Posts from 2020

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whatever is best for the team

by anonymous

Dear friends, For basketball fans, I heard  that Lebron James, the world’s best player, has said to his coach that he will play any role the coach wants this year – he’ll do “whatever is best for the team”.   That’s easy to say but much harder to do.    Would you be willing to pray to our […]

Post for 13th December

by anonymous

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Post for October 18

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What’s it mean to be church? Will we still have 4 Sunday services?

by anonymous

What’s it mean to be church?Coronavirus and the shut down of churches has raised this question again. The word “church” In the NT wasn’t a religious word. Ecclesia simply meant “gathering” and this has always been at the heart of church. A church that doesn’t meet or gather is an oxymoron. Ultimate church is found […]

Post for 21st June, 2020

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Update from David Mansfield on Lord Howe Island

by anonymous

Update from David Mansfield on Lord Howe Island A good number of you have been sending emails, messages and  ringing up to see how I survived the storm. So I thought I’d give you a quick update. It was a hairy night. Little sleep as the wind and rain swept though, trees fell and things […]

A Rare Opportunity To Hear Dr Andrew Browning

by anonymous

A Rare Opportunity To Hear Dr Andrew Browning making an extraordinary difference world wide. Dr Andrew Browning is one of the great ones in modern Australian mission history.  A convinced and committed Evangelical Christian, one of the top fistula surgeons in the world, chairing a world panel on this life changing surgery.  Trained with Dr […]

Australia Day Confusion and the first Chaplain Richard Johnson

by anonymous

Confusion seems to reign over why 26th January was the date for Australia Day (setting aside the issue of whether a better date could be chosen out of respect for the feelings of our indigenous brethren).  Was it the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook as some claimed, or the date when the first people were […]