Edith Mary Kay 08/03/1920 to 03/02/2013

Edith was a devoted member of both the Presbyterian and Uniting Church in the Yarram Parish. Before her marriage to Angus Kay, Edith was a member of the Anglican Church in the Yarram area.

Balancing act

                                The ‘struggle to juggle’ paid work and the rest of life is not new, but it is confronting many Australians

Lion’s tale

The Lion’s World – a journey into the heart of Narnia By former-Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams RRP: $20.95.

Mission memories

Jack Arnold and Cape Pearson staff A seeker in Papua – the journal of a young missionary, by Rev John Kissack Arnold Compiled and Edited by Iris Pederick (Arnold)  and Philip Pope Price $50.00 (postage paid).

Making a difference on Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day can be difficult for some. By Imogen Baratta Choosing a Mother’s Day gift can be difficult: flowers, perfume, or yet another pair of fluffy slippers, it’s all been done before.

A lesson for us all

Lord Mayor Robert Doyle with Year 9 Billanook student Sam Lawson. For many young teens, their first trip unsupervised on public transport is something of a right-of-passage.

Children’s hour: White Sunday

‘Jesus called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.

Farewell and thank you

By the time you read this column I’ll probably have already installed Dan Wootton as moderator. It’s been an incredible gift to have been moderator for the last three years and eight months.

Easter reflections

“Who do you say that I am?” Jesus asks the disciples. There was a time when I could answer that question with great clarity and confidence.

He is risen

Rev Peter Blackwood paints icons, religious artwork in the tradition of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In line with tradition he paints in egg tempera (raw pigment mixed with egg yolk and vodka) onto linen on timber panel.