We overcome by the blood of the lamb and the power of our testimony (Rev 12:11). We pray that our stories of transformation will encourage and energise you in your transformation journey with Christ; individually and in your spheres of influence.
The Pathways Program, an Indigenous-led initiative, enables like-minded young leaders to connect with one another and provide support and friendship, while also receiving valuable mentoring from Christian Elders.
Fresh Hope Care’s annual Excellence Awards were celebrated via Zoom on Friday 29 October 2021. The awards are usually held at a venue with employees travelling from across the state to be together, but for a second year in a row the event was successfully celebrated virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions.
A healthy church understands that we need to attend to not only spiritual needs within a faith community but also emotional, mental and even physical needs. We care for the well-being and development of the whole person.
Is it worth the effort? This is the question we asked experienced Special Religious Education (SRE) teachers and providers. Their answers will inspire you and give you some practical tips in developing a fruitful SRE ministry.
The ICU team at Bathurst Hospital is one of the teams who have been gifted with a hamper from Bathurst Church of Christ.
With the many planned events and rallies being impacted by the pandemic over the past two years, an exciting opportunity was afforded to our youth this year with DRASTIC Camp being hosted online.
Your Gift of a Goat can give a bright future, full of hope, to vulnerable children in Marial Baai.
Book Review: Being The Bad Guys: How to Live for Jesus in a World That Says You Shouldn’t By Stephen McAlipine
“This book is a wake-up call for Christians in Australia.” Read Tanwin Tanoto’s latest review on Stephen McAlpine’s book.
We asked some of the frontline workers from across our movement to reflect on the impact of this season on their work. We are so grateful to the paramedics, nurses, doctors, and chaplains who offer their service in this challenging season and in particular those who offer it as a response to Jesus’ love in their own lives.
What do we do as men, partners, husbands, fathers do when our heads get out of sorts? Escape it? Numb it? Ignore it? Easy to do, ey!? Or is there a more resourceful way forward? I’d like to think so, even though I often get it wrong.
David Mansell, a key Churches of Christ figure in NSW and Queensland, passed away in September 2021.
Obedience at the heart of missionary service for Brendan and Shannon.
“The pandemic has shaken people – turned their lives upside down and unsettled them and their families in new and deeper ways.” Andrew Moreton, GP and elder at Dubbo Church of Christ shares the journey of being sustained through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 99-year legacy of Burwood Church of Christ’s (BCOC) local multicultural ministry is carrying on through The Chapel Sydney’s Burwood plant this year.
An invitation for Fresh Hope leaders to come ‘Together at the Table’ to discuss and unearth our movement’s DNA together is at the heart of Collective 2021. Our online Collective gathering on the 5 November will launch the 12-month conversational process and will continue with regionally focused gatherings in the first half of 2022.
For our future generations, this historical moment hasn’t just been something to live through; it’s been something that will define their coming of age. For the emerging generations, this will define their worldview, culture, lifestyle and engagement with the gospel unlike any other generation.
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