Saturday, December 27, 2008

Koorong Item of the Day

Guitar Heroes for Christian Songs.....

One day I'm going to play this for church in the band :)

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Christmas Day

Its Christmas Day 2008! Been a really good day for me... This is what happened...

1. Went to church.. and then decided to crash maccas with friends

2. Spent the day with my awesome girlfriend :) Made this 3D puzzle of the world... the last piece was so annoying to put in!

3. Had dinner with family~ I got home to realise that my dad put a PLATE under my bread roll AND gave me a box of tissues too! (inside joke for Will and friends)

Monday, December 08, 2008

The Unfair World

Is it just me or is there something wrong with these two vastly diifferent views seperated by just one road?

Sunday, December 07, 2008

Church in KK

Was so blessed today to be able to attend the local Basel Church's new service in Foh Sang (about 1 minute drive from my uncle's place.

It's the newest service which the basel church holds at a new church building which holds 100+ people. The service is in mandarin, but most people can speak hakka and english. Its such an awesome experience to be part of God's people in a place so far away from home, but to be able to be united by the blood of Christ~ And to worship and sing praises, even in a different language, with different songs and different people, really is a pleasant experience.

Found some nice acronyms during the Nick Vujicic interview... here's one that I liked:

Faith: Full Assurance In The Heart


Went to the place I grew up yesterday.... its nice to visit places of childhood memories, even though I can't remember much if anything.

Papar is a district which is on the outskirts of Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia. Its sort of close to the beachside, but apparently the place hasn't really changed much for years.

This place has the best hand made fried noodles I've ever had! Bet I grew up eating this stuff...went there for breakfast yesterday morning and had TWO plates of fried noodles... each plate was totally clean after I had finished with it :) The meat was so fresh and tasty~

Visited our old house too.... sucks because its all fenced up now and the school next door is claiming the land :( so probably last time I see the house.

Roti Canai!

Roti Canai + Egg with curry dip

Roti Tisu ..... 50+cm of roti.... SO BIG!

Saturday, December 06, 2008

A typical afternoon meal in KK

- Soup for Aunt
- Satay, one of the three servings we had.... maybe 50 all up between me and Uncle
- One bowl of Satay sauce each, plus extra bowls after we finished out bowls
- Rice cakes to dip
- Fresh Bread to dip
- Dumplings X 15 (not in picture)

Best lambstick maker in the world....

2 yuan per lambstick..... BARGAIN!
Should import him to Brisbane...

The face of chinese TV

This extra ad is on every 5 minutes!
And apparently all the chinese guys want to marry this girl.....

Friday, November 28, 2008

The Great Wall

Whale and Tan's Beijing tour has been a great great experience. We spent about $10AU each yesterday to visit all those landmarks, and today was the peak of our tour - The Great Wall of China!

Our tour (it was a mandarn guide) cost us $40 AU in total for the day including lunch and all entry fees into tourist spots.

We visited:

1. Ming Tombs

2. The Great Wall of China - Badaling Section

Both were great experiences. Here's some pics of the Great Wall:

Here's how we got up half of the mountain to get to the great wall:

Very sophisticated huh...

Beijing Day 1

Arrived this morning at Beijing!

Here's what we visited today:
-Temple of Heaven
-Olympic Site

-Tianamen Square
-Forbidden City
-Best Duck Restaurant in the WORLD!

-Supermarket to buy 23RMB WATER ($4.60AU)

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Shanghai Day 4 Highlights


I gazed in amazement today at this person's skills...

He has the ability to:
- Ride a motorbike at 50km per hr
- Talk on the phone with one hand
- Smoke with his mouth and his other hand

Run for the lifts:

Been really accustomed to the lift run over the past few days...

Ping has a REALLY REALLY small bladder.

Once I walked into the lift and saw a puddle of yellow liquid next to Ping...

The other time... I spited him by pressing all the level buttons (level 2 til 10) before our level : )

And also seeing him dance around in pain trying to keep it in....

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Shanghai Day 3 Highlights

Best things about Shanghai:

- The food (price and quality)
- Shopping (prices and discounts)
- Ping's house = best accommodation

Crap things:

- Smoking everywhere
- People spitting
- Pollution

Interesting happenings:

- Ping walks to the wrong side of the escalator (and almost on it) TWICE
- Some girl who is on TV every 5 minutes that apparently every shanghai guy wants to marry
- Ping looking at girl's clothes at the shops
- Yet another breakfast for $1 AU (steam buns, dumplings and soy milk)

Tomorrow night:

- Off to Beijing to see the Birdcrap and the Ice Cube

Monday, November 24, 2008

The best breakfast in the world....

