• 10 things I love about the Church Working Bee

    I like spring. I like the flowers, the warmer weather, the football finals – and believe it or not – the church working bee. Last Saturday around 65 people of all ages spent the morning working together on jobs around our church property. Here are 10 things that I love

  • FUSE CAMP 2018

    Last weekend 57 students in years 6-8 joined us for our annual FUSE Camp. During the weekend we had a Where’s Wally theme with campers trying to rescue Wally after he had been taken hostage by a team of Fake Wally’s. Dan Clark took us through the opening chapters of

  • The Overhalls in Chile

    Chris and Stef – with their kids Eliot, Theo and Nate – have been in Chile now for almost 8 months.  In that time, they’ve experienced many new things, including school for the kids, new food and learning to function in another language. They spent the first six months settling

  • DO THE RIGHT THING

    Back in the 80s, there was an extremely powerful ad campaign that sang words like: Out in the scrub, don’t be a grub, keep our parks clean. Do the right thing. Do the right thing. Do the right thing. Most of us have been blessed incredibly and there are many

  • In Another World – Part III

    The parents of today’s high school students are doing it tough when it comes to raising their children in a cyber saturated world. These parents are the last generation to complete their education without the internet. However, they are parenting the first generation who will have completed their education with

  • CMS SUMMER SCHOOL – 5-11 JANUARY, 2019

    “You want me to go to “school” in summer?? Why would I do that?!” Summer School is an annual CMS conference in Katoomba, aiming to encourage, educate and support missionaries, and supporters alike, in their Christian life. Each day has talks and missionary sessions in the morning. Afternoons are free

  • Show Family Affection

    There are many ways to love someone, including making them a meal. * A woman has just lost her father. She is trying to organise a funeral and comfort the rest of the family through their grief.  An extra homecooked meal for the next couple weeks would be greatly appreciated.

  • Starting the Christian Life

    Things are at their most vulnerable when they have just been born:  a new baby, a tiny chick just hatched, a fragile shoot emerging from the ground, etc.  We give new life special care and nourishment to help it become established.  This is also true in the Christian life. Do

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