Live steaming of the Sunday morning service will commence at 11.00 am (Melbourne)

Live streaming of our Sunday service will commence at 11.00 am (Melbourne)

Live streaming of our Sunday morning service will commence at 11.00 am(Melbourne)

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Session 4 of “COURTS OF HEAVEN” will be live streamed shortly.

Our morning live streaming will start at 10.30am melbourne time.

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Fri 22nd June 7pm
Sat 23rd June 7pm
Sun 24th June 10am and 6pm

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Dear Family and Friends,
I am writing to let you know that we believe that it is our God given right to support our Nation, and inform our members, family and friends of events that are important to us. We should want what is best in the sight of God for this country of ours.
We are entering a time where we might expect to see nation rising against nation, as we have been pre-warned in the book of Matt. Ch. 24. This is a time, more so than ever when we should be taking an interest in world politics, but most importantly, our own.
Why should Gods People bother themselves with Politics? Isn’t it corrupt? Yes exactly! That’s why we should be getting involved. Don’t you think that our Lord who died for us cares about our nation as well? After all it is people that make the nation. When a nation honors God, God honors that nation.
We need strong Godly leaders that are willing to stand firm, speak out and stand up for righteousness in our land of Australia. It would do us well if we took a leaf out of President Donald Trump’s book.

Continue reading ‘A Very Special Message from Pastor Daniel Nalliah’

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SURABAYA, Indonesia – A wave of blasts including a suicide bombing struck outside churches in Indonesia on Sunday, killing at least nine and wounding dozens of others, police said, the latest assault on a religious minority in the world’s biggest Muslim-majority country.

Indonesia, which will begin the holy fasting month Ramadan this week, has been on high alert over attacks by militants, including some incidents claimed by the Islamic State group.

No one has yet claimed responsibility for the Sunday bombings in Indonesia’s second-biggest city Surabaya.

“Nine people are dead and 40 are in hospital,” East Java Police spokesman Frans Barung Mangera told reporters, adding that two police officers were among the injured.

The official death toll climbed from an initial two killed and may include those who succumbed to injuries in hospital. Three separate locations were hit by the bombings around 7:30 am (0030 GMT).

Continue reading ‘Deadly church bombings rock Indonesia’

A few months ago, North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jong-un, was firing missiles over Japan and threatening to send nuclear bombs in our direction.

But last week, the young leader dropped a different kind of surprise on the world: He met with South Korean president Moon Jae-in on April 27 and announced that the 67-year-old Korean conflict is over. “I came here to put an end to the history of confrontation,” Kim Jung-un told Moon in a meeting on the border town of Panmunjom.

“There will be no more war on the Korean peninsula, and a new age of peace has begun,” the two leaders said in a joint statement. Kim Jong-un, who has built the fourth largest army in the world—with 1.19 million soldiers—says he will now focus on rebuilding his country’s shattered economy.

Boom. Just like that, swords were converted into plowshares. The two leaders, all smiles for the cameras, agreed they will denuclearize the Korean peninsula within a year. They also agreed to set up reunions with families that have been divided since the Korean War started in 1950.

Continue reading ‘North Korea Will Open Its Doors to Christianity’

Hassan Nasrallah announced a Hizbullah victory in the Lebanese parliamentary elections that took place on May 6, 2018.
The Lebanese constitution, which is based on the National Pact of 1943, divides the government among the country’s religious sects. Therefore, following the elections, the president will continue to be a Maronite Christian, the prime minister a Sunni Muslim, and the chairman of Parliament a Shiite. However, with regard to the division between 128 members of Parliament, half of whom are Christians and half Muslims, Hizbullah has increased its parliamentary power through pacts with the Shiite Amal Party and the party of President Michel Aoun. The party of Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri is the biggest loser.

Continue reading ‘Hizbullah’s Victory in the Lebanese Parliamentary Elections Completes Iran’s Takeover of the Lebanese State’

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