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The Sound of His Heart Cry.

There is a power in poverty that breaks principalities and brings the authorities down to their knees. There is a brewing frustration, an ageless temptation to fight for control by manipulation The God of the Kingdoms and God of the Nations, God of Creation sends this revelation; through the homeless and penniless Jesus the Son, … Continue reading

AMUC 2009 – Advertising Flyer

I’ll Fight Day – Social Justice Conference

Greetings! Thankyou for your keen interest in the I’ll Fight Day – Social Justice Conference on the 13th of September 2008, held at The Salvation Army, Rivervale Corps. Please find here some resources that are available to you for the purposes of spreading the word. Please seriously consider spending the day with us. “The need … Continue reading

I’ll Fight Day / Advertising #2

“The need to rediscover that God is just and sends the Spirit to do his work of justice through God’s people is urgent now. Such an undertaking requires Christianity’s best thoughts, imagination and energy to be worked out in the world.” – Ash Barker (Preface to “Following Fire – How the Spirit Leads Us To … Continue reading

13 September 2008 / I’ll Fight Day

Global Monitoring Report 2008

From World Bank PovertyNet Newsletter #113, April 2008: A new World Bank-IMF report warns that most countries will fall short on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a set of eight globally agreed development goals with a due date of 2015. Though much of the world is set to cut extreme poverty in half by then, prospects … Continue reading

Poverty, Accountability & Desire.

The Persistence of Poverty: Why the Economics of the Well-Off Can’t Help the Poor I think I’d like to get my hands on a copy of this book. Has anyone read it or seen it anywhere? It looks like this guy is thinking outside the square. In this important book the author asserts that conventional … Continue reading

The Mission, The Stuff & The End

I watched “Millionaire’s Mission” on Tuesday night. I’d recommend it highly. It follows 8 very rich and powerful entrepreneurs into a Village in Africa, where World Vision is conducting an experiment. Is it possible that these entrepreneurs can think of something that we haven’t to change the future of the village, and bring it out … Continue reading

an unheard voice

“give wiping poverty off the earth a go.” This article was the winning entry in the year 5/6 category of What Matters? 2007—a writing competition, run by The Whitlam Institute, that gives year 5-12 students in NSW and ACT a chance to say what matters in society today. This girl’s writing is inspiring, and not just because she … Continue reading

New Words & Insights

Don’t laugh ok?! Maybe I’m not as smart as some of you people out there in blog land, but in the last hour or so I’ve been learning some new words. I’m guessing being a UNI student does that! Thought I’d share them with you, just in case you cared! e tour d’horizon: review, survey … Continue reading

Kathleen Johansson

We shall win.

"The decree has gone forth that the kingdoms of this world shall become the kingdoms of our Lord and of His Christ and that He shall reign whose right it is from the River to the ends of the earth. We shall win. It is only a question of time. I believe that this Movement shall inaugurate the final conquest of our Lord Jesus Christ."
- General Catherine Booth

Things I’ve said.

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