Forever After Solo Art Exhibition

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March - August 2008

Invitation to a solo Exhibition called Forever After by Jennifer Phillips in the Australian Cathlolic University Signadou gallery.
Exhibition extended untill August. Some images continued on as a semi permanent display.

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The following 2 photos were taken by Lulu Respall-Turner

Photo of jennifer Phillips and Dr. Carolyn Broadbent taken by Lulu   jennifer Phillips taken by Lulu

The events of that first Easter have enabled us to have a happy forever after ending to our lives. The fairy tale ending is the reality that Jesus offers us for the ‘forever after’ – eternity. It came with a price – pain for gain. God’s territory in our lives was paid for in blood - His death for our freedom. We can have the Helping Hand, the Bread of Life, the Living Water and thirst no more. Forever After is ours for the asking. Easter marks the beginning of our eternity, our forever after story.

 



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