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Serving refugees in Sydney

War-torn Syria has left millions of people displaced who are now seeking asylum in neighbouring countries, Europe and Australia. Just recently I met a Syrian family on one of my visits to a home in Sydney…

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Have a heart

Our world is in turmoil: the ongoing crisis in the Middle East; the starvation of children living in extreme poverty; the human trafficking of millions of men, women and children caught up in modern day slavery; and the rate of domestic violence here in Australia.

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Following Jesus in a hostile world: insights from 1 Peter (part three)

Listen to Tom Schreiner’s insights from 1 Peter 3:13-5:1-13 (this is part three of a three part series covering 1 Peter chapters 1 through to 5) as he goes through the meaning of the passages verse by verse.

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Opportunity knocks on 24 August 2016

This month’s opportunities include being an Associate Pastor in Sunnybank, Human Resources Manager in Victoria, Tiler in Russia, and a Bible Teacher in Tanzania.

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Theological education and trusting God

If you were told to leave now to hide indefinitely in the gully of a mountain and wait there to be fed by ravens, would you go? Most of us probably wouldn’t! But that’s exactly what God instructed Elijah to do and he obeyed.

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Getting in the way of people seeing God

What did Jesus mean in Matthew 6:1 when he said, “Be careful not to practice your righteousness in front of others”? Does it contradict what he said in Matthew 5 about letting your “light shine before others”?

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