Harrison Bellve

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Harrison is a twenty-one year old student who completed his Bachelor of Communications in 2019 and is now working in marketing. He was raised in a non-Christian family but has been part of the Church since the beginning of 2018. He has a passionate personality which is illustrated in many facets of his life from writing, to sports, food, friends, family and God. Harrison enjoys exploring and grasping different parts of life and discussing them with others. Chat with Harrison further at: harrisonbellve@gmail.com

  • God says, “Hello”

    Have you ever wondered what it would actually be like for God to say “Hello” to you? Like actually in front of your face, just saying, “Hello.”

  • We Move

  • Tuning in

    Disabled soundI recently bought myself a new car. A car imported from Japan that has a button in it which reads ‘AUX’. ...

  • Hardships

    I haven’t sat here and written this while I’m happy. I haven’t begun, written and concluded this piece through a time of joy, nor over a week an easy nature.

  • Is it tiring to be a Christian

    “Is it tiring to be a Christian?” You may have been asked this before - by someone, or simply by yourself. It’s a tough question. It’s tough because the answer is uncertain yet right in front of us at the same time.

  • Just, be.

    Hey, have you ever thought about, just being you? And that just being you is enough? That it’s not something that we have to tell ourselves but something that we are told to do.

  • Love

    What is love? Love can be beautiful, it can be light, warm, selfless, humble contagious and Holy. But it can also be ...

  • A message for someone

    We all have people in our lives that we pray to come to faith. We have people we love and whom we show love to, love more extraordinary than the ordinary, of which is shown to us.

  • Mark 5 Visited

    Many of you know the story in Mark chapter 5 of healing by faith. I have heard about it briefly before and once gave it a read over, but only recently have I visited it with further exploration and intention to learn.

  • His Way

    Often we hear about His way and how His way is greater than our own. But I think that we can often get caught up in our way of His way.