Do watch to the end! Amazing message! He is alive!!
(via Curious Rat)
Watched a Christian movie, [Fireproof](http://www.fireproofthemovie.com/), this past week during our home group. Really interesting movie about marriage and the importance of God in the centre of it all. The movie has extra significance because of what’s happening to some families around me.
Even if your marriage is going strong, the movie provides a gentle reminder that nothing should be taken for granted.
I love sushi! And it’s quite cheap to make your own sushi in Adelaide as really fresh salmon and tuna are readily available and not that expensive. But I guess this is the really extreme version of fresh sushi.
I don’t think I’ll be able to stomach it!!
(via [Daphne Maia](1))
Heard this over the weekend at church camp and this testimony about Mr Genor, a little white-haired man handing out tracts on George St in Sydney, Australia, has moved me to tears … even on listening to it a few more times. Hope you’ll be inspired by it too!!
If you are non-Christian, then I hope this video will inspire you to go seek out a Christian friend to find out more.
If anyone who’s staying/visiting in Adelaide is interested, you are more than welcome to come worship with us at [Unley Christian Chapel](1).
An ‘interesting’ advertisement for [Kaspersky](http://www.kaspersky.com/), the anti-virus company, that features [Jackie Chan](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackie_Chan/) kicking computer viruses on a Segway.
The advertisement is a little weird with Jackie Chan speaking in Mandarin and Eugene Kaspersky (the founder) replying in Russian-accented English.
Anyway, it’s good to see Jackie Chan strutting his kungfu moves, even if it’s in a *bizarre* advert.