and matches it with written descriptions of the… More Bill Gammage, The Biggest Estate: How Aborigines Made Australia (Graham)

Miroslav Volf, The End of Memory: Remembering Rightly in a Violent World (Graham)

What do we do with our hurt and especially our memories of hurt and pain? ‘The End of Memory’ by Miroslav Volf has been a pivotal read for my own processing, and has continued to inform how I think, share, and pray about forgiveness. One of my favourite quotes from the book is, “being in… More Miroslav Volf, The End of Memory: Remembering Rightly in a Violent World (Graham)