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An Australian, Reformed, Evangelical Ministry
An Australian, Reformed, Evangelical Ministry

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"I hate domestic abuse. Moving to where I currently minister has exposed me to it in a way I would not have even imagined before. It’s also made me realise what was most likely going on behind closed doors in far more privileged places I have lived before."

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What's in a name?

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With the unfortunate absence of Kate, the other hosts David, Kamal, and Brett discuss what theological liberalism looks like, particularly in light of Matthew 25:24-30, and then turn their attention to look at who the 'everyone' is in 2 Peter 3:9.

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"Our churches must follow in the footsteps of our Lord Jesus Christ, who cared for the abused and condemned the actions of the abusers." - http://thnkngof.gd/2vqD8Pc

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Women are increasingly turning to resources outside the church for wisdom and discipleship.- Laura Haines http://thinkingofgod.org/?p=14486

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“The Zookeeper” written by Naomi Reed and illustrated by Stephen Reed, is a delightful allegory of the Bible. http://thinkingofgod.org/?p=14482

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"This is the responsibility of all Christians, everywhere, at all times. At all times, we must be sitting under the authority of the Scriptures, faithfully defending against the attacks of the devil, living out our salvation in prayerful submission to God. No change, no compromise. The stakes are dire."

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Why does singing in church sometimes feel unengaged, flat and a bit ritualistic? Ami Philips explores at ToG. http://thnkngof.gd/2u9hK2u

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"I don’t think many of us need persuading that God is patient and merciful, indeed long-suffering with us; slow to anger (Exod. 34:6) but the question here in v9 is who exactly are the “anyone” and “everyone” referred to here?"

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"At no point is Christian faith more relevant, or more pointed, than at the moment when we must deal with death, and there is no point pretending that it is not easy to find ourselves ‘faint-hearted’ in the face of life about to end."
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