Peter Barnes has illustrated the concept of Australia’s version of faith, likening it to the idea of a mixed fruit pie.“It seemed to fit,” Peter confessed. “Everything’s a mixture.”
Mark McCrindle’s research shows that there are fewer Christians in New Zealand than Australia. But his Faith and Belief reports also offer encouraging news about both countries. ‘One in ten people that we pass on the street is open to hearing more about the Christian faith. I think that’s remarkable.’
“He sort of has a ‘so what’ attitude about it and Australians in general won’t look at him not through the lens of what a political activist would look at him.” Martyn Iles on PM Scott Morrison’s faith.
‘The things that are unseen are eternal.’ 2 Corinthians 4:18 ESV We enjoy the blessings of change, but not the process of change. We’re creatures of habit. We form our habits, and our habits form us. Then we start to see things exclusively from our own perspective. And when that happens—we stagnate. The truth is, …Read More
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“I looked at these kids who were looking at me. There was a stunned silence and I said, ‘I’m sorry guys, I’ve got nothing.” Dave Reardon after a failed attempt as a youth leader.
“I became a hard person but the truth of the matter was the minute I was on my own I was probably the most broken, miserable, sad and lonely person the planet.” Sheila Leech
“There’s still a lot of work to be done and we’ve got to keep sharing the simple, absolute truth of why Jesus came and what He’s done for us.” Steve Grace on receiving the CMAA Legacy Award.