Meet people serving with CCCA in our fortnightly video blog, CCCA Today.
Losing All to Gain Much
Written by Suan Lee Campbell Tuesday, 04 January 2011 20:09
“So are you saying your God is more important than your mother?”
Anne (name changed) just stared at her father afraid to answer the loaded question.
Anyone who meets Anne for the first time will be impressed by her warm smile and her gentle sweetness. When her family moved to Australia Anne met a classmate whom Anne described as a ‘sold out’ Christian—always talking about Jesus and her faith. Discussions with this new friend was the beginning of Anne’s spiritual journey.
Stoned and Imprisoned for the Gospel
Written by Tez Brooks Tuesday, 04 January 2011 13:13
All around the world Campus Crusade for Christ missionaries place their lives on the line for the sake of the gospel. Many times, for the safety of our missionaries, we cannot share these incidents. The following story has been altered for security reasons.
Immersed in Hope
Written by Tez Brooks Tuesday, 04 January 2011 13:01
Anyone who has spent any amount of time with Adelaide missionaries Travis and Pixi Johnson, know how creative and talented they are. Painting, story-telling, writing, film-making—all are part of any given week for them. It’s not only their hobby, it’s their ministry and they love it. When they joined Campus Crusade a few years ago, they brought with them a very creative ministry called Immerse.
Jesus In A Bucket Of Chicken
Written by Tez Brooks Monday, 03 January 2011 22:50
Born and raised in India’s mixed religious culture, Rakesh Kumar was taught everyone’s god is right. It diminished his desire to seek God. When his family took him to the temple, he would ask how anyone could know that the Hindu gods were there. He never got a straight answer. Eventually he was driven toward atheism.
Bushfire: The Two Year Anniversary
Written by Tez Brooks Monday, 03 January 2011 22:37
Their faces seemed shadowed with the signs of distant trauma. It was only 6 months since the fires and Pastor Ivor and Yvonne Jones and their good friends Killian and Robyn Fitzpatrick met me at a café on the outskirts of Marysville. Once covered with lush greenery, the proud mountains around us sulked under a load of black toothpicks we once called trees. They caused the hills to stand out against the sky like giant echidnas.
Page 6 of 9«StartPrev123456789NextEnd»