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Young people are telling us they are worried about their mental health, and the mental health of their friends. The medical industry confirms a significant rise in the prevalence of mental health disorders in young people. The following is a…

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Trauma-Informed Practice is a strengths-based framework grounded in an understanding of and responsiveness to the impact of trauma, that emphasises physical, psychological, and emotional safety for everyone, and that creates opportunities for survivors to rebuild a sense of control and…

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Theology & Youth Ministry guru Andrew Root has released ‘The End of Youth Ministry’ and we think it’s a cracker. To explore this text and how we might respond, we’re opening TWO book club meetings. COFFEE will focus on implications…

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Now that we’ve survived the pre-Easter flurry, it’s time to take stock. You’ve probably mastered how to deliver your church services, be that live, pre-recorded or other digital options. Congratulations (and if you need need help, check out these practical…

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The new stage 3 restrictions in Victoria limit our capacity for producing live-streamed church services, as many churches did on Sunday March 29. Below are some suggestions and resources to help communities continue to provide worship gatherings. Hopefully you’ve used…

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In this pandemic season, we believe it’s a chance for innovation and creativity. We’re delighted to share a short instructional video assisting church members and leaders to Pass the Peace using AUSLAN. Our thanks to Bek Allcroft for signing. For…

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For many people, their financial offering is a spiritual practice. A practical response to a generous God. For churches, offerings resource ministry and mission. In a season of social distancing and forced closures, here are a few options to allow…

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