Showing posts from May, 2016

VIVID this week

What's new?

An amazing selfie of sorts projects your image into Darling Harbour with the use of three super cameras. Eyes on the Harbour makes you the star of the show at the Laser-Dragon Water-Theatre. Using groundbreaking Intel® RealSense™ technology, your face will be projected on a giant waterscreen 20m above the surface of Darling Harbour, in the middle of one of Vivid Sydney’s most popular attractions.

Just step up to the Intel® booth and have your face scanned by Intel® RealSense™ cameras. Either go completely natural or choose one of five wild looks, and a giant image of your face will be projected high over the waters of Darling Harbour. You’ll even have a copy emailed to you as a souvenir.

Intel® Eyes on the Harbour rears forth every half hour during Vivid Sydney, in between the Laser-Dragon Water-Theatre shows.

The ever-popular Light Totem continues at Circular Quay and the Fountain is ongoing at Martin Place.

For more information about VIVID, check out our Reso…

Michael Brown schedule is filling up

You can follow the preaching schedule of Dr Michael L Brown in Sydney and help us bring such men of God to our shores. How? Bring a friend or a busload to any or all of these events, make sure you bring a donation to help us pay his expenses, and let's honour the man of God in our places.

So far, his schedule is
Shabbat service/ seminar
Church in the Marketplace
400 Oxford St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022
9:30 to 12:30
Registration is payable online:
Click here on Rego

SUNDAY 19 June
Michael will be preaching that morning at the 10 a.m. service at
Awesome Church
223 Great North Road
Five Dock NSW 2046
Website is here
Bring an offering, please.

Michael will be preaching that evening at the 6 p.m. service at
Jubilee Church
30 Victoria Street
Waverley NSW 2024
Website is here

MONDAY 20 June to Thursday 23 JUNE
Michael will be teaching each morning (Tues, Wed, Thurs) at the morning gathering and each evening (Mon, Tues, Wed)
Lausanne Consultation on Jewish Evangeli…

Light in the Darkness: VIVID 2016

According to their website, Vivid Sydney is a 23-day festival of light, music and ideas. Vivid Sydney features many of the world's most important creative industry forums, a mesmerising free public exhibition of outdoor lighting sculptures and installations and a cutting-edge contemporary music program.

Vivid Sydney is where art, technology and commerce intersect. It begins on 27 May and lasts until 18 June. Vivid Sydney was voted Australia’s Best Event in 2013 and Best Tourism Event in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

And each year the festival grows, in locations and in numbers of visitors. This year the talks in 150 sessions will range from Chatswood to Randwick to Marrickville and feature topics like "Turn Interaction Into Action: Daily Habits For Innovating" and "Creating a Sense of Place for Migrant Communities" Speakers include Kučka and Margaret Zhang, Tom Dawkins and Myf Warhurst.

This is obviously a great way to get Sydney-siders out and about during the chi…

Broken hearted (Love, whose month is ever May)

It's a rather odd phrase-- broken hearted. There are medical influences that cause the heart of a man to tear, but that's not what anyone really means when they use this phrase. It has to do with pain and aches on the inside, perhaps regrets and suffering sometimes caused by others, and sometimes caused by ourselves. Usually this has to do with a situation of discomfort, and a desire on the part of the hearted to wish things could improve.

Some people really don't know how to handle other folks; most of us wish we did, but admit that we have a long way to go. So what is a broken heart? It's used in reference to a state of extreme grief or sorrow, typically caused by the death of a loved one or the ending of a romantic relationship. As in "she broke my heart" or "that one is going to grow up to break many hearts" and such.

There is another use of the phrase, too.
The singing team from Hillsong in their song "Hosanna" wrote these …