We have lots of inspiring stories from our Queensland Baptists (QB) Ministries – including our Children, Youth and Young Adults, Church Planting and Women’s ministries.
Queensland Conferencing and Camping Centres’ (QCCC) Internships have kicked off for 2022. This year sees QCCC Tamborine induct their first-ever group of interns in outdoor leadership. The QCCC team are all looking forward to getting
Friday 10th December was a momentous day for QCCC Brookfield as managers Murray and Carolyn Wickens passed on the management baton to new manager, Nicole Schabort. For many church groups, youth groups, music groups, craft
Church Camp Planning There is a lot of detail to consider when planning a church camp. QCCC (QLD Baptists’ camping ministry) has many helpful resources and expert staff who can help your church too. If
A big thank you to all who submitted artwork for our 2021 Kids Christmas Art Competition. As with every year and with so many great entries, it is a hard decision for our judges to
The people involved formed the Baptist Retreat Ministry, several of whom came from the Windsor Road church. They were devoted to the idea of a centre where small groups of people could come for a short period of time to find “intimacy with God”
The Baptist Church Archives is calling for help from people skilled in the art of restoring woodwork! The Archives have recently been entrusted with the War Memorial Boards from the old Nundah Memorial Baptist Church honouring soldiers of World War I.
On Monday 26 October, Baptist Heritage Qld opened another plaque in its Heritage Plaque program. This was the sixth in the series and was placed at North East Baptist Church, Chapel St, Nundah.
Bigger churches are obviously able to do more because of their larger budgets and hordes of personnel. But it is important to keep in mind the reason for the early Baptist warning about large numbers. The point of the statement above is that they should not be so large as to lose the personal touch.
This year’s Coronavirus has caused a great deal of disruption to the community, including Baptist churches and communities in Queensland
Tea for the Soul helps reduce compassion fatigue for aged care workers - an initiative of Carinity Clifford House
What a special year it’s been for the Queensland Baptist’s Women Anew Conferences!
Carinity is at the forefront of using new world-first technology that is helping to identify pain in older people.
You Parties is a party-throwing kit that allows a team to partner with a foster family, and help them celebrate their foster-child.
Mobi powered by Breezie, is a personalised digital tablet device with a simplified, user-friendly format available via Carinity Home Care
You see, the problem was that I expected people to do for me what only God can. No wonder there were issues.