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Posted October 8, 2018

When I lived with my grandparents as a child, I loved spending time in their garden. Both my Grampa and Nana were prolific gardeners, creating and maintaining a beautiful rose garden, flowerbeds, fruit trees, orchids and a huge vegetable patch

Posted September 5, 2018

When life turns to chaos and our joy turns to sorrow, does it mean we are no longer in the centre of God’s will?

Posted August 30, 2018

On 2 September we celebrate Father’s Day—defined as ‘a celebration honouring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society’, according to Wikipedia.

Posted July 31, 2018

Recently, the Secular Education Network took a case to the Human Rights Commission, arguing that the Bible in Schools programme promotes Christianity and marginalises every other religion.

Six langauges and forty five ways to connect with God in the everyday.

Posted July 2, 2018

Peter Hennessy grew up in Brazil, as the son of Salvation Army officers—and from a young age learnt that it was all about loving people.

Posted June 18, 2018

When Coralie Bridle resuscitated her own three-month-old son Samuel, she knew their world had changed forever. Ever since, Coralie has been her son’s mouthpiece, helping him tell his own story.

A course to help you support someone making a response at the mercy seat, or any other situation where someone is looking to be prayed for. Includes course materials, powerpoint and a quick reference guide for future use.

Tip sheets for praying in various settings, including:

  • At home, and with our children
  • In corporate gatherings
  • Organising prayer meetings and half-nights of prayer
  • In our ministry groups, small groups and leadership teams
Posted June 12, 2018

Do we all have a calling? And is it possible to miss the call?