On this momentous anniversary, here are a few videos to provoke some thinking and reflection on what happened that fateful day 2,000 years ago – as we believe it.
“Live as though Christ died yesterday, rose from the grave today, and is coming back tomorrow.” – Theodore Epp
Remember Good Friday… and Happy Easter Sunday – Lest we forget…
Isn’t it interesting to note that of the many thousands (at least) of people crucified before, during and after Christ’s time no one stood out and took the claim that Jesus did?
Welcome to our very first session for 2013. We’ve decided to theme this session ‘The 7 Habits of Highly Spiritual People’. Over the past 12 months, we have focused mainly on the ‘how-to’ and technical aspects and it was very easy to get carried away with the left-brained, analytical and mathematical side of things and forget the emotional, spiritual and feel-good side.
So, we decided to change all that and focus more on the human side.
For the participants, thank you for coming, and as promised, here are the resources used in the session. Feel free to experiment and explore and adapt to your own needs.
A Few Minutes of Perfection
Session 1 Slides
Session 1 Workbook
Session 1 Slides PPT
Session 1 Workbook PPT
And here are the links to the websites of the apps used in the workshop
Any.do To Do list
Dooo To-Do Note
Way of Life
2Do : Tasks done in Style
Thanks everyone for attending, and keep visiting the site to keep the momentum going!
Welcome to iGod 2013. It’s been more than a year since we had our first iGod session in March last year. Over the year, we had 2 more iGod sessions at The Carmelite Centre Melbourne and 4 in-school sessions. Another highlight for iGod as a series last year was at the RE Conference in July 2012. In a little more than a year, an estimated 150 educators and RE coordinators have participated in and exposed to one or more of the different iterations of the iGod series.
We are humbled and thankful that we have been given the opportunity to share our perspectives and (hopefully) our talents to help people overcome the fear of technology and re-ignite the spark for creative spiritual exploration in their lives and the lives of those they teach and mentor. It is our hope and dream that we may be able to keep the flame burning as more and more people begin to realize that like science, technology can be a great pointer and illuminator of all things spiritual.
As others seek the burning bush, I pray that you wake up today and realize that in fact, every bush is burning. May you see clearly, obey bravely and live wholly.