Month: April 2017

Running the small, hard race

21 April 2017

When I started going to Bible College three years ago, I thought it was impossible for a little uneducated traveller to last even one day in a Bible College with the academic standards of Harvest. It would be a miracle: with no academic writing skills, how could I do this? To my surprise, I finished…

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Reflecting on Easter: Part II

15 April 2017

As citizens of the 21st century world, I’d suggest we don’t think much about the significance of Easter. We have lived through 1,500 years of Christendom in the West, meaning that our foundational identities are built upon layers of tradition that we are simply unaware of. The story of Easter is taken for granted by…

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Reflecting on Easter: Part I

14 April 2017

Easter is an important time for Christians all around the world. During this time, we mournfully remember the sacrifice of our Lord Jesus upon the cross, and look to His resurrection on the third day to bring us fresh hope. We believe that His death fulfilled the prophecies made in the Law, Prophets, and Writings…

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Left behind: when a loved one takes their own life

07 April 2017

Suicide is a major issue in our community, whether we’re talking about teenagers, young adult males, Aborigines in custody, isolated farmers doing it tough, or older people suffering painful terminal illness. Suicide doesn’t only affect the person who dies, or fails to die. It’s their family, friends, colleagues, and others who carry the grief and,…

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Josie’s Online Connection

04 April 2017

Josie lives in the beautiful little coastal town of Apollo Bay, Victoria. She enjoys long walks on the beach and contemplating the goodness of God and His creation. Josie has a passion for the youth in her community. She chose Harvest because of the College’s commitment to supporting local churches in becoming everything God has…

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