Author Archives: Neil Stott

GrandPa’s Practical Guide to Climate Change Action

My daughter in law said to me recently when I came up with a pearl of wisdom when dealing with a fractious grandchild, “can I have a series on GrandPa says” to help with the kids. So while I am … Continue reading

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The Lost Path of Masculinity

In the ongoing debate around good or bad masculinity, this has mostly been couched in “secular” terms. This article brings to mind the lost vision for masculinity, that is one based on the Christian Man. Here are 5 “P” words … Continue reading

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The Evil in our midst

I first wrote this article within days of the horrors of the Christchurch massacre when they were foremost in our minds. But I reflected that emotions and opinions were too raw so I held off to just now. Since the … Continue reading

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E = Encouragement

As part of the Acronym for R.E.S.P.E.C.T let’s go to E = Encouragement There are plenty of knockers in the world. One of the things that Aussies are noted for (and not in a good way) is we are the … Continue reading

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R = Red Flags

As part of the Acronym for R.E.S.P.E.C.T let’s start at R = Red Flags At the core of family violence is power and control. There may not be violence present and the perpetrator may present as charming, affable and on … Continue reading

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