BST blog

Alumna celebrates 60th anniversary

BST graduate, Valda Langton, celebrated 60 years since graduating from the college in 1955. We had the opportunity to honour Valda at our Celebration Dinner on Wednesday, 18th November 2015.

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Writing tips for students

Writing assignments can be scary, confusing and frustrating. Even more so if it’s been a while since you’ve had to write an essay. You’re not alone in this as many struggle with written work. It could be that English is your second language and writing in English doesn’t come as easily.

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Opportunity knocks on 05/01/2016

This week’s opportunities include being a Bible Teacher in the Northern Territory, Children’s Ministry Leader in Mt Gravatt, Senior Pastor in Sydney, and an Aerobics Instructor in the Middle East…

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Fuel your dependence on God

When he’s not renovating units, managing our residential property, mowing lawns, leading music at his church, hosting guests, and juggling a household with four children under the age of fifteen, you’ll find Jonny Lush in lecture rooms chipping away at his Diploma of Theology.

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Christ became poor so that we might become rich

For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you through his poverty might become rich. (2 Corinthians 8:9)

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Why Japan?

As Helen and I began to seriously think about getting married, we were considering and praying about what kind of ministry we might be able to do and where we could serve together. We both studied Japanese so Japan became an obvious point of common connection to explore.

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