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Rev Dr Bruce Pass joins BST Faculty

We’re excited to welcome Bruce Pass and his family to the BST community. Bruce recently completed the requirements for a doctorate from Edinburgh University, with his thesis entitled: ‘The Heart of Dogmatics’: the place and purpose of Christology in the theological method of Herman Bavinck. Before doctoral studies, Bruce pastored a church plant in the north of…

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Opportunity knocks on 31 January 2019

This month’s opportunities include being a Worship Director in Carrara, an Executive Assistant in Kenmore and an International Communications Coordinator in Singapore.

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That time of year again: the cicadas are about to sing

He was speechless. I’d asked Mat what his four years at college had meant to him. He couldn’t answer. He choked up. The tears formed. His grief at the prospect of leaving BST could not have been more eloquent. Somehow he managed to testify to the way his life had been transformed in his time…

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God owes you no favours

C.T. Studd is a legend in cross-cultural evangelism. C.T. Studd is a superstar of mission. Born in England in 1860, into a family of wealth and privilege. Educated at Eton and Cambridge. A rising star of English cricket. In fact played in the 1882 match won by Australia, which was the origin of “The Ashes”.…

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Opportunity knocks on 5 November 2018

This month’s opportunities include being a Pastor in Kawana, a Community Development Coordinator in Brisbane and a Designer/Marketing Consultant in Bangladesh.

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A Gospel-Shaped Legacy

At our recent 75th anniversary thanksgiving service, Pastor Daniel Bassett (class of 2014), challenged us to think about the legacy we will leave behind. Preaching from Acts 20:17-27, he described how the Apostle Paul called to himself the Ephesian elders to establish his legacy and that as we read the passage, we see that Paul…

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