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Hindering Little Children

In my New Testament class a few weeks ago, we reached chapter 9 of Mark’s Gospel, where Jesus gave an indication of the importance and value he placed on children. It was counter-cultural in his day and confronting for us today. 36 He took a little child whom he placed among them. Taking the child…

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Opportunity knocks on 2 May 2018

This month’s opportunities include being a Pastor on the Sunshine Coast, General Handyman in Tanzania, Administrative Coordinator in London, and an Outdoor Educator in Burleigh.

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Refuge in the overwhelm

To the onlooker, theological education might look like a season of sitting still, reading books, and long lunches – a time of relative ease. Beneath the surface though, deep and seismic changes are often afoot. This can also be a time of rapid growth, with all the joy and the pain that rapid growth entails.…

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In this Chapel message, Richard preaches on the theme “Raised” from John 20:1-18. In this passage, Richard describes the real dawning of the transformation of the universe. The unbearable absence of Jesus has ended and we have come into a new age; the age of adoption. It’s the age of being welcomed into God’s family.…

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In this chapel message, Buried, Richard Gibson preaches from the passage of John 19:28-42. He examines verse 30 when Jesus says,  “It is finished”, asking is such a declaration a little premature? Jesus hadn’t died yet, he hasn’t risen from the dead and there was no sign of victory over death. So what was Jesus…

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Taking apologetics to our universities

We caught up for a quick chat with Michael Beardsley, a current Master of Divinity student, after the recent Apologetics MA intensive with Mike Bird, to find out a little more about Michael and what he got out of the intensive. Michael previously completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science and came to Christ through Power…

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