Sunday, November 27, 2016

Sunday morning

Dear all, Georgie woke up quite sick this morning with a chest infection.
She has been so well and settled lately too.
Please pray for her if you would.
"In times like these you need a Saviour... an anchor...the bible....
Be very sure ...your anchor holds and grips the solid rock"

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Hello world.

Dear all I've decided to restart this blog page after a few years absence.
I closed it for several reasons - but those reasons have passed now!
You might like to say a prayer for Georgie and we would like to pray for you.
Prayer changes things.
I'll do a bit of a family/Georgie update sometime soon but for now just seeing if I can reconnect through this.
We'd like to make this about more than just us and Georgie and so If you have a loved one in need of prayer please feel free to post something about them and we hope we can be an encouragement to you as so many have been to us.
Blessings Greg and Ange

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Is anybody still out there?

Hi I haven't written anything for years but just wondered if anybody is still linked on this?

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

July Family Holiday at Bear Cottage

James and Em at Manly

James and Em

Em at Shelly Beach Lookout

James, Em and Ange at Shelly Beach Lookout

James, Greg and Em at the Botanical Gardens

Greg, Em and James at Sydney Harbour

Ange, Em and James doing some shopping!

South Heads walk

Greg and Em

Em and James

Checking out the old shelters

Manly to Spit walk



We did lots of walking!

Monday, July 15, 2013

Dear all,
In two days Georgie will turn 15.
Wondering would you please pray for her as she is sick with a fluey chesty wog which all of us have also had/have. Her breathing is not the best this evening. Ange reminded me yesterday of when Georgie asked Jesus into her heart. Such a wonderful thing.
We read this morning from Malachi "but for you who revere my name, the sun of righteousness will rise with healing in its wings. And you will go out and leap like calves released from the stall".

Sunday, June 30, 2013


Been having a bit of respite care with Georgie at Manly.Weather is wet wet wet so we are hoping for some fine weather ahead.
We went to St Matthews at Manly and heard a very interesting speaker from the centre for public Christianity talking on the value of human life. How all life is valuable no matter how limited or was very interesting and refreshing to us of course in the light of ThanksGeorgie's sickness to hear this. It is amazing how often we have had to defend Georgie's right to life and  there is a lot I could say in this regard.similarly too those who say to put her in a home and get on with our lives.
Georgie is a very important part of our family and our lives.
We are continually blessed by Georgie's little circle of friends who come to see her every so often to talk and read to her and pray with her.last time these three girls led by an older sister recently had a bible study right there on the floor of Georgie's room.Some chose to not see her anymore but these few have kept coming and are all the more mature and caring and trusting.Like Jesus said of Mary she has chosen the better way.There are many things that bring pain to your heart yet we must continue to not let our heart become hard like the dried up potsherd that is useful for nothing but to remain soft and malleable to the potters hands.

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Christmas Pics

Christmas at the Wilsons. Em with cousins Jonah, Eliana and Tavian
Here are some pictures from our Christmas holidays. We spent Christmas Day at Ange's parent's house in Kurrajong. Ange's brother Jono and his family visited this year. They have three children, Jonah, Tavian and Eliana. We left Kurrajong and drove down south to Narrawallee. We had a lovely and refreshing holiday.
Our family and the Hamer-Wilsons before they left for Canada
Margaret & Jim, Em and Greg at Narrawallee Inlet
Em and James at Narrawallee Inlet
James' dragon sand sculpture
Em and James at Narrawallee Inlet