Steam Buns and You Tiao (oil sticks) in Shanghai!

Cost: $1

Satisfaction: 100%

Fullness: 100%

Sorry, no pictures.... whale's internet is as slow as his brain :)

Saturday, November 22, 2008


View of Hong Kong from TST at night
Will fighting against Bruce Lee at the Avenue of the Stars. Check out the awesome background!

Wonder why tom is stoned....

Hmmmmm what happened there?

Its my new magic trick!

The awesome foursome in Venice! (Yes, we went to Venice!)

Lost in Hong Kong

Today I went on a totally unplanned and unorganised trip to Hong Kong Island to find some iconic buildings around the city. I never really imagined this small journey to be such an awesome experience....

Had lunch in Mongkok..... then declided to MTR down to Admiral Station, because the closest landmark I could find on my (chinese) HK map was the Bank of China Tower (Has diagonal features going up the building). I managed to find my way out of the station to behold the building a block away from the MTR exit. The buildings in HK are so much more interesting than the stuff in Brisbane. The nightlights are spectacular. I realised (after seeing the IFC close up) that maybe buildings in HK are designed to be gazed specifically at night. The Bank of China Tower doesn't look as spectacular as it does at night, and the IFC looks quite plain and even ugly up close.

After the Bank of China Tower I wandered around a couple more buildings and through a few gardens to stumble across Richard Rogers' Hong Kong Shanghai Bank (HSBC) building. Built in the mid nineties.... and famous for its iconic 'clothes hanger' structural system expressed on the facade, employing columns in tension (instead of in compression) and hung from these 'clothes hanger' elements. Also, the famous undercroft at the ground floor, which we've seen many photoes of, did not dissapoint. The central atrium, even though I could not get up to actually see it, was an amazing sight.

Lastly was the IFC towers. The complex is made up of two towers, one being the tallest tower in the HK skies, and the other a miniature version of the bigger one. This tower has been made famous in Batman: The Dark Knight, where Batman its capturing Lao. The crown of the towers is a claw-like feature which sticks up into the sky. Personally, I like the smaller tower up close. It looks a lot nicer and you can actually see the claw feature from close up, unlike its bigger neighbour.

Anyway, rambled on long enough.... Will talk more about other stuff later :)

What's wrong with Hong Kong?

I've been in Hong Kong for about 5 days, and its been a really good experience. The MTR is by far the best thing the place has to offer. The city is built on a really smart infrastructure that Australia has never seen before. Even though a lot of the buildings are old and crap, and the streets smell and the air is polluted and smoggy, its just amazing to see a city built on an intelligent foundation, and little snippets of the cool techniques which work in this place (like bamboo scaffolding on 40 storey buildings, and the walkway covers on top of curing concrete).

The food in Hong Kong is really and also cheap... we splurged the other day on yum cha and then japanese.... Yum Cha ended up about $10 per person, while the Japanese was about $25...... and we were all full both days.

I didn't come to HK to learn about history, but it was an eye opening experience both at the History Museum and also in Macau visiting the fortress and the various cathedrals.

Lastly, the buildings in HK and Macau are awesome! Been snapping away on my new camera for the last few days :D

Next Post: In China!

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Overseas Trip!

Most of you know that I'm going overseas on Monday for a whole month! If you have any tips or you'll be in those cities when I'm there, please reply to this and I'll either go look into your tips, or try to arrange to meet up with you guys!

Here's my Itinerary:

Monday 17th Nov: Brisbane - Hong Kong
Sunday 23rd Nov: Hong Kong - Shanghai
Tuesday 2nd December: Shanghai - Singapore
Thursday 4th December: Singapore - Kota Kinabalu
Friday 12th December: Kota Kinabalu - Kuala Lumpur
Monday 15th December: Kuala Lumpur - Brisbane

Hope you all have a good holiday and have a great lead up to Christmas :) I'll be back for all the parties!!!

Sunday, November 09, 2008

Perseverence and Trials

Went to the night service, and had a timely reminder and encouragement on my walk with Christ. Thought I would share this wonderful message with you all.

