Monthly Archives: April 2005

Report on Anazao Conferences

Di and I have just spent 5 days with Peter Toth and Heather Scott of Anazao. The level 1 and 2 conference was excellent, and despite (or probably because) it stretching some of our theological assumptions. There way of ministering to the most broken of people is undoubtedly the most effective – and easiest – […] Continue reading

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What is the purpose of this website?

I’ve had two people express concern (off-line) about the content of this blog, which has prompted me to ask the question – what is the purpose of this website?
One comment was to the effect that I am promoting the ministry of one church, whereas it should only be used to promote the ministry of the […] Continue reading

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Information sharing on the website

There’s been some discussion about the use of the Hobsons Bay Churches website to promote information about the ministries of individual churches. I’d certainly appreciate being able to check out where, for example, Alpha courses or Answers in Genesis meetings are being held. As individual churches usually arrange these rather than all the churches together, […] Continue reading

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Williamstown Festival Prayer Tent

Pray for us as teams from the churches pray for people at the Haven of Hope prayer tent from 10am till 5pm at Williamstown Festival today.
Give us an open heaven, Lord.
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Goodbye John Paul II

Goodbye Pope John Paul II.
Used significantly by Jesus in a strategic time in history to make important inroads to undermine the power of the kingdom of darkness.
Welcome to your reward. We’ll see you later!
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