Go Cats!

Tonight the 2009 Australian Football League Season kicks off with a sold-out game at the MCG between traditional rivals the Richmond Tigers and the Carlton Blues. It's also former team-mates Ben Cousins vs Chris Judd. The excitement amongst avid footy fans is building ... while many others are wishing for a longer break 🙂 I'm more excited … Continue reading Go Cats!


Here are a few statistics from our beautiful city of Melbourne given at the recent Transforming Melbourne research launch: Melbourne is growing by 44,000 people per year. It will become Australia's largest city in the next 20 years. Although church attendance is not keeping up with population growth, there are still more people attending church … Continue reading Melbourne

Generation Y

The Silent Generation ... people born between 1925 and 1945. The Baby Boomers ... people born between 1946 and 1964. Generation X ... people born between 1965 and 1982. Generation Y ... people born between 1983 and 1997. Why do we call the last group of people Generation Y? I had no idea until I … Continue reading Generation Y