Ashley Menelaws

Press Service International

Ash lives in Kingaroy, Queensland. It’s here he works as a farm hand, bull rides and finishing his degree in teaching. Ash is a former young writer and has returned to the team.

  • What happened to us?

    If you’ve seen the news lately, honestly it’s rather depressing with what is happening to society. So much has gone from one way to the complete opposite, where you can be attacked for standing up for your faith.

  • Recognising the Lordship of your life

    Above all other titles the Lord can be seen as our father, son, friend. The first thing we see the enemy do in Genesis Chapter 3 when he refers to Lord God as just God; is to deny God's lordship, his supremacy, his rulership.

  • Walking in Faith

    Each of us have had our lives turned upside down. It happened again two weeks ago when a close friend died. One minute I can see the end, the light at the end of the tunnel if you will and then next no light and no clear direction. It has left me with many questions.

  • Forerunners of faith

    I often find myself in bouts of frustration with what the church as a whole has become in this day and age. In fact, I would go so far as to say I am frustrated with how the church no longer seems to follow the example of the forerunners of faith, or barely does so.

  • Era of the Ism’s

    Over the last one hundred years humanity has seen the rise in popularity of all the ism’s as well as the rise of new ism’s. I am referring to atheism, Catholicism, humanism and all other such things. 

  • To live is Christ

    There's a chill in the air I breathe, the cold is upon me and I take great lengths to get warm. I then sit on my spring-loaded couch, open my book and the first words I see are: “to live is Christ”.

  • The long road

    Sometimes life seems like a long road, one that can go on for quite a while, one that appears to have no end.

  • The long wait till harvest

    We often, if not always are expectant of immediate results.

  • A lifelong pursuit

    Lately I have been on a journey, a journey in search of the unknown. While many people are content with the way things are and keeping them that way, I am not.

  • A rock and a hard place

    As followers of Christ and children of God it is a given that we will inevitably be stuck in an ‘impossible’ situation.