Both familiar and new faces crowded the Village Church backyard for Christians in the Media’s start-of-year barbecue in the second week of February.
David Aikman’s address from the 2005 media workers conferance, ‘Access all areas’. Click the link below to listen. David Aikman – The Media, Christian & truth
We’d like you to join us and other Christians working in Sydney’s Media for a BBQ to eat, catch up, pray and talk about the next steps for Christians in the Media.
We’ve booked the backyard at Village Church Annandale for Saturday February 12 from 11-2pm
By Michelle Swainson and Zaz Teoh
(UTS Communications students at Christians in the Media who survived!)
Michael Pickering is joining the Christians in the Media team in 2011, doing MTS with us and Quizworx. Check out the video were he talks to Josh Maule.
Both Nick Watson and Josh Maule will be continuing with us this coming year also in their second and final year of MTS.
by John Sandeman,
John Sandeman and Peter Riches are members of our Christians in the Media Bible Study at Fairfax, and have been friends for 17 years. Peter came to Christ thorugh the ministry of Christians in the Media.
by Anglican Archbishop of Sydney, Peter Jensen
This talk was first given at the Christians in the Media Access All Areas Conference, August 26th, 2005
Download Andrew Barry’s excellent address. It was time to think politics & climate change for UTS students this week. On Tuesday we heard from Dominic Steele speak on the topic ‘How would Jesus vote?’ Dominic outlined for us some helpful Biblical principles that we should consider before casting our votes, particularly in the forthcoming federal […]
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