The lonely barber

It was time for a haircut.  I’ve been to this barber before and was impressed by his old-style professionalism.  His wealth of local knowledge was another drawcard. The narrow alley to his shop was almost void of any pedestrian traffic, and as I walked into his shop I found the old man sitting on an … Continue reading The lonely barber

Be Wise

Mind your children What struck me about the makeup of the Presbyterian Church when we arrived in Australia some 20 years ago, was the absence of what seems to be a complete generation.  We had older couples in church, but their children were absent.  Then there were a new generation with smaller children attending church.  … Continue reading Be Wise