• From Jannali to the World

    There are billions of people around the world, who have never heard about Jesus. Our church is deeply committed to doing what we can to see the great news of Jesus go out to all nations. As part of our mission to ‘multiply disciple makers’ we send people to proclaim

  • WHAT IS TRUTH? Speaking the truth of Jesus in a post-truth world

      In 2016, Oxford Dictionary nominated post-truth as the word of year, defining it as an adjective ‘relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief’. Two years later, there are still ‘alternative facts’ and ‘fake

  • Student Testimony

    It can be hard to imagine what it is like to live as a Christian in South-East Asia. This is the testimony of ‘John’ (not his real name), a student at the Bible College where Malcolm works in South-East Asia. He is one of the students we sponsored last year

  • Wisdom About Mum

    I wanted to write a motherhood and apple-pie piece, or perhaps the Australian version, a Mother’s Day and Vegemite spotlight. We have so much to be thankful for in relation to our mothers, and so much to thank God for, for those women who fill the void as spiritual mothers

  • KYCK #3 – 2018

    This weekend we are taking a group of 25 senior high students to the annual KYCK convention at Katoomba. The theme of the weekend is “Out of This World” and the talks will work through the book of 1 Peter. There are 6 sessions during the course of the weekend

  • How should we think well about Jesus?

    Some voices in our culture see the events of Easter merely as a helpful metaphor. One such person is the influential Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson. He wrote in the The Times of London over Easter, ‘The idea that the Saviour is the figure who dies and resurrects is a representation in