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I'm a Christian family doctor from Perth, Western Australia, with an interest in obstetrics, paediatrics, and travel & tropical medicine. Married to Jennifer, we have three great kids Owen, Luke, and Mia. Our next big adventure is a move to Hobart, Tasmania in 2012.
The content of the blog can range to just about everything, but the most common subjects will most likely be Christianity, books, music & guitar, medicine and technology, as well as updates and stories from my life. Look forward to having you along for the ride!
Just letting you all know that Warnbro Worship team’s first full time missionary is leaving us next week. Jenni Robbins is heading off for 6+ months in Cambodia. Please be in prayer for her and you can follow her adventures on her blog : http://jennirobbins.com/ […]
Recently I got an iPad 2, which is a wonderful thing in so many ways but especially useful for the worship musician. Actually all of the stuff I’m talking about isn’t necessarily specific to the church music setting – you could use it just as well in any live music environment. One of the first […]
Here’s a new song we will be previewing before the service this Sunday : This is from the new studio album from Hillsong United – Aftermath. Haven’t got time to do a full review but I think this is one of the better albums to come out of Hillsong in recent years. In general it […]
Here’s a quote from a great article on worship music on the excellent blog of Daniel Kirk from Fuller Seminary : I also believe that when the Psalmist says he will “sing a new song,” he is not actually asking the people of God for the next 4- or 5,000 years to sing his new […]
One of my favourite worship leaders on the net is Vicky Beeching, from the UK. Coincidentally we are doing one of her songs in church tomorrow. She has an excellent blog which is well worth following. Here’s a couple of recent posts which I have found full of valuable wisdom : 10 Things I wish […]