‘God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise.’ 1 Corinthians 1:27 NIV As long as you need man’s approval, God is limited in what He can do through you. Faith is the willingness to look foolish. That’s why faith and humility go hand in hand. Noah looked foolish building an ark …Read More
A season of opportunity Dr Ross Clifford, Principal of Morling College in Sydney has given his perspective on Christmas and what it means for a majority of Australians in the post-modern age. “For some people it’s a heavy time if there’s been a recent family tragedy or other things that have taken place at this …Read More
In it for the long haul People who are believers in Christ and under the blessing of God are ideally positioned to be entrepreneurs. In a position to extrapolate on that is none better than Wes Leake, CEO of Business Blessings. Wes is an old hand when it comes to the calling on his life …Read More
Mobile Mission Maintenance Australia “Anybody within the Body of Christ, if we can help them we will.” “Every year we get inundated with calls for support and requests for assistance.” “We could do so much more if we had more volunteers.” “When I sit back and look at all the numbers my head starts to …Read More
Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament “Genesis Leviticus Samuel Chronicles Psalms Zechariah, ‘Make us wise for salvation through Jesus.’ That is, you can read your Old Testament and be saved!” But, “I think many Christian people don’t see Him in there either. I think we see the Old Testament as good guidelines for moral living. …Read More
‘No authority can stop an outpouring of the Holy Spirit’ This book called ‘Faith Love and Hope’ contains glorious stories of the work of the Holy Spirit in Vietnam. The regime in Vietnam keeps a tight lid on any emerging Christian activity and for anyone involved in Christian work anonymity is extremely advisable. The authorities …Read More
“No matter how everything’s going you keep that energy going and encourage, encourage and encourage. You never give up so it’s really good.” Praise for Vision from Ainslee in Western Australia, a Visionathon donor who turns on her radio whenever she’s in the car. “I love the way your enthusiasm never wavers,” was Ainslee’s compliment …Read More
“Vision Radio brings that hope to life. It brings our faith to a concrete place where we can actually see that there is hope in the world.” Nine years ago Dr Sean, a Vision family member, died from a massive heart attack.
In the second half of our special feature, Brad Huddleston tells us why South Korea is one of the only countries in the world where internet addicts can get treatment, and gives more advice about protecting our children.
In the first part of our special feature, Brad Huddleston describes the signs and symptoms of digital addiction, and encourages parents to feel empowered to protect their children.