The month of December is a season of anticipation and also a chance to look back over the year that has past. Both globally and domestically the year has been very mixed. Even now many are struggling with the plight caused by drought, fire, and other difficulties.
On top of all this the preparations for Christmas are in full swing: gifts and cards for loved ones, travel and festivity planning, and perhaps the anticipation of seeing someone after a long time. All of this builds excitement and expectancy for many.
In the approaching season, the home has an elevated significance. Some are travelling to unite with their families and others are opening their homes in hospitality. Read More >
Bishop Robert McGuckin
Bishop of Toowoomba – Christmas Message 2018