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Men’s ministry is not just important, it’s imperative. Men need strengthening through community and encouragement as well as a major boost of faith, in God, in themselves and in one another. ‘Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit you like men, be strong.’ 1 Corinthians 16:13 Male…Read Article
The Holy Spirit and freedom are often found together in Scripture. Take these verses: ‘For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made me free from the law of sin and death.’ – Romans 8:2 (NKJV) ‘Now the Lord is the Spirit; and where the Spirit of…Read Article
The following blog post by C3 Church Senior Minister, Chris Pringle, is inspired by C3 Music’s latest album, Pilgrims. Who would true valor see Let Him come hither One here will constant be Come wind come weather These immortal lyrics from the classic hymn, ‘To be a Pilgrim’, would…Read Article
It is so easy to live life constantly comparing yourself to other people, but this can be the cause of you not reaching your potential. You can always time find someone else with a bigger house, better car, more talent, more successful – but if you compare them against…Read Article
Growing a connect group doesn’t have to be as difficult as herding cats. In fact, some people don’t even find herding cats difficult. They are talented cat whisperers indeed. For the rest of us, check out some tips from Alex Farncomb, Marketing Coordinator at C3 College and all-around great guy. …Read Article
Australian society is essentially un-churched. Most people don’t see church as part of their regular lifestyle anymore and other activities and pursuits have filled that void in our culture. On the way to church services on Sunday morning you will pass cafes filled with families enjoying their newspapers and lattes. …Read Article