Do you ever sleep a full eight hours and wake up tired, only to repeat the cycle the next night, and the next, and wonder what on earth is going on?
It may not be true for everyone, but anecdotally there seems to be an enduring sense of collective exhaustion: the trauma of 2020 is yet to clear, the cost of living is unsettling, and we just don’t feel like ourselves.
“Growing up I never saw a nun. It was not even on my radar. If anything, it terrified me.”
Chinese believers develop their own alpha course for new Christians.
Worldview Australia is running their first Christian Leadership Camp in Queensland to empower high school students to defend their faith with a deeper understanding of the Bible.
As believers, we often sense a calling on our lives to activate our spiritual gifts. These gifts can help us grow towards spiritual maturity, and they enable us to serve both God and people more effectively.
Whatever treasure we’re after, it’s those who truly seek that truly find. Let those who have ears to hear, hear.
Ben from the IT Department at Vision shared why The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, is special to him and how James in Cooloola Cove, QLD has strengthened his faith and confidence in sharing his faith because of Vision’s resources.
Stacey works in Vision’s Customer Services. There’s a good chance you’ve spoken to Stacey if you’ve called Vision. She gets to hear beautiful stories from supporters who tell her about the impact Vision’s ministry has had on their life. Stacey wanted to share a little piece of her story about something of great significance to [...]
Pae from Vision loves eagles because they signify God’s strength, power and freedom. She shares how Mark in Kirwan QLD, has found strength, power and freedom through Vision’s Bible teaching podcasts that have helped him strengthen his faith and learn how to live it out.
‘Trail LIfe offers a Christ-centred, boy-focused approach to building Godly men.”
“A predominately spontaneous movement of prayer and a beautifully sacred movement that is ongoing.”
“Our town’s institutions and infrastructure is just not in a place to absorb the influx blessed guests we have had.”
The book of Daniel still resonates with many Christians today. Daniel was a man constantly striving to live a Godly life in an ungodly world.
A new year is an opportunity to reevaluate your life and consider what changes you might want to make.
To start, think about where you find your identity. If you want real and lasting change in 2023, knowing how your Creator, Jesus Christ, sees you is important. Christ alone has the ability to make all things new.
Is honesty a trait that has been lost in our society?
Nigel caused a stir at Vision when he phoned in during Robbo & Becci’s Rise & Shine show to ask about getting baptised. God has laid it on his heart to get baptised as the next part of his faith journey. He was super keen to find someone to baptise him by full emersion to [...]
At face value, volunteering is simply a generous offer of your time and skills to an organisation or cause you care about. In reality though, it goes far beyond that, having a profound affect on our cultural identity.
There are many things we take for granted in Australia, including institutions like our public education and healthcare systems. Are Christians missing out on the out chance to have some input and influence in these institutions?
Hard things scare us because they take effort. Effort stretches us, and as we stretch, we grow. The truth is that growth inevitably always hurts in one way or another.
History has been filled with famous preachers and evangelists who have shared Jesus with millions of people around the world. Billy Graham held huge rallies with an ocean of people in attendance and thousands of people choosing Jesus.
Trusting God doesn’t protect us from bad things happening. But it does give us peace knowing that when we don’t have the strength to face what’s coming, He will be there with us.
Abu’s method to live out Christ’s love on the football field in Zanzibar, Tanzania, is simple: ‘pray, play and say.
Christian views on gender, marriage and sexuality are increasingly seen as extreme. As a result, Christianity itself is increasingly marginalized.
Kerrie Atherton has faced more than her fair share of physical and emotional trauma. But her faith in God has helped her to heal, and she’s now helping others going through similar challenges.