Itinerant Evangelism and the Law

Itinerant Evangelism and the Law

Some years ago the full bench decision of the Federal Court, as revealed in a Sydney Morning Herald, that being injured while having sex when within a work environment is a work related injury and therefore claimable.

  • Dust to dust: real life forensic science studies.

    Dust to dust: real life forensic science studies.

    As a Minister of 40 years no one will be surprised if I bring to your attention the numbers of funerals undertaken and the ministry to mourning families.

  • Bit tricky, but not difficult

    Bit tricky, but not difficult

    Recently there was another case where someone masqueraded themselves as a doctor. A few years ago there was a fake doctor who worked at the Alice Springs Hospital in the Northern Territory. More recently another one on the Gold Coast.

  • The Botanic Gardens - 2

    The Botanic Gardens - 2

    In Australia, we are into 'Autumn', which is the very best time of year for gardening. As the heat and humidity finally recede, many of our flowers show their magnificence.

  • Panellists past the half way mark

    Panellists past the half way mark

    The Panellists for the young writer annual awards are past the half way point – there are four sets of panellists – these are the people who read and then mark the articles for the first six months of 2017 - for determinations for the presentations at the Sunshine Coast conference on 12 August.

  • Botanical Gardens

    Botanical Gardens

    In Australia, we are into 'Autumn', which is the very best time of year for gardening. As the heat and humidity finally recede, many of our flowers show their magnificence.

  • Three weeks to One Day in Melbourne – Saturday 3 June

    Three weeks to One Day in Melbourne – Saturday 3 June

    2017 'One Day in Melbourne' is three weeks away – a day focusing on the 'forgotten Christian media' - Saturday 3 June - after last year's inaugural on-line media presentations applauded by the 50 mission agency representatives and bloggers who attended.

  • Meaningful contentment

    Meaningful contentment

    Let's be realistic – I need money to meet our family's grocery housekeeping expenses, our home living costs along with our ministry. I do not have very much of it having served as a faith financed missionary for 40 years but the people who financially support us have enough money to make giftings to us along with other missions.

  • Fancy Dress catches a rural community's spirit

    Fancy Dress catches a rural community's spirit

     The Whitsundays 'Midge Point' Arts and Business Communities inaugural Fancy Dress afternoon tea was held at The Point Tavern yesterday afternoon.

  • Melbourne caught our attention

    Melbourne caught our attention

    The dramatic arrest of young Muslim men from Lebanese background some 2nd generation Australians, in Melbourne on 23 December two days before Christmas - planning to do enormous damage to major Christmas celebration sites caught the nation's attention.

  • A full June at Laguna Quays Missions Respite

    A full June at Laguna Quays Missions Respite

    The Whitsundays Laguna Quays Respite for missions survived Cyclone Debbie and the two 2 min video is of its ministry for missionaries, home missions, church full time personnel is remarkable.

  • The Resurrection and “Near-death experiences in New Zealand”

    The Resurrection and “Near-death experiences in New Zealand”

    Who wouldn’t be fascinated by tales of people crossing over to the other side and coming back to tell the tale?

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