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Review: Born Is The King nativity play by Laurel Moffatt

By Simone Richardson

My friend’s words jolted me into carols mode. And it’s not all bad. I really do love Christmas. But what should we do this year? Is there any way we can freshen up our services? Is there anything new we can try? So when I saw Laurel Moffatt’s Nativity Carols service, Born Is The King, advertised on Facebook, I was immediately curious. read more

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Evangelistic Passion

True evangelistic passion is rooted in the belief that all these things are true. It not only happened but it all has a special meaning. It means that God has done something to make it possible for us to escape the final judgement and to live with Him forever. He sent His Son to die in our place on the Cross and to bear His judgement as our substitute. The truth of the Gospel will turn us into thinkers, indeed even “schemers”, always thinking of new ways to reach lost people.

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Review: Born Is The King nativity play by Laurel Moffatt

My friend’s words jolted me into carols mode. And it’s not all bad. I really do love Christmas. But what should we do this year? Is there any way we can freshen up our services? Is there anything new we can try? So when I saw Laurel Moffatt’s Nativity Carols service, Born Is The King, advertised on Facebook, I was immediately curious.

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A Time to Plan, A Time to Give?

A generous donor has promised to match every dollar we raise between now, September 15, and December 15, up to a threshold of $65,000. We would love you to partner with us, as we work to see the gospel flourish in Australia as never before.

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