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01
Apr

Live Free Tip: Reflection Question

Make a list of your normal activities (before physical distancing). Label them: absolutely essential, important but not essential, helpful but not necessary, or trivial. Reflect on whether there are any activities you would like to refrain from starting again once physical distancing measures are over (from Richard Foster’s Freedom of Simplicity).

07
Feb

Live Free Tip: A Cup Of Sugar

Buy your fruit and veg this month without using plastic packaging. You can do this by avoiding pre-packaged fruit and veg and by not using little plastic bags provided for fruit and veg. Use the brown paper bags provided for mushrooms if you need to use a bag.

Yellow Car - Sharing God's Abundance
03
Feb

By Grace Alone

The sharing economy is one of the fastest growing business trends in history, with investors dumping more than $23 billion in venture capital funding since 2010 into startups operating with a share-based model. Because many of these businesses are private, it’s impossible to know the actual size of the sharing economy.
However, there are several clues to indicate its massive impact on our society.

The share economy and how it is disrupting industries
27
Jan

The Sharing Economy and How it Is Changing Industries

The sharing economy is one of the fastest growing business trends in history, with investors dumping more than $23 billion in venture capital funding since 2010 into startups operating with a share-based model. Because many of these businesses are private, it’s impossible to know the actual size of the sharing economy.
However, there are several clues to indicate its massive impact on our society.

05
Nov

A War On Waste To Feed Those In Need

The produce that doesn’t meet quality control is still perfectly nutritional and edible, it just may have a mark on it and a lot of occasions, we access produce in A1 condition without any blemishes at all. If not rescued by organisations like Oz Harvest and SecondBite this produce would all end up either in landfill or handed over to the local pig farmer…

01
May

When God Invites You To Be Generous

“One of the first things I’ll buy is a new hat, and a cup of tea. I spent my last $3 on this book” he indicates the Clive Cussler action novel on his lap. This was all spoken of matter of factly, with almost a sense of wonder that he could actually be in this position – a hard working dairy farmer from up north who had run his own business for 28 years. “Give this man $100!” I hear the Holy Spirt whisper to my heart…