Month: November 2016

Woman of Many Talents

28 November 2016

We’d love you to meet Lilian, our dynamic lecturer, learning management system coordinator, and instructional designer here at Harvest.   Q: Which units/subjects are you teaching? A: Children’s Ministry; Personal Goals & Spiritual Growth – both online units. Q: What led you to your teaching/research field? A: I was a kids’ pastor enjoying teaching kids;…

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Moving out and Moving on

14 November 2016

Tim is one of our Graduate students. He was raised in a Christian family in Castlemaine; however, he only found his identity in Christ and strengthened his beliefs when he moved out of home. Tim realised that he wasn’t a Christian just because of his family background, but that he needed to personally know God….

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Live on Purpose

10 November 2016

How can you achieve your purpose? Have you ever asked this question: ‘What on earth am I doing here?’ You are not the first and you will not be the last to ask this kind of question. So many people go through life without having a sense of a calling on their life. They miss…

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Conditioning of Climate – Part 2

07 November 2016

There are many who simply don’t believe the world is getting hotter or, at least, that humans are contributing to this in any significant way. We will consider this position in more detail throughout the series, but for now, let’s consider something for which there is global consensus – the hazardous state of Beijing’s air….

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Rule #15 – Opinions Change, the Word Remains

02 November 2016

In a small dusty cave on the shores of the Dead Sea, two young Bedouin boys found one of the most remarkable archaeological finds of the twentieth century, the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Dead Sea Scrolls are the oldest scrolls of the Bible ever found. It is a miracle in itself that they have survived…

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