Vision Seminar on Same Sex Marriage - Saturday 22 Aug 2015

Internet Bible College - Thursday, July 16, 2015

What does the Bible say?
On Saturday 22nd of August we will be presenting a seminar on this rather hot topic. Already I have posted some details on Facebook.Never before has the Christian concept of a family suffered the kind of savage and relentless attacks that assault it today. Yet there is no lovelier scene than a home knit together in the fellowship and friendship of Christ. As Rabbi Sirach wrote long ago, Read More

Vision Seminar "Living, Loving and Laughing" 27th July 2013

Internet Bible College - Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Vision Seminar, "Living, Loving and Laughing" with Dr Ken and Dr Denis, 27th July at 10 Redfern Road Minto NSW 9:00 to 3:30 pm.  For details contact Vision Colleges 02 9603 2077 or

Definition of Marriage
Marriage is a union of two people, deeply in love and committed the idea that they will continue in this state of bliss through all the trials and triumphs successes and failure, joys and pain that will come to them in life. So often, too often the Living is replaced by duty, the romance of loving lost in the "contentment of relationship", and the laughing gives way to the hurly burly of getting through the day.. It aught not to be so. We can, we should we must realise the early dreams of "Living, Loving, Laughing" Read More

Vision Seminar on "When the Trumpet Sounds - Second Coming of Jesus Christ" - Saturday 13th Oct 2012

Internet Bible College - Friday, September 07, 2012

Peter tells us that one of the marks of a true Christian is that he or she is “looking for and hastening the coming of the day of God” (2 Pe 3:12, ESV). Paul echoes the same thought -- “we are waiting for our blessed hope, the appearing of the glory of our great God and Saviour Jesus Christ” (Tit 2:13). An ongoing eager expectation that today might be the day of the Lord’s return, shows a person who is in real union with Christ, obedient to scripture, and ready to meet the Lord with joy. Such people, says Peter, are not only waiting for Christ to come, they are actually “hastening” the day of his return.  Read More