Melbourne Gospel Choir – Christmas Live in the Streets As we lead into the Christmas season I have asked a few of my amazing friends to chat with me about Christmas. What are they up to and what… Read More
Awaken the Spirit is both intriguing and exciting. It skillfully fuses Sacred Texts (from the Bible), plus strong and evocative imagery, with reflection and meditation and the insights of personal experience. In one way this is a ‘safe’ book – it is accessible for just about anyone, whatever their spiritual path. It is exploratory and not assertive. In another way this is a risky book – it invites not only our interest but also our response. It connects us to our spiritual selves and our spiritual selves to a God who reveals in the world around and in the stories and discoveries of godly people through history and now, and most specifically to the life and teaching of Jesus and his followers.
We Tell Stories is just one of 10 performance poems on the Album Welcome Home. Genre-bending and ground breaking, this album is like nothing you have encountered before. Call it intimate, acoustic-driven, folk-rock poetry; or perhaps a mash up of Passenger, Sigur Ros and Daughter sitting beneath passionately delivered spoken word. Whatever you call it, you need to listen to truly ‘get it’, and once you have you will want more.
Iris is one of my favourite Australian bands, a Melbourne based indie 5 piece. Fronted by key songwriter Richelle Boer, IRIS artfully resists being boxed into a category, flowing with ease between genres.
Bindi Cole Blogs TREATMENT Posted: 28 Oct 2015 01:47 AM Bindi Cole Chocka Come to this amazing art tour of the Western Treatment Plant! It’s free and going to be awesome and will fill up fast. I’ve created… Read More
God is always challenging me to see people and situations through his eyes, not my eyes of judgement and insecurity.
He loves me so completely that I am free to love others completely.
We are carriers of light and hope everyday. We don’t have to be perfect, just willing. Esther Oakley
At the recent ‘Justice Conference’ in Melbourne, Artists from Tabor College were encouraged to prepare a piece of work on the topic of Justice and its personal implications for them as Artists. This post showcases some of their work.