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TRANSFORMED HumeRidge Church of Christ Magazine

AGM 2013 Reflection Healthy Home Groups Peter Millican Introducing Christine Bryden

Reflections


TRANSFORMED HumeRidge Church of Christ Magazine

As the cold sets in I find myself regularly seeking “my” chair in our lounge which captures the warmth of the sun. In the vibrant morning light I look out the window at the trees dressed in glorious greens, reds and yellows dancing in the wind and I marvel at the wonder of our Creator God. As my mind wanders from God’s Word to the creation beyond during my personal experiences with God, I can’t help be challenged by the question “am I reflecting God’s love?”

contents

AGM 2013 Reflection Dale White

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Weekend with Paul Griffiths

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Transformed Series Dale White

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July Mission Month Neale Proellocks

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What’s On Sunday

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June July Calendar 10

SOAP Readings 12

State of Origin 2014 13

Christine Bryden 14 Cidinah Moss

Workplace Breakfasts 16

Healthy Home Groups 18 Peter Millican

Contact Details 21

The Bible calls us to love God and love others but there are days it’s no easy task. As a parent I love my children but don’t always like their actions. My love for them runs far beyond what they do and it gives me a small glimpse of how God loves me, loves us, and loves the world. To love isn’t about accepting what people do but loving them because they are created, valued and loved by God. Recently at Home Group we discussed what it meant for Adam to be made in the image of God. The concept of Adam being God’s reflection on earth, recognisable by all creation as God’s representative, struck us all deeply for this is what we too are called to be. We are to reflect God. We are to love others as God loves and the world is to know God because of the way we love. Oh, my heart grieves knowing I can do better! And as the trees reveal the wonder of my Creator God to me, I pray that I too may be so dressed in God’s love that I reveal Him to the world. How about you? Do you desire to live so others can know our Creator God? As you read this Edition of Transformed I hope you are encouraged, inspired and at times challenged to be God’s reflection to the world around you.

Natalie Roy


Invites YOU to join us for

Community Bush Dance With Caller Brendon Walmsley 7pm Friday 18th July

AFL at the Gabba Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast Suns Saturday 26th July


Commitment Day 2013

Reflecting on 2013 ANNUAL REPORT SUMMARY Each year around May & June we look back at the previous year, present ministry and financial reports, and hold our Annual General Meeting. Here is a summary of the report along with a few highlights and statistics. GROWTH 2013 was a year of growth for HumeRidge, and this was revealed in the usual statistics we keep. Average Sunday attendances were up 4% to 978 each week. There were 44 people baptised, which is more than any single year in recent decades. Membership increased by 6% to 561 active members, with 82 new members during the year. Our peak attendance was Easter when 2650 people attended across three services over the weekend. DEVELOPMENT Perhaps more importantly, 2013 was also a year of significant development, with a number of new ministries established and 2I

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some changes observed. Mosaic Ministries led by Dr Sandra Baker commenced early in the year and later moved into the newly built office complex at the Northern Foyer. Our CAP Debt Centre commenced under the leadership of Colin & Carol Mellis in April. The HumeRidge English Centre, which had commenced mid 2012, continued to grow under the direction of Neale Proellocks. And the Homework Help program led by Ross Savill really took off as well. All of these new ministries have something in common; they are outwardly focussed and impact different sectors of the community. As a result, we have noticed that our church is more multicultural or international; more diverse.


ANNUAL REPORT SUMMARY Reflecting on 2013

SUNDAY ATTENDANCE

BAPTISMS

Most Baptisms in a Single Year

948

937

978

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2011 2012 2013

COMMITMENT DAY OFFERING

MEMBERSHIP

$172,000

Encouraging Generosity!

$67,000

TEAM HumeRidge Church of Christ is led by a capable and committed staff team. Whilst our team remained mostly stable during 2013 there were a few significant changes. Chris England took on additional responsibilities as our Young Adults Pastor; Karina Windolf was added as an Early Childhood Ministry specialist; Brendon Walmsley & Natalie Roy were recognised as Pastors; Jack Kamst stepped down to serve in Christmas Island; and Tim Smith concluded after 8 years of excellent pastoral ministry with the church.

SUMMARY This is only a quick summary of the year past. A full report with audited financial statements is available at the info Counter in the lead up to our Annual General Meeting. The AGM is scheduled for Sunday 15 June at 2pm. We thank God for all that he is doing in and through us. Let us give him the praise, and seek Him for even greater effectiveness in the years that lie ahead.

