Prayer for our Year 12’s By Jemima Knox Hi there, our Year 12s need your prayer! Imagine being in Year 12 again – all those exams, ‘post-school’ choices and life stresses…on top of that dealing with school online, no 18th birthday parties and COVID lockdown! Well, that’s what our Year 12s are going through at the moment and just like
Supporting LTG leaders online By Jemima Knox Lockdown 2.0. Here we are again. For the past 4 months our Lunchtime Groups have been disrupted. In Term 1, our groups met in person – in a room, in person, at lunchtime with time to study God’s word, to pray together and to support each other. Term 2 flipped that on its head. Schools began teaching
Reflections on spending Easter in isolation… (Photo: Our office courtyard taken right before isolation came into effect) People all around the globe experienced a different kind of Easter this year. With most countries in lockdown, a time usually spent with family and friends was reduced to virtual contact. For Christians, Easter isn’t just about chocolate eggs and a long weekend,
Jesus asks us to be like Him. Follow Him in all that we are, all that we do, and all that we say. Jesus was, is and will always be perfection and is what we as Christians strive to be. But humans are messy and complex, and we often make things harder for ourselves – well at least I do.
Yo! Ella here. I’ve just started volunteering with Mustard as our new Student Movement Support Coordinator. I love long walks in the wilderness, playing kick-to-kick with a footy in the park, theatre & performance, dark chocolate and doing somersaults. I’m also a student hot air balloon pilot and have been involved in ballooning with my family of balloon pilots (aka
Well hello, I’m Jemima and really excited to be Mustard’s first-ever Regional Representative! I’m just down the highway in the big country town of Geelong. I moved here two years ago (I’m originally from the inner burbs of Melbourne) and I love it. I enjoy all things outdoors including beach fun (yes, I can surf… kind of), and I play
Wowee! Okay, I know I have only been at Mustard for a few months but seriously, what a massive few months they have been. As 2019 is coming to a close and we are in midst of the the Christmas season, I’m finding myself reflecting on the year that’s been and the wild and exciting ride I’ve had with Mustard.
Mindset A few weeks ago, our Mustard Live team ventured to Kilvington Grammar for a day of fun and community with the year 7s and 8s. We started off our program with an obstacle course for three lucky student volunteers. The twist? They had to do it blindfolded! One student attempted the obstacle course by himself. Another had a peer guiding
What is Stewardship? This is the question our Mustard Live team posed to MLC’s Year 7 and 8 students earlier in September. Mustard Live has a brand spanking new team (woohoo!), and MLC was our first time presenting all together. Our team consists of Liam Ting, technology extraordinaire; Menallie Slusher, activities guru; and me, Isabella Patane, who had the very
Hi! I’m Isabella, but you can call me Izzy *finger guns*. I like long walks on the beach, strong coffee, doggos and eating cheese in large amounts! (Please note, this list is not in any particular order.) I am super excited to jump on board and be a part of the Mustard team this year (particularly helping out with the