RodneyOlsen.Net

Blog URL:http://rodneyolsen.net
Blog Tags:Media, Faith, Family, Australia, Radio, Cycling
Country:Australia
State/Province:Western Australia
Location:Perth

Rodney Olsen is a husband, father, blogger, cyclist and radio announcer from Perth, Western Australia. This is his blog.



Latest Blog Posts



If I gave you a thousand dollars (I’m not going to but let’s pretend for a moment) what would you spend it on? You might have something in mind and as soon as the cash passed from my hand to yours you’d be out the door, ready to spe...

What were you doing when you were 14? What responsibilities did you have at that age? At 14 years old, Larpopo is the head of her household. After her parents left, she became responsible for cooking, cleaning and caring for her four siblings, two of...

Sometimes, every fibre of your being tells you that the darkness has won. The darkness has snuffed out the light and there’s no way forward; no hope for the future. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it. We̵...

Reality Bites

on Dec 31, 2017 in: Life, Australia, God, Jesus

Do you have big plans for 2018? I know that I certainly do. I can no longer put off the urgency of what I’ll be doing by saying, ‘next year’. This is where reality bites. Later this year I hope to be cycling right across Australia.

(This is based on a post that I republish each year around this time.) While you’re unwrapping your gifts this Christmas I wanted to take a few moments to unwrap the real Christmas story. We all enjoy giving and receiving gifts on Christmas Day...

I’ve got over four hundred Christmas songs on my iPod and they’ve been filling our home and my car with Yuletide cheer … whatever that is. Everyone from Michael Buble to Diana Krall, Bing Crosby, Run DMC, Barry White, The Wiggles, G...

Stop Helping Hackers

on Dec 19, 2017 in: Life

Christmas is just days away and no doubt there’ll be many people receiving gifts of technology which will require passwords. So how do you ensure that those shiny new devices don’t make you a target for hackers? Internet security firm Spl...