$67,000

HIGHLIGHTS There were many highlights in our program last year, but I do want to single out just a few. (1) The Not a Fan Movie and churchwide teaching series was a catalyst for conversion and spiritual growth. 750 people attended the movie nights; and around 500 people met weekly in 50 groups to discuss the various topics. (2) Our annual Commitment Day was amazing. On that one day 7 people were baptised, 65 people (including kids) became members, and $172,000 was pledged in an offering for special projects. (3) The commissioning of Jack & Anne Kamst to full time missionary work on Christmas Island was a significant moment in the life of the church. (4) The annual Youth Camp, with 200 young people attending, capped off another busy and excellent year of youth ministry.

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weekend withs Paul Griffith

During the weekend with Paul Griffiths from “the Ugly Duckling Company” in the United Kingdom we found ourselves drawn back to the questions “how is our cultural landscape changing in Toowoomba?” and “how do we live out the Great Commission in the midst of this change?”. 4I


What seems on the surface to be a simple question, the truth is the culture we live in is rapidly changing through migration, technological advances, religious influences and spirituality, education, the arts, and the list goes on. At every turn we are being influenced by what’s happening around us, particularly the images we see, and yet many people are feeling alone, isolated, lacking in significance and desiring more. The negative attitude towards commitment and institutional ways see the Church at odds with the desire to seek after a spiritual experience. We find ourselves overlooked, even criticised, in the cultural climate in which we live. So what do we do? We Pray The Lord’s Prayer says “Give us this day our daily bread” meaning everything we need for this day Lord we seek from You alone. No matter what we do or where we are going, God is with us and we can trust in Him to provide our needs when we seek Him. What we need in reaching our community is wisdom to know how to share the Good News. We also need to pray for those we are seeking to build relationship with so they may “Hear and Believe” the Gospel. So pray, pray and pray some more and let’s see what God can do! We Learn Taking the time to learn more about God and culture helps us understand the foundations of our faith and relevant ways in which we can share the Gospel. The Apostle Paul modelled this for us as he lived and worked in communities looking for ways to connect them to the Gospel. (See Acts 17) Whether you are reaching people from overseas, teenagers, seniors, peers and/or co-workers we need to understand their world and help them connect the dots to Christ. We Build Relationships “Building relationships by joining the

conversation within your community” will mean different things to different people. It may be at home, at your school or workplace, in your sports club or gym, with the Council or in Community Organisations. Wherever you are that’s where you need to be. Here are some things we can all do to build healthy relationships. 1) LISTEN. Remember this requires you to be silent and give someone space. Hear their thoughts and their story. 2) DON’T JUDGE. Be respectful and seek to understand the other person’s perspective even if you don’t agree. 3) BE TRUE. Never try to be someone else to influence others. You are the best advocate for Christ when you are walking with integrity in your Christian faith. 4) B  RING OTHERS HOME. Extending hospitality is one of the most effective ways to build relationships and allow others to see God’s love reflected in your life. Invite your friends to join with your family activities, celebrations and help them feel part of your life. It’s amazing what sharing a meal together can do! Be Not Afraid Those of you who attended one of the Sunday Services will remember Paul’s example of what happens when we go to share the Good News with others. We don’t go alone. We go with God; Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We go with the testimony of the saints. We go with a great cloud of witnesses. We never go alone. In these winter months may your hearts and homes warmly welcome others as you engage in hospitality and build healthy respectful relationships. As we reflect God’s love in our community we will make a difference and see our community transformed.

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TRANSFORMED How God Changes Us

TRANSFORMED Brand New Rick Warren Series Here at HumeRidge or mission statement is all about transforming lives to be more like Christ. Our magazine title is TRANSFORMED and our slogan is TRANSFORMING LIVES. So when Rick Warren released his brand new 2014 church-wide campaign at Saddleback 6I

Church, and called it TRANSFORMED, we couldn’t resist using it at HumeRidge! I am delighted, therefore, to announce that our Term #3 church wide series, comprising morning and evening Sunday services, Home Groups and daily readings is TRANSFORMED.


TRANSFORMED 8 Week Series

Commencing 27th July 2014 The world is shouting for our attention with answers to our relationship struggles, solutions to our financial trouble, and explanations to our search for meaning. But the world’s promises leave us empty and searching for more. God’s Will is the only answer that promises to TRANSFORM our lives from the inside out. Rick Warren’s teaching series have been catalytic in the life of our church. 40 Days of Purpose (2004) and 40 Days of Community (2006) helped us move forward at significant moments in our growth. In this new series we see Rick 2.0 – slimmed down and without the Hawaiian shirts! But the teaching is Biblical, inspirational and always practical.

