What about Heaven?

What about Heaven?

Have you ever wondered what will happen when we pass away and if we will go to heaven?

  • What doesn’t kill you… doesn’t kill you

    What doesn’t kill you… doesn’t kill you

    “Pain and suffering are a part of life.” There – all the sage wisdom you will ever need to hear in one short sentence.

  • The appeal of State of Origin?

    The appeal of State of Origin?

    As a sports lover and a self-appointed sports pundit, one of my favourite times of the year has to be the State of Origin.

  • Step by Step

    Step by Step

    Have you ever felt completely daunted by the task ahead? I know I have! As a serial procrastinator, the thought that the task is simply too big to be achieved in a day is usually more than enough excuse to put off even making a start. It is hard to do things that don’t give immediate results, to place effort into reaching a goal that is presently down the track and around the corner.

  • Oh no, it’s chipped!

    Oh no, it’s chipped!

    The other day I accidentally dropped my glass in the sink and it cracked. The glass did not completely shatter but merely chipped on the top. Still it was now a chipped glass. The glass barely knocked the sink but it must have hit at just the right angle to chip a bit off the top.

  • Is your love for God conditional?

    Is your love for God conditional?

    Do you love God because of what he gives you and promises to do for you? Would we still choose to love Jesus if he never blessed us with the desires of our heart? What about when we are faced with poor health, infertility, a broken marriage, financial debt, sorrow and heartache – could you still worship Jesus? Would you still worship Jesus? Would your heart still be given over to God? Or has your love for God become conditional on him meeting your needs and desires?

  • Promotions or Pumice Stones?—Leading through Servitude

    Promotions or Pumice Stones?—Leading through Servitude

    This is my first time writing for this year, as I have been away at Air Force Officer Training. This meant that I was exposed to a wide array of leadership theories, training, and assessment.

  • Ruth: A woman of faith

    Ruth: A woman of faith

    If anyone had created a manual for ‘how to get through Uni emotion free’, I feel like my semester would have gone a lot easier. Instead, like every semester, I had to go through those times of stress, bewilderment, and frustration, not to mention consistently reminding myself that ‘this is what I am dreaming of. This is what I want to accomplish.’

  • I went Godless for a year

    I went Godless for a year

    Growing used to things is scary because it numbs – it numbs the fear of darkness, the pain, the desire for love.

  • Boats

    Boats

  • Unburdening evangelism

    Unburdening evangelism

    I think that one of the most discouraging aspects in our quest to “make disciples” (Matthew chapter 28, verse 19) is the lack of ‘results’.

  • My view - Strengths and Weaknesses of The Royal Wedding Sermon (and why they’re important!)

    My view - Strengths and Weaknesses of The Royal Wedding Sermon (and why they’re important!)

    The Royal Wedding was wonderful to watch and it also provided opportunity for some deep thinking about the sermon by Bishop Michael Curry.

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