Embrace Calvary before leading others to Calvary.
Understand that it’s not what you know, Its Who you know.
Find fulfillment when others reach their full potential.
Dream about God’s Kingdom invading earth, not just their own church.
See all local Christians as being God’s presence in a community.
Love to have people around them who are at any point in their spiritual journey.
Are both comfortable in their anointing and dreaming for more.
Power is when you catch a wave, authority is when you start a wave. (Found on web picture)
Jesus is great to work with. (A local saint)
2. Worship over Wollongong. A comment from Wayne Morris, director.
“On Saturday the 22nd August approximately 600 people almost filled the Wollongong Town Hall to celebrate 200 years of Christian worship in the Illawarra. The praise and worship time was accompanied by a 60 voice choir, expanded from the Wollongong Gospel Choir, the Wollongong Town Hall pipe organ, the Wollongong Salvation Army band, the This Way band, a guest soloist and three grand pianos. Leading the conducting team was Merion Powell who was born and raised in the Illawarra and is now a resident of France.
The 2 hours and 15 minutes disappeared too quickly for all those who were present who sang, listened, prayed and meditated with music ranging from popular hymns to contemporary classics and new songs from the 21st century.
It was great to see the number of churches represented, both geographically and denominationally, and the unity of the evening as we all joined in praise and worship.”
It’s about the power of prayer, strategic prayer. The movie is built around the story of an older lady who disciples a young lady in how to pray for her marriage. It is produced in a manner to be able to confidently take our friends to.
Prayer certainly is our most powerful weapon, and we can all learn more about prayer.
Don’t wait for the DVD, let’s go public and get this movie established in the wider community. Be touched at the same time.
September 5th 2015Destiny Rescue afternoon tea at Shellharbour Community Church. Meet Ashley Caslick who is rescuing girls in Thailand and beyond.
Tuesday 8th September. City Breakfast – Post God Nation (See link)
Speaker: Roy Williams, author of the book “Post God Nation” about the decline of Christianity in Australia and what might be done about it.
Details: 7:00-8:15 a.m. Wollongong Golf Club, Corrimal St.
Bookings: Follow link, bookings close noon, Fri 12th Sept.
Cost: $30 (includes breakfast)
Contact: Ian McKensey 0438 845 921
October City Serve at Shellharbour: The project dates are October 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st . Shane Cooks wanted to clarify that there is no expectation for churches to be involved in all of the projects, but that each church pick one project, one weekend and commit to that. See Facebook link for details
October 22nd 20157.30 pm. Moore College’s Centre for Christian Living is bringing an evening to the ‘Gong.
How the Gospels shape Christian living. Speakers: Peter Bolt and Tony Payne
Friday October 23rdSalvation Army International Staff Band comes to Wollongong! See link. BOOK EARLY. Want to see more?
October 27 City Breakfast with Glenn Davies (details to come)
Friday November 6th 2015.Shellharbour Mayors prayer breakfast. The venue will be Ravensthorpe Conference Centre Albion Park. Guest speaker for the event is Margaret Court. See web page.
Every Friday Morning Prayer Breakfasts7.30 am. For prayer, fellowship and great start to the day. Meets at the offices of Warwick Marsh, Dads4Kids, behind Central Rd shops, through KFC car park Unanderra.
National Day of Prayer and Fasting7th February 2016. See link for details
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