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TRANSFORMED is a church-wide seven week campaign that will guide and grow church members by exploring what the Bible has to say about every essential area of our lives: Spiritual, Physical, Mental, Emotional, Relational, Financial and Vocational.

DETAILS The series will commence on Sunday 27 July and include all Sunday Services in August and early September. Our own pastors will preach the Sunday sermons but Home Groups will include teaching from Pastor Rick on DVD. Home Groups will have a DVD based resource for a full term (8 weeks). We will seek to subsidise the cost of the DVD’s to make them available for just $20 per group. However we will encourage everyone to purchase a TRANSFORMED Participants Journal for $20 each. This single volume is a comprehensive, leatherlook book that provides daily readings, journal, home group discussion notes, and sermon notes. I believe this series could help many people grow, change and be transformed in every area of life. Let us unite as a Church in this special series and be TRANSFORMED together.

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July

Mission Month

A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. John 13:34-35

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On Sundays July 6, 13 and 20 we will explore our church’s commitment to the mission Christ left us. In our endeavour to transform people’s lives to Christ by experiencing and reflecting God’s love together, we will consider more of what it means to demonstrate God’s love beyond our own church community, both locally and globally through acts of service and support. Each Sunday we’ll consider and be challenged about an area of mission involvement. On Sunday July 6, our focus will be on PNG and the work being planned for

The King will reply, “I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.” Matthew 25:40

Gandup. July 13 will take us to the Philippines and the work of the International Christian College of Manilla and on Sunday July 20, we’ll return home to our mission right here in Toowoomba. Why not plan, not only to attend all three services, but make a commitment to our church’s mission in one of these three areas of opportunity and service. How wonderful to have the people of HumeRidge engaging together in our call to “Transform lives to Christ by experiencing and reflecting God’s love together.”

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations. Matthew 28:19

Let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven. Matthew 5:16


humeridge June & July

SUNDAY SERVICES – 9am JUNE Various Topics & Speakers

June 15 Dale White Who am I? (Part 2) – I am Afflicted! (2 Corinthians 4:8-18)

June 1

June 22

Ross Savill

Peter Millican

Look Up and Look Around

Home Group Sunday

June 8 Dale White Who am I? (Part 1) – I am Blessed! (Ephesians 1:3-14)

TRANSFORMED Brand Church Wide Series

July 6 Transforming the World #1 Focus on Gandup Project PNG

July 13 Transforming the World #2 Focus on ICCM Philippines

July 20 Transforming the World #3 Focus on Toowoomba

June 29 Dale White Who am I? (Part 3) – I am Loved! (1 John 3:1 and 4:9-19)

TRANSFORMED Starts July 27

How God Changes Us

July 27 TRANSFORMED – LAUNCH Launch of new 7 week Church-Wide Series 5pm CITY CELEBRATION Combined Church Service 5pm in the Auditorium

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calendar 2014

june SUNDAY

1 8am Prayer 9am Sunday Service 4pm Prayer Sunday@5

8 8am Prayer 9am Sunday Service 4pm Prayer Sunday@5

15 8am Prayer 9am Sunday Service 4pm Prayer Sunday@5

22 8am Prayer 9am Sunday Service 2:30pm Positive Ways in Disability 4pm Prayer Sunday@5

29 8am Prayer 9am Sunday Service 4pm Prayer Sunday@5 10 I

MONDAY

2

9.30am Playgroup

9

Labour Day

16

9.30am Playgroup

23

9.30am Playgroup

30

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

3

9.30am Playgroup 7pm Grade 13’s

10

9.30am Playgroup 7pm Grade 13’s

4 6.30am Prayer 9.45am KYB 6.30pm Stumpy’s 6.30pm English Classes

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6.30am Prayer 9.45am KYB 1.30pm Hymn Singing 6.30pm Stumpy’s 6.30pm English Classes

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6.30am Prayer 9.45am KYB 11:15am Golden Eagles Luncheon 9.30am Playgroup 6.30pm Stumpy’s 7pm Grade 13’s 6.30pm English Classes

