Written by 26 women from around Australia the I AM women’s devotional brings thought-provoking questions to help readers reflect on Scripture and who they can become by allowing themselves to be transformed by God.
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Published by Signs Publishing, Outside the Gate tells the story of Rhoda, the servant girl remembered in Acts 12 for leaving Peter standing at the gate after his miraculous release from prison.
Three books by Dr Peter Roennfeldt have offered ideas to churches and leaders through the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Dr Roennfeldt, the newest of these books “is even more relevant now than when first released as a free ebook in November last year.”
A new book shares the story, as well as reflections on lessons learnt, of a pastor who shut down his church—then re-launched it with a new focus on mission and community.
Working with other Avondale University historians and Indigenous ministry leaders, Dr Brad Watson has researched and written the history of Mona Mona Mission. He talked about this project and why it matters.
A new book tells the history of an Aboriginal mission established by the Seventh-day Adventist Church near Kuranda in northern Queensland.
Proceeds from the book will go toward providing theological education for women in the Pacific Islands.
There has been much contention and confusion regarding the Holy Spirit throughout Christian history. Peter Roennfeldt’s new book points us back to Jesus as the starting point for understanding and experiencing the Holy Spirit.
Dr Roennfeldt sees the focus of his new book as an extension of his previous books that have focused on New Testament stories, disciple-making and church models.
Editors of new book extend understanding of the integration of faith and learning.