Welcome to our very first blog post! This is a great place to start if you are just trying to work out who Deakin CU is and what we’re on about or even for those of you who are a
OMG! Recently my very hip (-cough-) husband pulled out a verbal hashtag, boldly announcing “#FroYo!” Greeted with some looks of confusion he retreated a little until we all realised what he was going for #YOLO. Much laughter ensued (I’d love
What is the time? We watch it, we waste it, and we pass it. It often seems like there’s not enough of it, and we don’t know where it goes. Time matters. It affects what we do. I have
At the moment I’m slowly rereading C. S. Lewis’ very good (and somewhat famous) Chronicles of Narnia. The first time I read these books I was in grade 6 and a lot has changed since then – I’ve now been
So both on Mission, and then again last night at the CU Christmas party, I was encouraged by K’s exhortation to us all that we not let the familiarity of the Christmas story rob us of the wonder of the
This post is just to say that when our website was migrated recently we lost a lot of blog posts. We may or may not be able to retreive them, but we will start blogging fresh content soon!
Summer Missions are just around the corner for Deakin CU We’d love it if you would pray for us before, during, and after!
Dark morning, sun yet to lighten the sky. Some women went to where his body lay. Not even the bitter herbs of Passover could compare with the bitterness of the last few days. The darkness was appropriate; they had murdered
So there you are… sitting in your Monday morning lecturer… twirling a left-over Take a Fresh Look at Jesus postcard in your hand… (that one you’d intended to give to a friend, but didn’t quite get to)… when suddenly –
In a few days CU will be heading off on our ‘Orientation Camp’ or CampO. This year we’re going to be looking at the little-read letter in the New Testament ‘2 Thessalonians.’ It’s one of those books of the Bible
One of the features of Australian politics in recent years has been the increasing frequency of “leadership spills.” Up until a few years ago I thought that’s what you did to your drink not the Prime Minister. We are very