Prayer and Predestination A Conversation Between Prayerful and Prayerless (by John Piper) Prayerless: I understand that you believe in the providence of God. Is that right? Prayerful: Yes. Prayerless: Does that mean you believe, like the Heidelberg Catechism says, that nothing comes about by chance but only by God’s design and plan? Prayerful: Yes, […]
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Subject: School chaplaincy abandoned by ACT Government schools Date: 13 March 2019 at 2:13:47 pm AEST Dear Friend, Earlier this week School Chaplaincy ACT received the deeply disappointing news from the ACT Government that it would abandon the school chaplaincy program at the end of 2019. In its place, it will introduce a secular support […]
The Presbyterian Church of Australia has taken a clear stand on “the murder of unborn infants” or abortion. Here is a statement from Rev John Wilson, the Moderator-General of the PCA on this issue. Take a few minutes to read it as it’s important.
Dear Friends, Thank you for your continual partnership with us in prayer. I plan to prepare a newsletter again soon with updates from Weberek but I felt I ought to share a few paragraphs with those of you who I know are specifically praying with us for the growth of God’s Kingdom in Weberek & […]
This is Lauren’s last “Tales from East Timor” and we’ll miss them. It’s a great run-down of many things that have happened in her and through her during her few years in East Timor. So spend a few minutes to read it, but clicking on “read more” below, or on the photo. She writes, “Whether […]
This Arabic Bible study is filling a huge gap in the lives of some of our Arabic speaking friends, from various countries in the Middle East. Mamdouh Ghobrial leads the group, and his experience in the Christian life as well as living in two cultures help him to understand and guide the group in the understanding […]
The Stewarts – 2019 Christmas is not a public holiday in Japan but it was the last day of Term 2. We had lunch with Crystal and then visited Tomoko’s ninety-nine-year-old grandmother to whom Setsuli read the Christmas story in Japanese. On the 26th, Setsuli read the Christmas story in Japanese to her cousins. Pray that […]
Dear friends, Thank you for your prayers. Asha is still not well though a little better, but the first of her final Form 6 exams is on Friday. I’m with Pentecostals of different brands this week back in Masasi. The first day has gone SO well, but tomorrow and Friday comes to the big grace […]