BST blog

Mike Thompson joins BST faculty

When BST was on the search for a new lecturer to teach Theology and Christian Thought, we did not envision a six foot four All Blacks supporter, who is a published author, self-confessed denominational hybrid and likes to jam on his guitar to Blues music.

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Opportunity knocks on 1 November 2017

This month’s opportunities include being a Missional Pastor on the Gold Coast, Pastor in Newtown, NSW, Doctor in Uganda, and a Cafe Worker in Portugal.

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What does holiness look like for Christians?

Holiness is one of those words that often gets misunderstood. Many Christians have an incomplete or misguided view of holiness. For some, the word conjures thoughts of rigid obedience, self-effort, and even failure and condemnation.

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Alan leaves for New Zealand

BST has been blessed with remarkable men and women who have devoted their skills and gifts to our ministry of training students to know God’s word so that they can take it to the world. Dr Alan Stanley is no exception.

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Opportunity knocks on 26 September 2017

This month’s opportunities include being a Youth Ministry Leader in Coorparoo, Associate Pastor in Kawana, Teacher in Egypt, and a Linguist in the Philippines.

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Stewards of God’s grace: focused

We’ve been entrusted with God’s grace. But first and foremost, we’ve been shown God’s grace. What does it mean to be entrusted with God’s grace; to be stewards of God’s grace? This was the focus of our Bible talks at the recent 2017 BST Camp. This first talk by Rev Dr Richard Gibson is on…

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