I participated in SILENCE for the very first time this Sunday and what an unexpected experience it was! To give you some idea of my personality, I am an extrovert who loves chatting to people, and have a musical streak, which means I often find myself singing to myself without even realising. Safe to say, SILENCE was a challenge, and
You need to listen! The conductor of my high school concert band was a fun and focused man. He knew how to laugh and enjoy the process of making great music; but when he picked up the baton, he meant business. His capacity to hear the slightest of off-pitch sounds amidst a forty-piece concert band was incredible (and equally terrifying).
The last (almost) four years at Mustard have been a phenomenal experience for me. I’ve been reflecting on my time with this ministry and I’m humbled by what I have accomplished in both my professional and personal life. I could not have asked for a better job to begin my career, and I can honestly say that what I have
Generational impact that thrives in spite of change. Every year as students head into the the final term of the year, there’s a sense of mixed sentiments in the air. There’s a bit of study stress going on as the year 11s and 12s head into exam season. There are students anticipating the summer break that’s so close yet so