Easter's impact today

Welcome to church on this Easter day! Whether you’re visiting or regular, spiritually seeking or angry with God, a Christian or not sure, I trust that you feel comfortable.

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Ben Allen
Good Friday is Good - Very Good.

I love Easter. Whilst many enjoy the hustle and bustle of Christmas, I personally prefer the quieter period of Easter (perhaps the fact that I have not been to the Show in recent years has coloured my perception!). But I think there is more going on than just this personal experience.

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Raj Gupta
One80 Youth

Thanks to the internet we have limitless choice for entertainment, countless ways to socialise, and constant competition for attention. So why is it that every Friday night, about 25 teenagers and a dozen adults come to this church for youth group?

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Ben Allen
The best news in the world

It was a delight for us as a church to have 24 hours of prayer. God is in control of all things, and it is such a privilege to be able to pray. When I went, it was such a joy to see so many coming and going to pray. 

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Raj Gupta
The Big Promise

Last week was a special week at TAC. It was so encouraging to commission Rachael Stabback and Leesa Vesey as they join us as MTS apprentices.

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Raj Gupta
Launch 2018

Summer has provided many with a great opportunity to take a break, and enjoy the world that God has created. Rest is a good thing – it helps us long toward a new and perfect world of eternal rest.

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Raj Gupta
Wisdom in 2018

Welcome to church today. Perhaps, like me, you are wondering where the summer has gone. Yes, I appreciate that it is still technically summer. What I mean is that the routine of the year is about to kick in (for those who are not already back at work) – and it is easy not to be ready. It is easy to be distracted. It is easy to be reactive, rather than proactive.

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Raj Gupta
What is the church?

It’s easy to think of ‘church’ as the bricks-and-mortar building we meet in – and to be fair this is a church, but if we think this is all church is, we’re missing out. 

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Kate Hamer
Where can wisdom be found?

None of us wants to make foolish choices. But how do we make wise choices in such a complicated, connected culture? As Job 28 asks, ‘Where can wisdom be found?’ 

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Ben Allen
New Year's Resolutions

Lose weight. Exercise more. Learn a new skill. Be more patient. As a new year rolls around, many of us will be thinking through resolutions for the year ahead. What’s your resolution?
 

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Stuart Jansen
What Child Is This

For thousands of years, God had been working. And he promised to work again, but this time in a way that would exceed everything that he had done before. 

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Raj Gupta
Waiting for Christmas

It is interesting to reflect on what Australian’s like to do in the lead up to Christmas. Did you know that a staggering 9 out of 10 Australians like to see nativity scenes, and baby Jesus’ displayed in public places at Christmas time?

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Raj Gupta