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Mission-focused Synod wraps for 2014

Mission-focused Synod wraps for 2014

Sunday 26 October, 2014 · Posted by Peter Neal · 0 Comments

“Synod is one of clearest ways in which we see the ‘us-ness’ of the Sydney Diocese,” so said Bishop Rob Forsyth at the close of its latest session. Synod involves representatives from every parish in the Diocese meeting to debate and resolve how to see Christ honoured as Lord and Saviour. It’s the exact opposite of secular politics as matters of eternal (and trivial) significance are debated with passion, love and humour under the fair and sometimes deadpan leadership of our Archbishop.

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TAC News, 26 October 2014

TAC News, 26 October 2014

Sunday 26 October, 2014 · Posted by Editor · 0 Comments

TAC Church News for 26 October 2014.

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Event

The Bible Explained

The Bible Explained

Monday 20 October, 2014 · Posted by Brian Rennie · 0 Comments

Understand God's Word, Enjoy God's Word, Be transformed by God's Word

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Gazing into the Future

Gazing into the Future

Sunday 19 October, 2014 · Posted by Raj Gupta · 0 Comments

Our world is changing faster than ever before.  One measure I heard suggested that the pace of change is roughly doubling every two years now. We are all too familiar with the many drawbacks of change. 

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TAC News, 19 October 2014

TAC News, 19 October 2014

Sunday 19 October, 2014 · Posted by Editor · 0 Comments

TAC Church News for 19 October 2014.

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Vision Month Begins

Vision Month Begins

Sunday 12 October, 2014 · Posted by Raj Gupta · 0 Comments

Today marks the start of Vision Month. It is about far more than one day. It is centred around the Gospel of Jesus, the one who God sent into this world to die and rise from the dead. From today, we will looking at various parts of the Bible that talk about our purpose in the world, what God is doing in the world, and how God invites us to use the abilities and resources that he has given us. Actually, it is more than an invitation to those who trust in Jesus. God has saved us at great cost to himself. Inspired by Jesus sacrificial example to us, we are challenged to live for him. 

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