3 Reasons Bieber is Better at Sharing Jesus Than You

By: yesHEis

Okay, okay, we’ll be honest: that title is pure click-bait. There is no competition when it comes to personal faith in Jesus, nor is there a ranking system to how you live-out or share your faith, but there are always opportunities to learn and grow, and we could take a few notes from Justin Bieber.

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Fear Not

By: yesheis

In a relationship with Jesus we can have many life-changing experiences, but there are voices and opinions that say it’s not cool to talk about it. Whether something is said or merely implied, many Christians end up feeling afraid to tell people about Jesus and stop sharing altogether.

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FRONTIER Training.

FRONTIER is a local church mission leadership initiative, offering a Diploma in Ministry or a Graduate Diploma of Divinity, focussing on the application and practice of theology from a missional perspective within the local church. In partnership with Melbourne School of Theology, FRONTIER is offered through their Albury, NSW, St Luke’s Lutheran church campus. Participants … Read more

People Need Real Not Expert

By: yesHeis

When you think of talking to friends or acquaintances about Jesus and faith, do you feel burdened by the fear of not having the “right” answers to the questions people may have?

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3 Reasons to Buy Coffee for Strangers

By: yesHeis

Apple, Starbucks and Harley Davidson, each have done everything they can to understand the wants and needs of their customers, while delivering solutions to those needs at interactive and human levels.

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3 Ways to Open the Door to Conversation

By: yesHeis

Let’s be honest, we’ve all had that awkward moment… You feel a really witty comment jump out of your mouth, you expect it to fly through the air to the sound of laughter, instead, it crashes and burns in silence. It didn’t hit the comedic mark…

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Local Manly Pastor says the African Church is Thriving

By: Laura Bennett

This week Manly Life Church Pastor Tim Gionvanelli will take a team of four to see the work of African Enterprise in Kenya. Visiting some their development work in the slums, an orphanage school, and learning about their Foxfires gap year program, Tim believes the team will be encouraged by what they encounter in Africa.

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