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Jason loves to communicate God's word both in the local church and at conferences and retreats. Jason has been involved with Worship Music since 1996 and InFocus since 2005. Jason has degrees in theology, music, accounting, and research and is currently a PhD candidate and lecturer in the College of Business, Law, and Governance at James Cook University, Cairns. Jason is also a pastor at CrossPoint Church. You can contact Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Walter & Trudy Fremont Mary, a talented Christian school teacher, came from a good Christian home and was a graduate from an outstanding Christian college. She married a businessman in her church who claimed to have been saved in childhood but was known for his jealousy, bad temper, and worldliness. While Mary was engaged, her friends warned her that he was a loser, but she was desperately in love with this handsome, misunderstood man and would not listen. She ignored warnings from parents and friends about his past and his character. Seven years and three children later, Mary came to the counselor's office bemoaning the fact that her husband was selfish, abusive, irresponsible in leading the family, and in debt for many thousands of dollars. (more…) Read more
By Charles A. Hauser, Jr. Throughout history man has tried to minimize the importance and influence of the Bible. At times, the Bible was kept from people; programs were designed to destroy it. Some wished to negate the influence of a particular book, as did Dionysius in the early church. He tried to cast doubt regarding the apostolic authorship of Revelation, because it teaches Christ's literal reign on earth. The last two centuries reflect scholars' focus on negating the supernatural inspiration of Scripture, trying to reduce it to a man-made book tracing man's search for God. (more…) Read more
By Jason Harris Virtual reality implies artificial, but the cyber-phenomenon that dominates today's generation is anything but artificial. The rise of interactive web-based services such as MSN chat, forum communities, and blogs has led to a culture in which one's identity is assumed at login and we can hang out with friends online just as easily as at the mall (granted the coffee's better at the mall!). (more…) Read more
9/11: A Memorial By Jason Harris When I sat through History of Civilisation class in 2000, the biggest event in modern history was Pearl Harbour. People used to ask "where were you when you heard about the attack on Pearl Harbour?" Today, we ask a different question. September 11, 2001, 9.55 am: I walk into my Biblical Foundations class at university and overhear a classmate saying something about a terrorist strike. I also hear something about the World Trade Centre towers falling. People shouldn't joke about things like that. Imagine what that would be like, a skyscraper falling... just over an hour later I stand watching the news in the huge university amphitorium. The vivid, big-screen flashes of terror will never leave my mind. Less than six weeks later I stand at ground zero, looking... Read more