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9.30am Playgroup

25

6.30am Prayer

Positive Ways in Disability with Christine Bryden

2:30pm Sunday 22 June

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

5

9.30am English Table Talk 12.45pm KYB

6

9.30am Playgroup

12

9.30am English Table Talk 12.45pm KYB

7 10am English Classes 4pm Music Team Practise

13 9.30am Playgroup Youth 5pm Gr 7&8 7pm Gr 9-12

19

9.30am English Table Talk 12.45pm KYB

SATURDAY

14 10am English Classes 4pm Music Team Practise

20 9.30am Playgroup Youth 5pm Gr 7&8 7pm Gr 9-12

26

9.30am Playgroup

21 7am Workplace Breakfast with Murray Wright 10am English Classes 4pm Music Team Practise

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4pm Music Team Practise

Workplace Breakfast with

Murray Wright 7am Saturday 21st June


calendar 2014

july SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

1

WEDNESDAY

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THURSDAY

FRIDAY

3

SATURDAY

4

5

4pm Music Team Practise

6.30am Prayer

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8

8am Prayer 9am Sunday Service 4pm Prayer Sunday@5

20 8am Prayer 9am Sunday Service 4pm Prayer Sunday@5

27 8am Prayer 9am Sunday Service 4pm Prayer Sunday@5 6pm Combined Service

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6.30am Prayer 1.30pm Hymn Singing 7.30pm State of Origin

8am Prayer 9am Sunday Service 4pm Prayer Sunday@5

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9.30am Playgroup

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9.30am Playgroup

28

9.30am Playgroup

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9.30am Playgroup

22

9.30am Playgroup 7pm Grade 13’s

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9.30am Playgroup 7pm Grade 13’s

10am English Classes 4pm Music Team Practise

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6.30am Prayer 6.30pm English Classes

9.15am Golden Eagles 9.30am English Table Talk 12.45pm KYB

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24

Stumpy’s Recommences 6.30am Prayer 9.45am KYB 6.30pm Stumpy’s 6.30pm English Classes

30 6.30am Prayer 9.45am KYB 6.30pm Stumpy’s 6.30pm English Classes

9.30am English Table Talk 12.45pm KYB

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19 10am English Classes 4pm Music Team Practise

9.30am Playgroup 7pm Community Bush Dance

25 Youth Recommences 9.30am Playgroup Youth 5pm Gr 7&8 7pm Gr 9-12

26 AFL Gabba Trip 10am English Classes 4pm Music Team Practise

TRANSFORMED

Starts

9.30am English Table Talk 12.45pm KYB

July 27 How God Changes Us

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s.o.a.p. studies June

July

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Hebrews 12

1

1 Timothy 1

16

1 Samuel 2

1

Titus

1

17

Hebrews 13

2

1 Timothy 2

17

1 Samuel 3

2

Titus 2

18

1 Samuel 17

3

1 Timothy 3

18

1 Samuel 4

3

Titus 3

19

1 Samuel 18

4

1 Timothy 4

19

1 Samuel 5

4

Philemon 1

20

1 Samuel 19

5

1 Timothy 5

20

1 Samuel 6

5

Hebrews 1

21

1 Samuel 20

6

1 Timothy 6

21

1 Samuel 7

6

Hebrews 2

22

1 Samuel 21

7

Ruth 1

22

1 Samuel 8

7

Hebrews 3

23

1 Samuel 22

8

Ruth 2

23

1 Samuel 9

8

Hebrews 4

24

1 Samuel 23

9

Ruth 3

24

1 Samuel 10

9

Hebrews 5

25

1 Samuel 24

10

Ruth 4

25

1 Samuel 11

10

Hebrews 6

26

1 Samuel 25

11

2 Timothy 1

26

1 Samuel 12

11

Hebrews 7

27

1 Samuel 26

12

2 Timothy 2

27

1 Samuel 13

12

Hebrews 8

28

1 Samuel 27

13

2 Timothy 3

28

1 Samuel 14

13

Hebrews 9

29

1 Samuel 28

14

2 Timothy 4

29

1 Samuel 15

14

Hebrews 10

30

1 Samuel 29

15

1 Samuel 1

30

1 Samuel 16

15

Hebrews 11

31

1 Samuel 3 0 & 31

Youth Grades 4 - 6

Wednesday Nights Term 2 Ends Wednesday 18th June Term 3 Recommences Wednesday 23rd July 12 I

Friday Nights Term 2 Ends Friday 20th June Term 3 Recommences Friday 25th July

5 - 6.45pm Grades 7 & 8 7.15 - 9pm Grades 9 - 12


7.30PM

WEDNESDAY

9TH JUly $5

family

entry

$20

all proceeds to


Positive Ways in Disability Introducing

Christine Bryden

Dementia Care in our Christian Community. Every existence is a demonstration of the grace of God.

