The Broken Kipple.

An occasional poem, from Kipling. Discussing those who could not become remittance men: those, and the third and fourth sons of the gentry, builded the Antipodean colonies, particularly New Zealand and Canada. The Broken Men For things we never mention, For Art misunderstood — For excellent intention That did not turn to good; From ancient Continue Reading

14 May 19

Within church history, there have been times when entire peoples have been converted to the faith, almost overnight. One apostle, one incident, and a nation turns to faith. This happened in the islands last century (and we should give thanks to the Anglican Church Missionary Society and the congregationalists, who did the bulk of the Continue Reading