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Bourke Breakthrough after National Day of Prayer & Fasting 2017

ndopf 2017 (2) See this inspirational video on what God has done in Bourke, Australia!

Local Church Prayer Relay Leads to Community Transformation

Jason HUbbard Many of you will remember Jason Hubbard from our national Aussie tour in November 2016. Dr Jason Hubbard and The Light of the World Prayer Center has initiated a local church prayer strategy in Bellingham, Whatcom County, USA, that is impacting the world. Local churches host a Day2Pray once a month every month  – so just 31 local churches can cover their region in continuous night … Continue reading

How Healthy Is Your Local Church?

australian-family-values The Natural Church Development (NCD) survey measures the health and vitality of local churches. How healthy is your church? Would you like to grow a vitally healthy church? What’s the healthiest local church in Australia based on the NCDs 8 key indicators for church growth and vitality? It could be C3 Church Jervis Bay, in NSW! This local church was rated as the number one church in the … Continue reading

Shift the Nation 31 Oct-12 Nov 2017

STN_Logo_jpg “SHIFT THE NATION” – ENTHRONING JESUS CHRIST AS KING OVER AUSTRALIA  Invitation you to join in corporate prayer and stand in unity     “Shift the Nation         Let us enthrone Jesus as King over our nation    His Government     You are invited to a Zoom Prayer meeting every day at 7am AEDT (Sydney, Melbourne) Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS … Continue reading

An Urgent Call To Prayer

iStock_000076634161_Large Join the body of Christ to pray that Australia will protect marriage & family 1st-31st October Online Zoom Prayer Meetings 3 Times Available Daily Over 31 Days  7:00 am – 8:00 am (Eastern Standard Summer Time) 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (Eastern Standard Summer Time) 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm (Eastern Standard Summer Time) Simply join these online prayer meetings through ZOOM … Continue reading

Why YES case is shoddy. Paul Kelly

Paul Kelly 13 September  The Australian,  No article better explains how politicians are wilfully misleading voters when it comes to changing the Marriage Act. —– With the Yes case positioned to win the postal plebiscite, it is more important than ever the misleading and false claims of its advocates — that there is no religious issue at stake — be confronted and the ramifications put on … Continue reading

Call to Pray 12 September 2017

Dear ACC Pastor, We are living in very interesting times. There are forces that seek to nullify the voice of the Church and radically change the fabric of our society. Being aware that we are heading to the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey, the National Executive discussed in depth the potential consequences for Christians, should the suggested legislation be passed. … Continue reading

Same-Sex issue should have gone to the people long ago.

janet albrechtsen Janet Albrechtsen 12 August 2017 The Australian This week Malcolm Turnbull laid out how same-sex marriage could become law by the end of the year. Now that a compulsory plebiscite has been knocked back a second time by the Senate, there will be a postal survey conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics in September. Ballots must be returned by … Continue reading

Gay Marriage Another Nanny Stat Safety Net

brendan o'neill Brendan O’Neill 12 August 2017 Why are activists calling for the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia? To give gay people more choices in their lives? To expand freedom to a wider sweep of citizens? To complete the story of gay liberation that started in the late 1960s, when homosexuals sick of being harassed by cops and moral majoritarians fought … Continue reading

Clash of Rights Looms in Marriage Debate

Paul Kelly Paul Kelly Editor at Large The Australian 12 August 2017  While the flawed postal vote plebiscite has provoked furious rival responses, the pivotal problem is just emerging — the failure in any draft bill by Coalition or Labor MPs to fully protect religious freedoms once same-sex marriage is legislated. This is set to become an explosive issue within the Coalition … Continue reading