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Services are held here at Anzac Rd are back in the Church auditorium.

YouTube Recordings are posted here on this site after editing by Monday.

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PASTORAL SUPPORT

For counselling and support or other church enquiries contact Robin Palmer.

Prayer requests can be sent to office for the church prayer groups to pray for you.

We will continue to pray that all in our community will cope with this new way of life, and be able to find new ways of being a faith community. We can do this!

Every blessing,

Robin
(Pastor)

We're glad you're here! We hope you will find all you need to know about Browns Bay Presbyterian.
      With Gods help we can get through this.

We are a community church comprised of people of all ages and various cultures. Our desire is to help people find and follow Jesus. This means we are discovering what it means to love God, love one another and love the community around about us.

You'll find more information about us from the links on the menu on the left.

From the Pastor’s pen:

Welcome to BBP Family Church’s weekly newsletter.
Prayer is available daily through the prayer chain and email list.

If you click on Readings and Vids for each week’s readings are in English or Korean/English parallel when you click on the Reference, Footnotes link.

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19 May 2024

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REFLECTION: SHARING GOOD NEWS THROUGH WITNESSING
A man was exploring the Christian faith while on an Alpha course, and the theme for the evening was being witnesses. He said to his small group leader: “I'd like to be a follower of Jesus but I'm a bit of an introvert. I do want to make that commitment, but I'm afraid that I'll have to tell others." “Not to worry,” said his leader. “God understands that we are all different. It will be fine. You won’t have to tell anyone!” So later that night when he got home, he gave his life to the Lord. He then went to find his wife and said to her: “Do you know that when you become a Christian, you don’t have to tell anyone about it.

My study leave at present includes a look at our task of sharing the good news of Jesus, (the evangel in evangelism) and witnessing in this generation. Sunday preaching or proclamation is part of this. So too are our lives (our example) and our conversations, including giving “an answer to everyone who asks us to give the reason for the hope that we have”(1 Peter 3:15). While talking about this and our regional churches’ mission, a key leader asked: “But why do we have to tell others about Jesus?” I tried to explain that being a witness is part of the Christian life. Before his Ascension Jesus told the disciples to wait in Jerusalem for the promised gift from the Father. He continued: “you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you, and you will be my witnesses...” (Acts 1:8). When the Spirit came upon them at Pentecost, they couldn't help telling the gospel story. It was all about what they had seen and heard (1 John 1:3). Good news always gets around. In our faith journey, the Holy Spirit emboldens us to tell the story of Jesus and his rescue of the world. You and I would have heard about Jesus from someone. Let’s pass the good news on.

Blessings

Robin

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Readings & Vids to find each week's readings in English or Korean/English parallel. Previous services and readings are also found there. There are pages with each week’s newsletter, rosters and various other resources On the Browns Bay Presbyterian website. See https://bbpsermons.wordpress.com/ for written sermon texts.

  

‘And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory,
glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth’ (1:14)

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