Author Archive: Linden Vine

Proverbs

Structure of Proverbs study Proverbs 1:1-6 study Proverbs 1:7 study Proverbs chapters 1-9 study Proverbs study – Husbands Proverbs study – Wives Proverbs study – Work Life Balance Proverbs Study – Divine Guidance Proverbs study – Fair trade Proverbs study – Choice words

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Take a look inside the church

Next week we begin a new series on Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians. This correspondence from the Apostle gives us an inside look at a first century Christian church—and it isn’t all good! This is a church riddled with factions and fighting, pride and posturing, greed and godlessness. Things need to change, and with God’s […]

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Final Isaiah Bible Study

The last of the Isaiah studies has now been added to the Stromlo Bible Study Resources. We trust you have found these worthwhile. If you haven’t been able to complete them all, perhaps you could work back over one or two in the school holidays. If your group is behind with your study program, I […]

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New Isaiah Bible Studies

Please check out the Bible Studies section of the Stromlo website to download the latest studies from Isaiah. These are a good way to meditate further on the passage of the week as well as being a helpful tool for the Life Groups.

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The year in preview

In 2016 we look forward to an exciting year of digging into God’s Word. Our first series on Isaiah is now well underway and this week we explore the wonder of God’s suffering servant. Isaiah 53 introduces us to God’s suffering servant and reveals to us the heart of God. Please join with us as we marvel […]

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Pastoral Care (4) In Crisis and Chronic

I have observed that churches and small groups usually respond well to crises. People rise to the occasion, they respond with generous practical displays of love and support. In fact, Christian fellowships are some of the best-equipped crisis care communities. What we don’t do so well is persevere with people when things become chronic. People whose […]

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