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Redeemed with great acts of judgment

Judgment in its full and final sense leads us to the doctrine of hell. In Exodus, there is a lot of judgment taking place. What can we learn from what took place in Exodus?

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Allied health and lightbulb moments

What does crocheting, physiotherapy and Bible college have in common? Not much for most people, but for one of our BST students in her mid-20s, they are the very things she loves to pour her time and effort into doing. We caught up with K to find out a little more about what she does…

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How do I read the Bible?

At some point in our Christian lives we have been told that one of the best things we can do is to read the Bible. However, the assumption that we often make is that because we can read, then we are equipped to read the Bible. That will only get us so far.

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New book released: Contextualization of the Gospel

Rev Dr Andrew Prince’s book, ‘Contextualization of the Gospel: Towards an Evangelical Approach in the Light of Scripture and the Church Fathers’, is now available.

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Contextualisation of the gospel

On Thursday, 4 May 2017 our Director of the Centre for Asian Christianity and Head of Ministry and Practice, Rev Dr Andrew Prince was awarded his Doctor of Philosophy at the Australian Catholic University graduation ceremony.

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Opportunity knocks on 26 April 2017

This month’s opportunities include being an Associate Director in Brisbane, Chaplain in Glebe, Dentist in China, and an English Teacher in Mozambique.

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Ministry in the Philippines

The Philippines is a beautiful country of contrasts from high-density urban sprawl communities to the open spaces in the provincial centres. It’s an archipelago of more than 7,000 islands and a population of 103 million people with 13 million living in metropolitan Manila. BST student Phillip Gray recently visited for ministry. Read on to find out what he experienced.

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Caring for people in Asia

When providing pastoral care in any context, people require a lot of your time and attention. Amongst Asians, there is an expectation that the pastor will be available at any time of day or night to be there for members of the church and their families. In many cases, it’s also expected that the pastor and the pastor’s spouse provide pastoral care together.

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The life changing coming of the Spirit

In his book Becoming Global, Bruce Dipple made a provocative statement that if the Holy Spirit was removed from our churches, then 95 per cent of the activity would still go on. What place does the Holy Spirit have in your church? In your own life?

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Centre for Asian Christianity launched

On Saturday, July 23 BST launched its new Centre for Asian Christianity with more than 130 people in attendance at the BST missions conference.

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