28 December, 2002 11:51 AM
Presenting the worlds first Inflatable Church! Available for purchase or rental, this church can be brought to a vacant piece of land near you!
'This fantastic air filled building is 47ft long by 25ft wide & 47ft high. The attention to detail is heavenly complete with plastic "stained glass" windows, airbrush artwork which replicates the traditional church. Inside it has an inflatable organ, altar, pulpit, pews, candles and a gold cross. Even the doors are flanked by air-filled angels. The church can be built in three hours and dis-assembled in less than two'
This could revolutionise missional church. No longer will we expect people to have to come to us, we can just pick up and go straight to them! Its a step towards incarnational mission...
Its not that different to alot of churches I've visited over the years though....must take plenty of hot air to keep it going!
On the up side - no more long and torturous building projects!
26 December, 2002 9:16 PM
Get your insurance against Hell here.
I wonder how many policies they've sold!
24 December, 2002 2:24 PM
Busken Bakery Site advertisment. Turn your volume up loud and let this play on repeat for a couple of minutes - feel your blood pressure rise....
12 December, 2002 7:55 PM
Watch me Grow my Beard - a study on male grooming. The latest cutting edge blog! Enjoy
11 December, 2002 11:04 PM
Interesting pic from Richard Bott's blog
quite the contrasting image collision
9 December, 2002 3:18 PM
Make your own BUSH speech
Classic sillyness - you can make US president Bush say what ever you want - complete with sound effects and all his catch phrases. Fun way to fill in a spare 15 minutes.
7 December, 2002 10:30 AM
- adverstisments from STA Travel They are facinating to me in the light of recent world events. Especially for us Aussies after the 'Bali Bombings' of October 12.
Obviously there is a concerted effort to try to get Aussies back overseas again amidst the daily travel warnings that we seem to be getting of late for travel to SE Asian countries.
On the back of each of these postcards is the following text:
HOW DO YOU PLAN TO KEEP LEARNING, TRUSTING AND BELIEVING IN A WORLD THAT CHANGES AND CHALLENGES US ALL?
See the world while it lasts. Technology is infectious. Every time an antenna is raised in a remote village, another local culture becomes extinct. no society is equipped to withstand the onslaught. Every satellite launched, every cable laid, the death of every elder, hastens the end of cultural diversity. If you are 25, it will disappear during your lifetime. Forget about stopping it; you can't. Instead savor every chance you get to absorb a passing world, to experience as much as you can before it fades into a big version of anyplace.
Each and every culture, no matter how small or remote, represents a vast body of experience - of wars and adventures and art, of medicines and music and hairstyles, of living with parents, living with nature, playing, dancing, kissing. Together these cultures are the culmination of millions of years of practice living on a precious, fragile planet.
Go now. Go for the people, not for the weather. Go to learn. Pass along to your friends and later, your kids, the things you learned., wherever you went. Use the technology you have to record what you find. Take pictures, tape music and stories, make videos. And leave nothing behind. When you go back home, take things away in your head, not in your suitcase.
1 December, 2002 3:34 PM
Check out this Aussie bank ad - apparently Visa has all the answers! Gotta get me one.
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