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What have I got myself into?

What have I got myself into? In the first Chapel commencement service of 2018, Richard Gibson spoke from Titus 1:1-4 and posed this very question. As we celebrate BST’s 75th anniversary this year, Richard takes us on a journey through the story of Paul and Titus to get real perspective of who we are, what…

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Principles of Christian Counselling

As part of our new unit offerings for 2018, BST is delighted to welcome Dr Carolyn Russell and Mrs Inga Hart who will co-teach Principles of Christian Counselling in Semester 1 (an intensive that will be split over five days, Monday to Wednesday, 26-28 February and Thursday to Friday, 30 May- 1 June).

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If the number of books that have been written about prayer is anything to go by, the experience and practice of prayer among Christians varies significantly. There are Christians who find prayer a natural thing for them to do and simply love to pray.

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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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