Category Archives: Rev Wayne Schuller

Hallelujah! What A Saviour! Easter 2016

At BAC we are a community of fallen people redeemed by a great Saviour: Guilty, vile, and helpless we; Spotless Lamb of God was He; “Full atonement!” can it be? Hallelujah! What a Saviour! Easter is our anthem and our … Continue reading

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Christian Jargon Words Explained

In general it is loving to avoid jargon words – we want visitors and those investigating the Christian faith to understand our church services and messages. Jargon words may also communicate a sense of exclusion or spiritual inferiority. However, sometimes … Continue reading

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Making the Most of Easter

It is easy to take Easter for granted. It is embedded into Australian culture. Even our public school terms are based around it. I remember being in the Middle East in Easter 2014, and apart from inside the churches, the … Continue reading

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If You Could Know God Personally, Would You Be Interested?

This is a great hypothetical question to ask friends and family. If God were to make himself available and knowable, would you be open to knowing him? Each November in previous years we have conducted doorknocking surveys of households around … Continue reading

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Being Faithful in Dry Seasons

Many if not all Christians struggle with seasons of spiritual dryness, where we lack joy and natural zeal for God and our love for Christ seems cold. These are a very normal part of living as a creature with emotions … Continue reading

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