The title mentioned above is the title of the last talk of this year's regional convention/district convention program. Generally, by the time I get to the end of a convention program, I just sit back and listen to the speaker summarise the program. This time, I recognised who the speaker was and sat up straight, making sure that I followed every word. (Almost swallowed my peppermints whole - wasn't expecting to see this brother on the platform.) The speaker was Rodney Spinks - he is the head of the Service Department of the Australian Bethel and was one of the brothers who was interviewed publicly during the Australian Royal Commission Into Child Abuse. He made several statements which, if were looked at on their own merit would not be very significant. However, when looked at altogether and in context of what Mr Spinks was speaking about, I find some of them to be unusual, particularly the choice of wording. Also, bearing in mind, that Mr Spinks has been interviewed by the Royal Commission and so has some inside knowledge on a matter that some rank-and-file brothers and sisters may not have. (I believe that some brothers and sisters are aware of the work of the Royal Commission, it's just that they don't discuss it openly.) I don't have time to expand on that today but will add to this later.