Last week Frank Naea spoke in the Perth CDTS about the Fatherheart of God.

By Friday the class was so changed that many of the students felt as if they were in a boat on the sea of Galilea.


Frank challenged them to trust God, "step out of the boat" and to walk on water.  He had sand spread upon the floor, asked a violinist to play worship music, had background music of wind and waves playing and a slideshow on one wall of a lake.  Art Refuge was invited to paint a mural of the Sea of Galilee during this entire experience.


In this way each one could be fully involved in a powerful time in which God's presence and healing power was made manifest. Many of the students were deeply moved by this; one couple renewed their wedding vows and another couple (who'd been experiencing a lot of turbulence in their relationship) made a fresh commitment to one another.


It is so amazing to see how God is at work in this school through the ministry of Art Refuge and we are enormously grateful.