This will be the last episode for a little while. We’re finishing off My Year of Saying NO. You can find links to the paperback and e-books at ruthamos.com.au. You can also keep in touch at ruthamos.com.au or on Facebook Ruth Amos Author. I look forward to chatting to you when I get back.
An appropriate chapter for my life right now – When to Push Yourself.
Today’s interview (recorded pre-COVID19) is with Christine. Christine is a full-time musician, a violinist with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. We get an insight into what that life is like. And Christine shares how she learned that God is interested even in the little details of our lives.
I highly recommend the daily dose: https://www.tso.com.au/tso-daily-dose/
‘The Con’ is the Hobart Conservatorium of Music, part of UTAS. https://www.utas.edu.au/creative-arts-media/music
From Christian Funny Pics on Twitter.
Probably the most appropriate chapter of My Year of Saying NO for the Covid-19 season – what do you do when life says ‘no’ to you?
Appendicitis at 3 months old in Africa. Losing a mother to cancer. Raising a child with a severe disability. Marion’s story is full of hardship, and also full of God. She’s a very down-to-earth person who is full of joy and who knows God’s goodness. Yet she could have chosen a very different attitude and no one would have blamed her. I think you’ll be really blessed by this interview with Marion today.
CMS the Church Missionary Society of Australia cms.org.au
Edge Anglican https://edgeanglican.org/
In today’s chapter of My Year of Saying NO I talk about making space in your calendar between appointments, and making space just to be, just to stop and refresh yourself.