Unless we understand that fasting is an act of worship, it can develop into an attempt to manipulate God.  Noting Dr Elmer Towns, “Even if we wanted to, we could not manipulate God. We fast and pray for results, but …

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There are a lot of challenges that affect Cambodia’s food security. Change in average temperature, timing of rainfall, and unpredictable weather mean that fisheries, livestock, and crop production struggle. Because there’s no national irrigation system, communities located just kilometres from …

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A Visit from Old Friends Robert Mattke followed Leo Cox as Kingsley College principal in 1953. While Robert, Jeanette and their daughter Sharon lived and worked at the college their second daughter Beth was born. This week at the College …

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When we watch a relay race and the runners near the place to change the baton over, we can find ourselves with a catch of breath, a pause…..Is it going to be smooth?  Will they drop it? How will they …

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Over recent years my ministry mindset has shifted from addition to multiplication – has yours?  There is a lot to talk about in the Wesleyan Church concerning this shift we must be making now.  Let’s start the conversation now, not in 10 …

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There is a well-known Chinese proverb “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.” Investing in people or a community  and providing them with …

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The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; Psalms 24:1 (NIV) In theory, we as Christians should know that all we have is the Lord’s and that we are stewards of the time …

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The work of Woorabinda began because God was moving.  Prayer had begun after the District Conference of 2010 with thoughts of beginning a work in Rockhampton, but a Macedonian cry from Woori led to the beginning of the work there …

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Our semester one, 2018 has drawn to a close, and it has been another excellent semester of training. Once again, ministerial candidates and lay people have studied together and grown in friendship with one another and confidence for ministry. We …

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Over the past 4 years, we at the Gympie Wesleyan Methodist Church have been working towards a future building program that will assist in fulfilling a vision that was laid before the congregation in 2002. This has not been an …

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