Lucinda Glover

Press Service International

Lucinda is a mum to two little girls. She loves baking, reading, and sewing.

  • Truth for the weary mum of young children

    You’ve probably seen her, perhaps in the supermarket or the park: she has a baby in one arm and is trying to herd the other children in the right direction. Of course, the toddler is having a meltdown over something trivial: there’s a hair on his finger or the zip on his jacket came undone. It seems like someone is always crying. Sometimes everyone is crying, even mum! 

  • Denominational differences: how they benefit us

    Have you ever visited a church from a different denomination? Things can be a little awkward at first. Am I supposed to take communion as soon as I get some bread or do I wait for everyone else? Maybe all the songs are completely different. Sometimes even an old hymn has been changed or you discover a verse you never knew existed! You might find yourself reciting prayers from a screen or suddenly be in an open prayer time where people are praying all over the place.

  • What makes a culture?

    So there I was trying to relax as my physio pounded away on various muscles that I didn’t even know hurt until he touched them. He was quite the chatty type, this physio, and I had soon mentioned that we had just moved from Tasmania to Sydney.

  • Engage your own spiritual training

    My friend is a cycling enthusiast. Every day, she rides her bike down to the University for a hard day of studying then cycles back home, rain, hail or shine. There are some serious slogs on this particular route, not that I've ever ridden it; it tires me out just thinking about doing it just once, let alone every day.

  • What does your toddler say about you?

    Human behaviour is acknowledged to be made up of a complex intermingling of innate being and the environment to which someone is exposed – the nature vs nurture tension.

  • Training in Christian living – hey, engage 

    My friend is a cycling enthusiast. Every day, she rides her bike down to the University for a hard day of studying then cycles back home, rain, hail or shine. There are some serious slogs on this particular route, not that I've ever ridden it; it tires me out just thinking about doing it just once, let alone every day.

  • Royal Slander: Meghan is Not Pregnant

    If you type “Meghan Markle” into google you’ll be greeted with headlines from multiple magazines, all announcing the exciting news: She’s pregnant and what’s more, she’s expecting twins!

  • Why Your Child Needs Foundational Bible Teaching

    When I was a child, I had a well-thought out idea. There are two Bibles: the children’s Bible and the adult’s Bible. The children’s Bible contained all the stories. If you wanted to read David and Goliath, Noah’s Ark, or Daniel in the Lion’s Den, then look no further than the children’s Bible. It even has pictures!

  • An Adventure in Reducing Waste

    Like many Australians, last year I watched the ABC’s War on Waste program, hosted by Craig Reucassel. What an eye-opening, horrifying, depressing reality!

  • How do you get your baby to…?