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Serving in ministry

Our students come from different backgrounds and are as young as 17 up to 73.

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Helping to build the church through theological education

In every cartoon story of Road Runner, Wily Coyote uses bombs to stop him – but Road Runner just keeps popping up and makes it to the end! Yay! In 1975 the Whitlam Government was intent on passing a bill requiring all RE teachers in high schools to have theological degrees. This would have effectively…

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The righteous judgment of God

John Coulson is set to publish his book The Righteous Judgment of God, due for release by Wipf and Stock late in 2016.

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Postcard from Nepal

I have never been overseas and didn’t imagine that my first trip would be to the Himalayas. As I was studying at BST in 2015, I was thinking and praying about missions. My New Testament Lecturer Dr Alan Stanley approached me early last year and asked if I would like to travel with him to Sri Lanka.

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LMI Christian exposure in politics

Debates, politics, and exploring the influence of Christianity on policy development is not exactly everyone’s cup of tea. But for me, I thrived on the opportunity to experience all of that as part of a fourteen-week internship with the Lachlan Macquarie Institute (LMI) in 2015.

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Alumna celebrates 60th anniversary

BST graduate, Valda Langton, celebrated 60 years since graduating from the college in 1955. We had the opportunity to honour Valda at our Celebration Dinner on Wednesday, 18th November 2015.

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Fuel your dependence on God

When he’s not renovating units, managing our residential property, mowing lawns, leading music at his church, hosting guests, and juggling a household with four children under the age of fifteen, you’ll find Jonny Lush in lecture rooms chipping away at his Diploma of Theology.

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Why Japan?

As Helen and I began to seriously think about getting married, we were considering and praying about what kind of ministry we might be able to do and where we could serve together. We both studied Japanese so Japan became an obvious point of common connection to explore.

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Christian leaders fired for things they did not do

A Christian mission recently fired eight of its leaders for things they did not do. Mission organisations do not use the word “fired”, they said “terminated from active membership” but it means the same thing. These events make compelling reading for current or aspiring Christian leaders.

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Anglican ordination and praying grandmas

When my wife Debbie and I met and married almost 33 years ago in an AOG church, the one thing we agreed before marriage was to be missionaries. For me, the call to follow Christ has always been a call to service, a service to others.

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