"Consider it pure joy, my brothers, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance. Perseverance must finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything."

Keep persevering. Keep honing your faith in Christ through the many trials and tribulations the world throws at you. Keep holding on to the precious hope of salvation given freely through Jesus Christ.

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Architect's Folio

People think architecture students have it easy. They think its as simple as an arts degree. Some think that we laze around because we don't have any exams or anything. But I reckon architecture students have the most contact hours and do the most late nights out of any other courses. All this hard work usually revolves around this document called a 'folio', or a design portfolio which encompasses the semester's work of design and technical projects.

Our folios usually consist of sheets between A3 and A1 size, and they are posters or drawings which describe our final designs for projects within the semester. The smallest folio I've handed in is probably 26 A3 pages, and the largest one is our most recent one (pictured), which went up to 84 A3 pages. The average A1 folio was approximately 12 A1 pages (equivalent to 48 A3 pages).

Folios are 100% summative, which means our overall grade for the semester is unknown until the results are released, and most of us don't know if we passed of failed until then. However, we get these presentations called critiques, which is when we pin up our drawings and tell a guest architect about our design, and get critical feedback (usually negative) so we can work on our designs more.

Our last folio was the craziest... I spent like a day just to put drawings on a template 84 times, and then another day to print. Luckily I have an A3 printer at home which saves like $5 x 84 of prints (like 420 bucks). The final folio was like..... 2cm thick :S

I'm so happy uni is over until 2010 for me :) no more folios!

Monday, November 03, 2008

Sunday, November 02, 2008

The Economic Downturn and God

As all of you should know by now, the global financial market is on the brink of a recession, with the dollar going down, billions being wiped off the stockmarket every day, and the insecurity and volatility of the financial market in general. People are whinging, stealing, killing, committing suicide, and all sorts of other crazy things, because of its effect on people and their families.

Although money is an important asset and we would probably not be able to survive in the modern world without it... and that the downturn is quite severe and is hurting a lot of people, I don't really know why people are insanely paniccing about this.

First of all, I would like to say that a lot of us are in an infatuation of low prices, that we have forgotten about the bigger picture. People complain about the fuel price, and yes it has gone up a lot, but from day to day... the price probably fluctutates about 20 cents max per litre, and you get a 4 cent discount if you have a voucher. We spend so much time whinging about these prices, when in reality, its only like $2-5 difference per fortnight. We spend lots of time and energy looking for that special deal, more often than not more that we should, with the motivation of what some would label 'greed' or love of money. Sometimes I think that by the time we find that special deal, we have probably paid for the difference in price by the time and effort we have put in. This is not to say that finding something decent priced isn't good. Either way, most of the time, we could have spent our time wiser instead of dwelling on these things.

Secondly, for us christians, I think some of us really need to practice what we preach. God is in control of the world, everything that happens, and yes, that includes this economic downturn. We are not God, and we cannot see what is in store for us in the future, and how its all going to pan out, but we can put our trust in God, our financial security in God, and let Him take care of all that's going on. God doesn't care if your USD went down from 98c to 60c, or if your superannuation investments went up or down. But one thing He does care about is your investment in Him and His Kingdom. During this doom and gloom, can we come to God and tell him that we've added one, two, three or more to His Kingdom? Can we tell Him that we've shared His message and planted the seeds in hundreds of people? Lets invest not on USD, or Rio Tinto, or Barrack Obama.... lets invest in God - He is the sure winner, He will pay you dividends, He will not collapse or go bankrupt... He is our firm foundation, so lets stand up and keep investing in His awesome Kingdom.

Sunday, October 19, 2008


It is probably the worst time to get these symptoms: coughing, runny nose, headache, vomiting, sore throat, aching muscles.

Its week 13, 240% of assignments due in the space of two weeks, and amongst that, an array of various meetings, planning for overseas trip and also employment for next year. Life seemed to be 'hectic' with that alone, then having to deal with a mystery illness... but its weird that I always have this feeling when I get sick.

I just wonder if the timing of sickness is a mere coincidence, especially when God is in control of our lives. So many times, and with hindsight, I can see that the times I get sick always have some message for me. Sometimes it could be God saying "take a break from your busy life Josh" or other times its "you're trusting yourself too much Josh, trust Me instead". But each time it amazes me that God is in control and even if I'm sick or half dead, God will never put something on my plate that I or He can't handle, and He will always lead me through the situation.