It is well recognized that each person is profoundly different from all others. These differences include culture, gender, social class, values, interests, and so on. Each one has come to be who they are by their own unique route. One very special mark of our personal route as a member of the HumeRidge community is our Christian perspective on the value of each individual life. We want to challenge popular misconceptions, imitate Christ’s love for people and find strength in God as we recognise all people deserve dignity and respect. 14 I

We aim to encourage others by building positive relationships and not depersonalise those who are facing serious disabilities, whether physical or psychological, including dementia, by incorporating them in HumeRidge community life. June 22 will be a special day for our Community. We have the great privilege of meeting and listening to Christine Bryden who will be sharing about her very public walk through dementia. Christine is a Christian who challenged the stereotype and in her long journey found her peace as a child of God.


But by the grace of God I am what I am, and His grace toward me did not prove vain; but I laboured even more than all of them, yet not I, but the grace of God with me. (1 Corinthians 15:10) Christine’s story is beneficial for people of all ages and her own children were 9, 13 and 19 living at home at the time of her diagnosis. Their pain, frustration and hope are a shared part of Christine’s journey. So we invite teenagers, adults and our seniors from all parts of our community to join us and learn more about caring for others with a disability. Please read, and be inspired by the short but wonderful biography to the right. Please join us to be informed about dementia, and challenged and inspired to serve God by offering hope and respect to people with disability in our community. As Christine puts it, “let’s rebrand Alzheimer’s as a chance to live a new life in the slow lane – we see the world differently and at a slower pace, where there is time to “just be.”’

Attachment

Comfort LOVE

Inclusion

Christine Bryden was diagnosed with dementia at the age of 46 in 1995. She was a single mother with three girls and was a senior executive in the Prime Minister’s Department. She married Paul in 1999. Elected to the Board of Alzheimer’s Disease International in 2003, she stepped down in 2005. Christine has spoken extensively at major Alzheimers and related conferences in Australia and overseas (Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Canada, France, Turkey, South Africa, Israel, Brazil, Dominican Republic, New Zealand, Germany). She has appeared many times on TV, radio and in print articles about dementia in New Zealand, Australia, UK, Japan, and Korea. Television station NHK Japan produced a 55 minute documentary about her in 2004 to an audience of 10 million. She has published two books, ‘Who will I be when I die’ Harper Collins 1998 (available in English, Japanese, Chinese and Korean) and ‘Dancing with Dementia’ Jessica Kingsley 2005 (available in English, Japanese and Chinese). Copies of her talks are available from her website www.christinebryden.com.

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Occupation

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Workplace Breakfasts Combined ast Workplace Breakf

Special Guest Sp

eaker

Murray Wright 7am Saturday 21st All Welcome Tickets $10

In 2013 we introduced Workplace Breakfast to help employees, employers, and retirees connect with people in their field of expertise and life experience. Our desire is for each person to be supported as a Christian in their everyday work environment through building networks of like minded people who can pray, care and encourage one another. Meeting with others who have shared experiences, good and bad, can help each of us journey through our working life with integrity, patience, strength and grace so we can continually reflect God’s love to our colleagues and clients. In June we will have a combined workplace breakfast with special guest speaker Murray 16 I

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Wright. Murray is passionate about helping each one of us recognise our roles as “fulltime Christian workers” in our workplaces. The Christian life is to be lived wholly integrated with every aspect of our life being important to God. Using our gifts, both spiritual and natural, within our work life is a wonderful way in which we can honour God and share His love to those He has called us to work with, colleagues and clients alike. We invite you to join us on Saturday, 21st June for our combined workplace breakfast at 7am with special guest speaker Murray Wright. This will be a wonderful opportunity to learn, grow and share with others we desire to know God and serve Him faithfully in their workplace.


Murray started his working life as a maths/science teacher before commencing work with Scripture Union in 1982. Murray began the regional SU work in 1984 here in Toowoomba. In 1989 he returned to teaching commencing at Harristown State High School before taking up a variety of positions within Education Queensland – Deputy Principal at Harristown SHS, Assistant Executive Director (Human Resources) at the Toowoomba Regional Office and Principal at Toowoomba SHS. In 2003, it was time for a change of career direction and Murray joined the Toowoomba City Council (and later the Toowoomba Regional Council as the Director Corporate Services before retiring in 2010.

