Narra's Story

“He doesn’t love me anymore! At least not like when we first got married” Narra cried. She was angry with her husband and couldn’t find many redeeming traits left in him. As time progressed, Narra withdrew more and more until she decided that the relationship was just too hard and kicked her husband out of the house.

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I Am Climbing Mt Everest with Power to Change – Everest 29K

‘Are we nearly there?’ does not wash with this father of four, Tassie entrepreneur and partner of Power to Change, John Zeckendorf. He has already climbed the six highest peaks on each continent. This week he arrives in Nepal and will take 8 weeks to reach the summit of Mt Everest. The climb is precarious and dangerous even for the seasoned climbers in his group.

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Gospel Reality Show

Peter Brook, Queensland campus coordinator, writes:

Location: University of Queensland UQ

Scene 1 (October 2016):

I’m sitting in a Discovery Bible Study. I watch a Japanese Christian leading three other girls in a discussion. We are looking at one of the stories in the Gospels about Jesus.

They all engage with the Scripture, and then we all pray for each other.

 (Peter’s internal thought) Who is a Christian and who isn’t? mmm I can’t work it out.

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Two Masters and One Mission

A squad of fully armed guards and an armoured vehicle from the national military force accompanied a group of eleven Australians, two Swiss and several staff and student missionaries from Philippines Campus Crusade For Christ (PCCC). They were making their way in Tacloban and Eastern Samar, Philippines.  The local government had arranged the security force in case of extremist assault. The volunteer medical team trekked to eight villages to run free medical and dental clinics over two weeks in February.

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Is there retirement in God’s economy?

By Suan Lee Campbell

You can always spot him in a room by his hair. It’s fluffy and silver, not unlike the professor in the movie, Back to the Future. He throws quips around at meetings like ‘a pig with lipstick on is still a pig’ in describing superficial changes or ‘if you want to sup with a Scot, you’ll need long arms ’cos they don’t share their food, ’ in describing his visit to relatives in Scotland. 

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