While being sick is occurring in arguably the worst time of the semester, I think that this is a timely reminder for me to trust God because He is in control.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Would you sleep in.....

A park bench?

Or a bus stop?

What do you think?

Sunday, September 28, 2008

The Gospel Centred Life

Over the past few weeks, I have constantly been reminded and make aware of this astounding truth that we always seem to neglect or ignore. People get so busy and task oriented; Groups lose focus of the finish line and get caught up in the short term glory; False teachers full of lies infiltrating our society. All of these people, and all of us sometime or another, are blinded so that we can't see the importance of a gospel centred life.

What's so important about having a 'Gospel Centred Life'? This is what sets us apart as christians. We believe that God has already saved us through Jesus, and what we need to do is to put our faith in Jesus. Good works and good morals can get us so far, but the fact is that we're all sinners, and we alone cannot reach holiness without Jesus.

So... we've established that the only thing that can save our lives, for now and eternity, is Jesus, and His gospel of salvation. If Jesus really is the only way to save us, He definitely should be the most important thing in our lives. He should be what we strive for, what we model, what we tell others about and what we live by.

Grasp tightly and never let go of your gospel centred life. Don't let anything or anyone else surpass this way of living. And one day, you will hear "Well done, well done, good and faithful servant....."

Saturday, September 27, 2008

MSN Messenger Stupid Ads

You know those stupid ads that flash up on MSN that irritate you and you hate and think is pointless...

Well... I stumbled upon this ad a few minutes ago. Must say a lot about the lameness and desperation of these people :)

What a waste of money ==

Sunday, September 21, 2008

The Lazy Guard

Ok all you smart cookies! Here's another teaser.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Funny Conversation

A funny conversation about playing board games with church friends :)

(Person B) says:
should 3 player be easier or harder
(Person A) says:
... harder for u...
(Person A) says:
it'll be just you and [Couple A]
(Person A) says:
... but with [Couple B] it’ll be impossible
(Person B) says:
(Person A) says:
u know i’m right
(Person B) says:
[Couple A] aren’t as tight as [Couple B] and [Couple C]
(Person B) says:
[Guy in Couple A] is slightly biased to [Girl in Couple A], [Girl in Couple A] isn’t very biased to [Guy in Couple A]
(Person A) says:
(Person B) says:
i'd rather be stuck with those 2
(Person A) says:
i suppose
(Person B) says:
than any other young couple at church
(Person A) says:
... there are no other "couples"
(Person A) says:
not that were aware of anyway
(Person B) says:
as in in our group anyway
(Person A) says:
(Person B) says:
(Person A) says:
[Guy in Couple A] couldn’t care less about [Girl in Couple A] in games
(Person A) says:
competitively takes over
(Person A) says:
and [Girl in Couple A] realising she’s on her own will start to not help [Guy in Couple A] either.. or just grab his resources (only for settlers though)
(Person B) says:
(Person A) says:
(Person A) says:
1 person against [Couple B] will mean that person will be STUFFFED

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Multiplying Mice

Mice are famous for their ability to multiply at breakneck speeds. The type of mouse we have here gives birth once a month, birthing 3 babies each time. Baby mice mature and can give birth two months after they are born.

You picked up one of these darling baby mice at the pet shop and brought it home the day after it was born. In 10 months from now, how many mice will you have?

The Past Month....

For those who do read my blog, you may have noticed a very quiet past month, and an even quieter year in terms of usually blogging patterns. Well..... I thought I'd do a quick recap of the past month or so, before going back to the extremities of very serious and very stupid blogs!

Batman: The Dark Knight
This movie is up there with one of the best I've seen, and even managed to pull me out twice to watch! Heath Ledger's awesome portrayal of the Joker is definitely the highlight of the movie, and also the movie ends with space for another Batman movie..... so looking forward to that!

The Idea of North
I only realised that I am a big supporter of this acapella group (been to their concert 5 or 6 times!) and also I have somewhat raised a new generation of fangirls for this great acapella quartet. These guys never disappoint, and nothing beats listening to TIoN live.