Murray now wears a number of hats – part-time with the USQ Education Faculty, executive leadership coach, would-be golfer and grandfather duties take up quite a bit of his time. Today Murray is Director of Malyon Workplace – a new ministry of Malyon College (formerly Queensland Baptist Theological College), Brisbane. Malyon Workplace aims to encourage followers of Jesus to understand their calling as ‘full-time Christian workers’ in the workplaces where God has placed them, to help them to integrate their faith with their work from Monday to Sunday.

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with Pastor Pete

Peter Millican

Pete shares some insights from Steve Gladen. Who’s Steve Gladen? Steve is the man behind the phenomenal success of home groups at Saddleback Church in California, U.S.A. He oversees (with his team) well over 3500 home groups that run throughout the week.

I have recently been reading his book and gleaning some wisdom from his experience. In his book, Small Groups With Purpose, Steve outlines five ingredients in a healthy home group. These are fellowship, discipleship, ministry, evangelism and worship. All five of 18 I

these don’t need to be focused on every week but throughout the year a good home group will hit all of these areas in some way. Below is an explanation and some examples of how a home group might ensure they are meeting the five areas.


Fellowship

Generally this one takes care of itself but a home group might ensure they have at least one social night a term where the goal of the night is to enjoy each other’s company, laugh a lot and of course eat food.

Discipleship

Discipleship is more than just a Bible study. It’s about growing spiritually. This can be done through a number of ways like intentional discussions, Bible studies, DVD series, and accountability but most important is determining how the things learnt can be lived out in our day-to-day lives. Learning is good but living it out is the key to discipleship.

Ministry

Groups should be seeking to meet the needs of others who are both in the group and out of it. Cook a meal for someone in your group, as a group put together a grocery hamper for someone you know who is struggling, pray for your group members regularly, baby sit a couples kids one night so they can go out.

Evangelism

Home groups are a great place to be praying intentionally for neighbours, friends and family as well as organising social events that are easier to invite non-Christian people to than church. It’s hard to invite non-Christians to church but a social event where you can be assured there won’t be any spiritual turn offs are a great way to reach lost people.

Worship

We need to work at cultivating times of worship in our small groups during which we focus on God’s presence and express our love through song, prayer, praise and other experiences. One way of doing this is getting group members to share life testimonies and then spend time in prayer thanking God for the person and what he has done in their life.

Happy HomeGrouping!

Pete

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CAP Money 3 week Course Commencing 7:30pm Wednesday 2nd July

Budget. Save. Spend. TOWARDS BELIEF 5 week Series Commencing Sunday 3rd August

3:30 – 5pm

Pastor Neale Proellocks

Addressing the tough questions about suffering, homosexuality, abuse and more.

Workplace Breakfasts

7am 9th August Educators Cost $5


Senior Pastor Dale White 0419 756 469

7.30pm @ HumeRidge

Thursday 19th June Women of All Ages Welcome

Pastor – Outreach Neale Proellocks 0419 737 950 Pastor – Youth Ross Savill 0411 201 227 Pastor – Young Adults & Children Chris England 0413 580 012 Youth Workers Lauren England, Jamie Patikura 4635 0350 Children’s Worker Karina Windolf 4635 0350 Pastor – Communications Natalie Roy 0409 393 439

Chat@ Chat’s

Pastor – Worship & Strategic Planning Brendon Walmsley 0419 654 548 Pastor – Home Groups Peter Millican 0407 940 005 Minister Emeritus Bruce Armstrong 4635 9885 CAP Centre 0498 188 840 Mosaic Community Services 4635 3534 Email mosaictmba@gmail.com

Chat @ Chat’s 9:30am – 11am in Chat’s Cafe 27th June & 25th July Welcoming All Ladies Come As You Can Leave As You Must

PHONE 07 4635 0350 FAX 07 4635 4674 EMAIL admin@humeridgechurch.org WEBSITE www.humeridgechurch.org ADDRESS 461 - 469 Hume Street Toowoomba Q 4350 PO Box 7564 Toowoomba South Q 4350 OFFICE HOURS 8:30am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday www.facebook.com/HumeRidge

Golden Eagles June Luncheon 11:15am Wednesday 18th June

Regents on the Lake $18 for 2 course meal

Editor Natalie Roy { e: communications@humeridgechurch.org } Design Kristy Fielder { www.blackcanvas.com.au } Photography Zara England { www.zarajane.com.au }


Transformed Magazine June and July 2014  

HumeRidge Church of Christ's Transformed Magazine for June and July, 2014