Stealth was central to D-Day and a Biblical theme

Stealth was central to D-Day and a Biblical theme

D-Day was about stealth – there were fake armies under General George Paton, there were fake rubber tanks and trucks for photographic spy planes, there were fake plans and the like, all to one end, to give the best possible chance for D-Day to be successful.

  • Christian Intuitive and PSI young writers

    Christian Intuitive and PSI young writers

    One of the most important truths for young Christian leaders is that the Christian intuitive is a valid license for their ministries - and as each following generation of young Christian leaders emerge - its validity becomes more and more apparent.

  • Catchy lines catches the imagination

    Catchy lines catches the imagination

    Sometimes a terrific gem pops up in the media and you wonder why you weren't the one to come up with such a catchy phrase. A recent News.com article on the RAAF's Multirole-Tanker is termed a "flexible use asset".

  • Common sense of locomotive liveries

    Common sense of locomotive liveries

    1952 was a wonderful year for Queensland Railways when the very first mainline diesel electric locomotive came on stream, the gleaming blue and white 1100 class hood designed monster of the rail followed not long after by the streamline designed 1200 Class.

  • The new dress code for male clergy

    The new dress code for male clergy

    In a recent fascinating article from WAToday where Richard Woods won season tickets to the ISPS HANDA Perth International  -  for his lack of fashion sense on the links  -  a man whose wife Rachael (with fashion sense) shakes her head is dismay  -  as he heads to the golf course.

  • Midge Point Art Prize in 7 weeks

    Midge Point Art Prize in 7 weeks

    After five wonderful years of the Basil Sellers Midge Point Art Prize the local arts community got together to continue this art prize scheduled for 11.00am Saturday 28 July at The Point Tavern over a morning tea.

  • Planning is required for Country Town Tours

    Planning is required for Country Town Tours

    Well-Being Australia's Country Town Tour program which has run since the mid eighties has often had long leads up times as preparations need to be put in place such as youth programs, schools, service clubs, men's breakfasts and dinners and the like.

  • Well-Being Australia's and small regional centre

    Well-Being Australia's and small regional centre

    Well-Being Australia has developed a number of community projects in the Carlisle Coast region of the mainland Whitsundays coast line (Midge Point, Laguna Quays, Bloomsbury) over the seven past years.

  • The Calling to Christian leadership

    The Calling to Christian leadership

    In a News.com article from my 2014 archive, three young people at various stages of their theological education( and in ministry) are asked why as Millennials they have given their lives to serving the Lord Jesus Christ.

  • 2018 'Panellists' have 6 weeks remaining

    2018 'Panellists' have 6 weeks remaining

    The Press Service International young writer program in conjunction with Christian Today has annual awards – these are determined by different sets of panellists.

  • The 'sermon' at the Royal wedding

    The 'sermon' at the Royal wedding

    The 'sermon' given at the Royal wedding has got tongues waging. Given by the Reverend Michael Curry, an American Episcopalian Archbishop from Chicago and invited by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to give the sermon – he gave a 14 minute, what I call - a Black American regular preaching style of passion and vigour. No surprise there.

  • Video highlights One Day in Melbourne

    Video highlights One Day in Melbourne

    Bridget Brenton's short video highlights One Day in Melbourne last Saturday (19 May) held at the Craigieburn Salvation Army.

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