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Euthanasia Bill Submissions required immediately

20 August 2014

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What’s Lent got to do with it?

3 March 2014

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9 December 2013

How thankful I am to know that God is sovereign in all things, and He is always good! Over the past 2 weeks, I have sat down with 2 of our staff members, and with tears heard of their decisions to move on from their roles on staff team. Neither of these conversations were anticipated, both were a shock, and yet both were soaked in mutual respect and appreciation... read more

5 resources from around the web to spur you on

3 December 2013

Christians with same-sex attraction, Jesus in our adversities, modesty matters, personal evangelism and Derrick - a story of God's grace. read more

28 November 2013

Thank you to all who attended the 2014 Vision Nights this week – your presence was an encouragement to many. I am excited to see what God will do in our church over the coming years. I wanted to briefly summarize what was presented... read more

5 resources from around the web to spur you on

27 November 2013

Holding your tongue, a simple question, advent readings, tips for spiritual growth, and stay at home mums. read more

26 November 2013

Two important and exciting pieces of news read more

16 November 2013

John Best looks back on encouragements from the year. read more

Generous Christians: George Peabody

13 November 2013

George Peabody (1795-1869) was an American-British entrepreneur who felt that riches were a gift from heaven to be used for the good of the world and not to be laid away. He founded the Peabody Trust in Britain and the Peabody Institute in Baltimore, and was responsible for many other charitable initiatives. The Peabody Trust continues to this day and houses 50,000 people across London. read more

Generous Christians: John Thornton

13 November 2013

John Thornton (1720-1790) was a wealthy banker and Christian philanthropist. He invested heavily in the Russian and Baltic trade and acquired wealth that he donated to Christian ministry causes. read more