Tag Archives: John Klassek
The Right Side of History – thinking carefully about discipleship.
Click here to listen Things are about to heat up. Jesus knew what he had to do, and what was coming. We see him among his closest friends; we’re privy to two sisters’ heart and soul; we see Jesus’ moistened … Continue reading →
Filmed at Westminster Abbey in London, this one minute film reminds us that those great people of history, as well all those in unknown tombs, who rest in silent slumber will one day awaken at the voice of Jesus.
Introduction to sermon message shared by John Klassek last week during the Feast of Tabernacles hosted by Christian Educational Services Australia in Caloundra, Queensland.
When in Rome, tread lightly. Those paving stones hide an often forgotten and brutal past. (Filmed on-location at the Colosseum, Rome, Italy on September 7, 2012).
Discovering the connection between historical and religious artwork and the stories they portray is often lost on the visiting tourist. But, there is hope yet!
Excerpt of short message presented at the International Ministerial Congress during Sabbath worship service at Whittlebury, UK. (Filmed on an HTC Smartphone).
Rebecca and I are leaving tomorrow to attend the International Ministerial Congress near London in the UK. The Dowerin Field Day in Western Australia will also be on again during this time, so I travelled to Dowerin this morning to setup a … Continue reading →
We visited Eadine Springs and Spencers Brook running through Clackline, not far from where we live in rural Western Australia. It was the ideal venue for a Sabbath picnic followed by a leisurely walk through the bush. Leah held up her … Continue reading →
A behind the scenes look at the server in the MessageWeek office. (Filmed on an HTC Velocity 4G SmartPhone. Not our usual camera, of course, but very convenient for video blogging).