Dave Pitt speaks on thinking about our workplace as a refinery - a place where God purifies us for his purposes
In February 2016, Kim Gibson learnt she had cancer. Kim shares how she responded to her diagnosis, coming face to face with death and of her greatest need from God and what we all really need from God - forgiveness.
God's wisdom at work
I reckon we’ve all been stuck at some point in our lives. When we don’t know how to move forward, when we aren’t making the impact that we should be, or where our work lives take up more of our time than it ought to - these are all examples of being ‘stuck’.
The Christian Witness to Israel (CWI) is one of the world’s oldest missions, bringing the good news of Jesus to Jewish people. It recently marked its 175th anniversary.
Joseph Steinberg is the new CEO and he will be joining us for two talks on Friday 18 May.
Here is a flyer to forward to your friends.
What do you long for?
Join us at our next Women's Coffee and Croissant breakfast where we'll explore whether Jesus can satisfy our deepest longings.
Invite your friends to come and enjoy some coffee, croissants and hear how Jesus really satisfies.
$5 for a light breakfast. Please register for catering purposes.
Come and hear a short talk from our new city director, Dave Pitt, and have the chance to engage with Q&A and discuss the passage with others who have attended the meeting.
This is an opportunity for Christians to meet and hear from Dave.
Join QTC, City Bible Forum, Ann Street Presbyterian and AFES as we hear from apologist and pastor David Robertson on Communicating Christ in a Post-Christian World.
This event is an excellent opportunity to be further trained in sharing and defending the Christian faith.
Learn more about David at theweeflea.com/about.
Tonight, rugby league kicks off for another year and Brisbane is buzzing. Not because the first game is Brisbane v St George, but because Matt Lodge is running on to Kogarah oval for the first time as prop for Brisbane. Matt is a gifted player. He’s also a player who pleaded guilty for a violent rampage while on holiday in New York. The buzz? Should such a person be allowed to play football professionally? Is this a chance of redemption, or a miscarriage of justice?