This year's BLT+ was the biggest so far! We packed out the campsite with a cool 150 young adults keen to learn, read and study from God's Word. It was a timely wake up call for a lot of people to not waste their lives, but to focus on things which really matter. Manuscript discovery was also a timely reminder of reading the bible properly, and also hit me that I'm somewhat no longer a 'freshman' in BLT (been going for 4 years) and that its probably time for me to be encouraging and leading other young people to these events so that they can be equipped and trained to be leaders too!

Arguably, the timing of the Sydney trip was soo bad. The week after included 2 assignments and crazy studying. But I can say now that It was a really worthwhile trip personally in terms of growth, and also forced rest. The trip didn't start off too well, as Jono and I missed the train to the airport, and only arrived at the terminal 5 minutes before boarding time. After we arrived in Sydney, Cindy drove us to Homebush to check out the olympic park and also the place where RICE E1 (RICEFEST) was held. Then we continued the trek to smak's place in northwestern woop woop suburbs. We checked out Macquarrie Shopping Centre, and then went to chinatown in the afternoon, bought takeaway chinese dinner, and went to the RICE Rally Rehearsal. The rehearsal was really great to be part of, and to take it how RICE works in Sydney, and thinking about the good/bad/interesting points and the similarities/differences with RICE Brisbane. Their band, choir, orchestra and dancers were awesome, and it was great to see all the kids involved too!

Friday we bummed around the city all day. Met up with Carson the traitor for lunch, and almost got myself into a bad position, since me and Jono met up with our own friends that day. My mobile ran out of battery, and it was so lucky I jotted down Jono's number like less than 1 minute before my mobile died. Otherwise, I'd be probably still be lost around Sydney! Met up with Jack, Pat, Jan and Warren and had dinner at chinatown (again). We gatecrashed Jan and Warren's apartment, before our mega one hour ride home which involved walking, tram, train and cab, and watching the police take down some random at central station.

Saturday morning was 5:30am start and we bummed around the city and the Entertainment Centre, where RICE Rally was held. During lunch, we were able to sit in on a Mark Driscoll talk on "10 things I wish I knew when I was 25". Will blog about that later. We spent the afternoon helping with the followup packs, and at night we sat in on the RICE Rally. It was amazing! 400 kids, listening to mark Driscoll's (definitely MA15+) talk, and going crazy and having fun at the same time! It was a moving experience to witness and help out in the followup room. Being surrounded by 500 kids who want to learn more about God is just mindblowing.

Sunday was pretty crazy too. Highlight was probably being rejected at the Qantas check-in (He told us we had to wait til the next day, and I had a heart attack), only to be accepted after 5-10 minutes of heated discussion from me and Dora, and compromising by having our check-in luggage on the flight after. As I walked out to the baggage carousels... behold! my suitcase appeared at the front of the line of bags. Note to self - Qantas is crap.

Life is almost back to normal, but a lot of things have changed recently. Hopefully, there will be time to discuss these, but for now.... time to catch up on sleep!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Great Speech on Engineers

If you give an engineer the throne,
And let them do the work alone,
The final result could be rather sad,
To let them manage a design team, is simply mad.

Solving practical problems is why an engineer is paid,
Their results must be trusted and meticulously obeyed,
They know when most steel will bend,
Thanks to a calculator their best friend.

Their accuracy is second to none,
Their profession far from fun,
Practicality is the main theme,
The opposite of a clients dream.

On this slide are examples of their work,
The result of an engineering jerk.
While definitely structurally sound,
They should all be buried under ground.

Right here down below,
I have decided I should show,
The different fields in which they are employed,
The areas where their expertise can be deployed.

While these next four projects are basically great,
They all require an engineer as your best mate.
Alone they would have no hope,
But in a project team well they will cope.

The engineers contribution is quite immense,
Their team involvement very intense,
These projects are all a hit,
Far better than the previous s**t.

So the main moral here,
Is all about the engineer,
Do not make them the boss,
Because all hope will be lost.

Their input can however be gold,
Helping most projects to get sold,
So include them on a good design team,
And the final result could be simply supreme.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

The Downfall of Asian Culture

Over the past weeks something has been going through my mind and even though I haven't had much time to ponder over it, I know I have thought about it previously and I have taken a solid stance on this issue.

This issue is the asian ideals of academic excellence: striving and putting all your efforts in to be top, perfect, or number one.

