Never Alone continues the series on missionary biography. It’s ‘the remarkable story of David and Robyn Claydon’. Strictly speaking you probably wouldn’t call them missionaries (though we had quite the discussion over the definition of that word in missiology) but they worked in local and overseas mission organisations and travelled […]
What with the talk surrounding the Global Atheist Convention and all, it’s a good time to revisit the business of Christian apologetics.
(This post follows on from Depicting Jesus.) The new Jesus: All About Life campaign has just kicked off in NSW. The prime time media begins next week. The campaign has already been through a few Australian cities; the pilot run was in Adelaide a few years ago. This time, there have […]
Read this if you are (a) our mates and long-term supporters, (b) thinking about the future, (c) a student, (d) think Jesus is vaguely interesting. This is solid gold. Mikey Lynch http://xnreflections.blogspot.com/ of Crossroads Pressie, http://www.crossroadshobart.org/trac/wiki/About Hobart, is coming on board as campus director of University Fellowship of Christians (AFES). […]
How should we depict Jesus? Is there one particular way in which we should portray Jesus? What would make a wrong depiction of Jesus, if anything? To get you thinking, here’s a useful page from Rejesus. As in previous posts, I began a series of designs for ES using the […]
There are a handful of different AFES groups in SA but together these were being renamed and rebranded as ES (Evangelical Students). The brief: A logo predominantly featuring the letters ES, preferably including a cross The six campus names to be integrated in/with the logo Required formats: Colour print publications Black […]
A set of faculty-themed business cards for ES.