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Mission exposure in East Asia

Our team of students, led by a member of faculty, will spend two weeks in East Asia visiting churches, engaging in ministry to university students, and connecting with foreign gospel workers who serve in various capacities, including: rural development, education, Christian counselling, business and medical work, and tent-making ministries.

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3 reasons why cross-cultural mission is hard

What started out as short trips turned into me spending more than four years serving in Cambodia. The burden to go was placed heavily on my heart. I didn’t go with a mission organisation which meant that the member care support that many agencies offer was not available to me. I learned so much from my time in Cambodia as I faced the reality that cross-cultural mission is hard.

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Holy and blameless

When it comes to Christian living, what are some of the things that you would consider to be most important? What does the Bible say about what we should focus on?

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Quenching and testing

What does it mean to quench the Holy Spirit? What is a prophecy? Listen to our recent Chapel sermon on 1 Thessalonians 5:19-22.

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Christian vital signs

Paul gives us three vital signs that indicate the health of our relationship with God. Each of these vital signs point to the reality that we need to be dependant on God.

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Opportunity knocks on 24/02/2016

This month’s opportunities include being a Pilot in Arnhem Land, Chaplain in Brisbane, Youth Pastor in Victoria, and a Teacher in Asia.

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