I've seen so many people in my life waste their lives away in pursuit of that OP1, of that VHA10, or the GPA 7. These people dedicate their entire lives on working hard in their studies, putting academic achievement at the top of their priorities. They want that perfect mark, to sit at the top of the heap, and to confirm their supposed intelligence.

But what's the problem about this? Isn't it good to aim high, to be the best you can be, and to work hard to get the qualifications you need for the high paying job you want? Yes, in essense that's good, but isn't that the problem? Secular life is all about me. I want to be the best. I want the lazy high paying job. I want to confirm my superiority and intelligence.

Is life only about gaining intelligence, or a pursuit of careers? Is life about me? The answer is no. Life is about God, and giving glory to our awesome creator. God doesn't care if you're the smartest person on earth, or if you have the best qualifications or the best job. What He cares about is the service and worship you bring to Him. Yes, some people are gifted and can get good marks without much fuss or hassle. But for all of us, shouldn't we spend our time on things that matter, things that will reap heavenly treasures? Someone recently said "Put your efforts in Jesus, because He is the sure winner". That made me question myself... What is stopping us from putting all our efforts for Jesus? He's the only sure winner in our rollercoaster lives.

Another person I recently talked to put it this way. Why do we put this extra effort into getting those extra marks? For example, we may have 10 contact hours a week for a subject. By studying the whole 10 hours you can get a GPA5. By adding another 5 hours, you get a 6, and another 5 hours, a 7. Are those extra hours really worth the extra marks in eternity? Wouldn't it better using that extra time serving God and sharing the gospel?

Asians in this generation really need to rethink the ideals which have been put upon them by the previous generations. We need to re-evauluate our priorities and focus on what's important and what will really reap the rewards in eternity.

Monday, August 04, 2008

Happening in the past week... in picture format!

Yes, its the 3rd week of uni, and assignments are pouring in. However, managed to have some free time to play pro evolution soccer. This is possibly the best team lineup in the world! Imagine the commentary in this game!! "Kim... passes to Kim... great pass by Kim... Kim's making a ruuun, and its KIM... GOAL TO KIM"

After playing the beautiful game, I went to the local caryard to pick up my new car. Isn't it hot?

Obviously I'm not the one in need of a new car... as seen by Tom's hot yellow space saver tyre after he ran over some police barriers earlier in the morning in his mad dash to church. That's dedication!

Note the white sticker on the tyre "80KM MAX" hahaha good luck!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Things you do on a bus

As we left UQ today on the bus, a certain friend, being his usual self, began to doze off on the bus. He leaned his face onto the window pane, and it was then I looked around, and started thinking about other people that had done the same thing before... It was then that I saw a big blurry spot, about seating head height, on a few of the window panes. Guess what that is? Its the sweat, dirt, bacteria, and all the yucky stuff on your skin and in your hair, transferred and stuck onto the glass. And then the next person who sits in that seats, dozes off, and does the same thing... wiping his face onto the glass and receiving all that crap from the previous dude.

Here are some pics:

After 5 minutes...

Monday, July 21, 2008

Materialistic World...

Recently we had our annual FiGS Camp, and the topic this year was materialism. Materialism is pretty much the desire of wealth and material posessions. This becomes a big issue when this desire overtakes our desire as Christians to serve and learn more about God. Its so easy to know that materialism is an issue, but neglect to open our own eyes and see the materialistic world that is us and around us. We are bombarded with ads on tv, on the internet, and in billboards wherever we go... telling us that we need this, or we should buy that, and its so easy to overlook these subtle temptations.

One of the quick activities we did was to add up the cost of all the clothes, accessories, and things that were on us. The result.... most people have at least $500 of stuff on them... probably up to $1000 with clothes, watch/jewellry, mobile phone, wallet and cash, and whatever other accessories we have.

Materialism, though, isn't just what we have on us, or what we possess. The killer is what is happening in our minds. The question to ask is... is the desire for these objects affecting our walk with Christ? Is the desire or greed for wealth compromising our Christian lives? What are we going to do about our desires for wealth and possessions? Will we let Satan eat away at us, or will we take a stand and surrender our all for God?

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Best Construction Designs Ever

The Winner:

Frontrunner for......

The UGLIEST building in the world.....

Grand Lisboa... Macau.

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Super Smash Brothers

Yesterday I played the long awaited Super Smash Brothers on Wii, and I realised one of the updated characters had a great resemblance to someone I know very well....

. . . . . . .