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Opportunity knocks on 2 May 2018

This month’s opportunities include being a Pastor on the Sunshine Coast, General Handyman in Tanzania, Administrative Coordinator in London, and an Outdoor Educator in Burleigh.

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Refuge in the overwhelm

To the onlooker, theological education might look like a season of sitting still, reading books, and long lunches – a time of relative ease. Beneath the surface though, deep and seismic changes are often afoot. This can also be a time of rapid growth, with all the joy and the pain that rapid growth entails.…

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Raised

In the last message of this Chapel series, “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world”, Richard preaches on the theme “Raised” from John 20:1-18. In this passage, Richard describes the real dawning of the transformation of the universe. The unbearable absence of Jesus has ended and we have come…

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Buried

In this chapel message, Buried, Richard Gibson preaches from the passage of John 19:28-42. He examines verse 30 when Jesus says,  “It is finished”, asking is such a declaration a little premature? Jesus hadn’t died yet, he hasn’t risen from the dead and there was no sign of victory over death. So what was Jesus…

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Taking apologetics to our universities

We caught up for a quick chat with Michael Beardsley, a current Master of Divinity student, after the recent Apologetics MA intensive with Mike Bird, to find out a little more about Michael and what he got out of the intensive. Michael previously completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science and came to Christ through Power…

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Opportunity knocks on 20 March 2018

This month’s opportunities include being a Broadcast Engineer in Brisbane, a School Community Chaplain in Toowoomba and a Sports Camps Facilitator in Central Asia.

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