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A diverse community of people who need to know Jesus in the inner eastern suburbs of Brisbane
Our South Bank campus meets in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD
A community on the move, our Springfield campus shares the gospel with this growing city within our city.
Having a heart for Jesus means having a heart for the lost. That's why we invest in our 'Vertical Pathway' and our 'Horizontal Pathway'.
I grew up in a Christian home, my dad is an Anglican minister, I often feel like people think I know everything about the Bible. Well I don’t know it all and I enjoy learning new things when I read the Bible. About ten years ago I attended a Simply Christianity course and I was[…]
It has been said that two things are known about Jesus, absolutely beyond historical doubt, whether you’re a Christian or not: that he was crucified in the first century AD, and that he taught in parables. Jesus’ use of parables was a defining and distinctive feature of his teaching ministry. We find Jesus’ parables in[…]
I grew up being a ‘preacher’s kid’ — and I hated the glare of the semi-public eye; the idea that somehow our behaviour was being scrutinized and I hated the idea that anything I did or said was somehow reflecting on my parents and their strategies. My parents were (wisely) super reluctant to add to[…]
Every week there seems to be some media outcry about the fall of a prominent person in our society – be it sports people, politicians, movie stars, musicians. The story comes out of some moral indiscretion, an unacceptable past deed, the consequence of a moment of bad judgement. The mass media, social media, and lunch[…]
Picture a woman. She’s alone in the world; her troubles drive her into relationships that are toxic, with men who take advantage of her for profit. Through a combination of bad choices and toxic relationships she ends up working as a prostitute in her home town. She has no way out and even the money[…]
I heard the gospel on the ABC this morning. The great gospel preacher Billy Graham has died at the age of 99. So they played a grab of him preaching the gospel. So yet again Australians – together with people around the world – in his death as in his life – heard the gospel[…]
On the 4th April 2018 the eyes of the Commonwealth, and even the world, will turn to the Gold Coast as the city plays host to more than six thousand athletes and officials from 70 countries – all arriving to participate in the 21st commonwealth games. The city has been preparing for this event since[…]
Every four years the Winter Olympics shows up on our TVs. And for a couple of weeks Australians get interested in activities very distant from our daily lives. We learn to say ‘luge.’ We have opinions on ski-jump landings. Images of snowboarders, speed-skaters and skiers fill our screens. For all the spectacular competition, I found[…]
Recently, we have probably heard the word ‘jubilee’ used in connection with Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee, a celebration for her sixtieth year as Queen. The use of ‘jubilee’ in this context has little, if anything to do with the biblical idea of Jubilee, except as a marker of a length of time to celebrate; in[…]