This morning as I attended Church at Belgrave South Baptist Pastor Andrew shared the story of Palm Sunday. As I pondered this very special part
I always remember when I was a Soldier of The Salvation Army, Kilkenny Corps in Adelaide, the Corps Officer used to always ask me are
Thank you Paul Colman. After the worst night in years I got on the train, iPod in ears and listened to your music. Four songs
I want to tell you briefly about a friend of mine, who is now in Heaven and making God laugh. A funny bloke from Glasgow.
The dark times in our lives can lead us to recovery. Knowing and accepting we are helpless breaks the cycle of denial and convinces us
Since coming to recovery one of the things I do religiously is take time to self-examine. My motives, my attitudes, my actions etc. I heard
As we continue in recovery and learn to trust God He opens doors for us creating opportunity to enhance our experience and lifestyle. In 1991
I have been going through some old papers, of messages and testimonies I have delivered since coming to recovery. One was a time during a