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Saying goodbye

Pens down, exams are done and the last assignments submitted. So where to now for our graduates? We caught up with Dale Buchanan who recently finished his Bachelor of Ministry. He shares some highlights and reflects on his time at BST over the last three years…

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A long way from India

Growing up in India as a young man in a syncretic Hindu family, it was unlikely that I would have considered Tasmania for my future, let alone being in Christian ministry. Yet today, I am actively involved in church ministry in Launceston and the state coordinator of CMS Tasmania.

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Why aid and development?

It’s sometimes the case that people with good intentions can muck up aid and development simply from misunderstanding the needs. Ross Farley will be lecturing Aid and Development at BST in Semester 2, 2015. Ross Farley shares some of the challenges in aid and development.

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A day in the life of…an international missionary trainer

For the many thousands of families who have served and are serving as missionaries around the world, we all share in some common challenges: raising financial support, navigating the education/homeschooling options for your children, learning the language, adapting to a culture that is so different to your own, leaving family and friends behind, securing visas and learning how to work in team ministry with complete strangers!

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A day in the life of….a mission coordinator

Over the past 15 months I have been blessed to be a part of ENGAGE International. It was not long after a cross-cultural field education trip (as part of my Bachelor of Theology) in 2012 that God opened the door for me to become a part of the ministry.

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Alumna returns to teach at BST

My association with BST began in 1995 when it was still Bible College of Queensland and I completed a bridging course to gain entrance into the Master of Arts program. Former Prophets was one of my subjects and I studied under Dr Ken Newton. I fell in love with 1st and 2nd Samuel during that…

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A day in the life of…a youth and worship pastor

It’s been seven months since I finished my BMin at BST. Today I’m the Youth and Worship Pastor at St Stephens Coorparoo.

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The Jungle Doctor and my love for Africa

Dr Andrew Wright is not your ordinary GP. When you walk into his clinic, you immediately get a sense that there’s something different about the place. A sense of community, humility, love and sincerity in the way the practice is run. Just like many other doctors his daily schedule is jam-packed with appointments…

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A new wave of evangelism…online

A group of passionate and tech-saavy Christians from CVC Network, have embraced the world wide web as an opportunity to evangelise. The YesHeis.com project has a mission to promote and share the Good News in major languages all around the world, using an online mode of delivery including an app compatible with smartphones.

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The sacrifices of yesterday become the ashes of today

The sacrifices of yesterday become the ashes of today and need to be removed so today’s fire is not extinguished and living sacrifices can be offered to the Lord (Deut 6:1-4; Rom 12:1-2). CT Studd had it right when he said, “if Jesus Christ be God and died for me then no sacrifice can be too great for me to make for Him.”

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