Hello and welcome to the God’s Way Ltd August to December 2020 Activity Report.
No longer available.
God’s Way Ltd has 4 x used refrigerated high cube containers up for tender.
Tenders are closed.
Welcome to the June and July, 2020, Activity Report.
Welcome to the Activity Report for April & May 2020.
God’s Way Ltd volunteers continue to chip away at various projects. It is currently a small team doing the physical activities in Wilkesdale Queensland, with five members volunteering full time, and two casual volunteers assisting for a day or two each work week. God’s Way Ltd also has overseas volunteers who contribute time to Environmental Branch projects, currently they are doing research for the seed database, and interstate volunteers (in Australia) who collect, sort and send seed via mail for the terrace project.
While the team is currently still small, the directors have faith that continuing to work in harmony with God’s Way and coming to fully embrace the company constitution ourselves, will benefit the organisation exponentially as time goes on. We believe that in future the company adherence with God’s Laws will attract many new volunteers to the organisation who are passionate about completing the many projects God’s Way Ltd would like to create, develop and implement. Thus the directors have been focusing on volunteer attitudes, and the desire for those involved in the organisation to bring their lives into harmony with the Organisations Constitution and God’s Way. These qualities are essential for the future success of the organisation and in order that projects run smoothly. With fewer volunteers to manage the directors and founding members have prioritised projects that will support the organisation in the future e.g. water management systems, environmental and construction projects.
During April and May God’s Way Ltd has been engaged in the following projects.
Greetings and welcome to the God’s Way Ltd Activity Report covering work periods during February and March 2020.
As usual there has been a hive of activity and what is shared in this post is only a brief overview of the project-based activities during these work periods. Please keep in mind that there are many other things going on simultaneously, such as personal interactions, discoveries, experiences and feedback, which are not always reported but often take up the time of the Founding Members and Directors, and are essential to upholding love and the Company Constitution.
Hello & welcome to the God’s Way Ltd Activity Report for the work period January 13th – 24th, 2020.
Since mid-2019, God’s Way organisation has worked on a fortnightly rotation work schedule. This means that most “full time” volunteers work on God’s Way projects for 12 days per month and have 16 days for spiritual development and working on personal projects. The directors and founding members often work longer than the 12 days, depending on what projects are happening at the time. And there are more casual volunteers who give their time for one or two days a week or fortnight.
While this arrangement has worked reasonably well, the directors have recently decided to trial a new work schedule for company volunteers commencing in March 2020.
A scientific journal article published in 2018 contained compelling scientific evidence that eating a plant-based diet, which excludes meat and animal products, is better for the environment.
The study, Reducing food’s environmental impacts through producers and consumers, conducted by Joesph Poore & Thomas Nemecek, gathered data on the environmental impacts of food produced on farms (primary producers of meat, fish, grains, fruit & vegetables), processors (food manufacturers and processing plants), food packaging plants and retailers.
“Food’s environmental impacts are created by millions of diverse producers. To identify solutions that are effective under this heterogeneity, we consolidated data covering five environmental indicators; 38,700 farms; and 1600 processors, packaging types, and retailers. Impact can vary 50-fold among producers of the same product, creating substantial mitigation opportunities. However, mitigation is complicated by trade-offs, multiple ways for producers to achieve low impacts, and interactions throughout the supply chain. Producers have limits on how far they can reduce impacts. Most strikingly, impacts of the lowest-impact animal products typically exceed those of vegetable substitutes, providing new evidence for the importance of dietary change. Cumulatively, our findings support an approach where producers monitor their own impacts, flexibly meet environmental targets by choosing from multiple practices, and communicate their impacts to consumers.”
God’s Way Ltd Function Centre caretakers property residence is under going renovation and the garden is being re-landscaped.
There are six rose bushes that the directors want removed from the garden (see photos). The rose bushes are being gifted to anyone who would like to dig them up and remove them.
If you would like to remove and transplant the roses in your own garden or remove them for someone else contact the directors (Mary, Catherine or Eloisa) via email or mobile phone.
This is a job that we would like to be done as soon as possible as earth works begin in the second week of February 2020.
If this notice is still up, it means the roses are still available for collection.
contact name: Eloisa, Catherine or Mary
Eloisa: 0434 112 585
Catherine: 0428 386 861
This post is an overview of the work undertaken by God’s Way Ltd, during the work period December 9th – 20th, 2019.
Under the direction of Jesus (AJ Miller) and management of David Walsh (Cornelius), the God’s Way Ltd Construction Team has continued work on the Cushnie Function Centre Caretaker’s Residence Renovation Project. During June 2019, God’s Way volunteers insulated the walls and replaced cement board cladding the outside of the house with corrugated steel panels.
Background information and an overview of the renovation can be found in the post Project Introduction: Function Centre Caretaker’s Residence Renovation, and on the Cushnie Function Centre Caretaker’s Residence Learning Centre page (also linked via the Learning Centres menu of this site).