Category Archives: Rev Wayne Schuller

The Heart of Anglicanism – Sufficiency of the Cross

The Anglican church is a Protestant church born out of the 16th century Reformation. Critical was the understanding of the sufficiency of the work of Christ on the cross. The 39 articles teach: Article 31 The Offering of Christ once … Continue reading

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The Romans Road

In our Confirmation classes our youth pastor Peter Noble recently reminded me of the famous Romans road. It is a simple way of remembering the gospel in a few verses from Romans: “For all have sinned and fallen short of … Continue reading

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The Church Missionary Society

Not everyone at BAC will be familiar with the Church Missionary Society. They are an evangelical missions society of the Anglican church both here in Melbourne and around the world. They have a long standing record of depth and quality … Continue reading

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Romans and the Significance of Christian Community

It is a delight for our church to work together through this great New Testament book. Romans is famous for outlining with great clarity the way of salvation in Christ. As we progress in the second half we are entering … Continue reading

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Growing in Christ Together

Our BAC vision and values statement has the first value as ‘Growing in Christ’. I have no greater prayer and passion than this! What specifics do I have in mind? Firstly, I hope we are joyfully knowing Christ better. God’s … Continue reading

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