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Interfaith College

April 28th, 2012

At this stage the Interfaith Church doesn’t have a training arm in place however we are working on putting together a training structure and online Interfaith College. Unfortunately it will probably take a couple of years to get the course structure up and running and to convince suitably qualified people to assist in writing and […]

Hi All, I’ve had a few queries about becoming an Interfaith Minister in Australia and have decided to put as much as I can into a single blog which I can point future querents to.   My Journey: Some of the reasons I consider myself an Interfaith Minister are: most importantly, my initial self-dedication to […]

A great undertaking

April 28th, 2012

The Interfaith Church is a great undertaking that I do not expect to reach its full potential until long after I have passed from this life. If it is to go on, it will  not be my work alone that keeps it on its path, it will be the work of many that drive it […]

Allegory of the long spoons

April 27th, 2012

Rabbi Haim of Romshishok was an itinerant preacher. He traveled from town to town delivering religious sermons that stressed the importance of respect for one’s fellow man. He often began his talks with the following story:”I once ascended to the firmaments. I first went to see Hell and the sight was horrifying. Row after row […]

My ANZAC rememberance

April 25th, 2012

On this most special of Days I remember those who have passed over. I remember my family members, but most especially those who have passed that I served with and those that have helped forge our way of life. Saul Dost – My best mate for many years. We both served at sea on the […]


April 24th, 2012

Sitting Bull, great ancestor. The future of humanity is in our hands. We shall fight for it until we draw our last breath in the hope that our children will continue the fight for peace.

Fred Hollows Foundation

April 19th, 2012

Hi All, I just had someone at the door from the Fred Hollows foundation. For those that don’t know, Fred Hollows was an ophthalmologist who became known for his work in restoring eyesight for countless thousands of people in Australia and many other countries. It has been estimated that more than one million people in the world can see today […]

New banners

April 18th, 2012

As we will soon be conducting public events around Brisbane, I have ordered some banners to put up outside the locations we use. This one was ordered a while back and has arrived… I was so impressed with it, I have ordered another one which is slightly different… Please tell us what you think by […]

Assessment is no fun

April 17th, 2012

Having just completed an assessment item for my current university course, I am reminded of the joys of assessment from the other side of the fence. Assessment as a student isn’t a lot of fun. I find I get distracted and wander off after some new piece of information which while important and interesting, is often […]

Omnipotence and apathy

April 14th, 2012

Even in antiquity, God was seen as fallible. If we are apathetic to, or fail to take action on our own situation God will not help us. We must shape our own destiny, for we are the greatest instruments of Gods work.

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