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Yandina Baptist Church Centenary Celebrations The weekend of the 5 to 6 June 2021 was a special time for the Yandina Baptist Church, when present and past members and adherents celebrated the centenary of the
The 2021 Gender-Specific Religious Persecution (GSRP) Report found that COVID-19 is fueling a growing, “hidden pandemic” of gender-based violence, abduction and trafficking, towards Christian women and girls across Africa, Asia, Middle East and Latin America.
The World Watch List reveals to us where following Jesus is most dangerous. With this, we know God is at work in these nations and the message of the gospel is being shared, no matter the cost.
In times of crisis and social and economic disruption people tend to reflect more deeply on what really matters. Half of Australians say they have thought more about the meaning of life and their own mortality this year. This deepening of the inner life has seen an increase in spiritual and faith activities, with one in four Australians saying they have engaged in more spiritual conversations and 28% reporting they have been praying more.
Persecution against Christians is rising, both in frequency and intensity. Though the nature of persecution differs based on location, age, gender and ethnicity, there is a common trend – persecution exists where the gospel is being shared.
We had lots of entries from many young artists entering the QB Christmas Art competition - thank you to everyone who entered!