Inclusion Leads To Blessing

In 2022 MST will offer a subject that everyone should do, say Dr Lindsey Gale and Dr Nathan Grills. Gale and Grills, drawing on expert input from theologians and people with lived experience of disability, will teach the unit ‘Disability and the People of God’. It’s a unit that can bring a student to a […]

Calling and Obedience

Two Women talking at Worldview, Tasmania

Are you waiting for God’s call, or is God waiting for your obedience? This is an interesting question particularly as we consider how language about one’s “calling” has attracted a certain nuance regarding our expectations in our relationship with God. We speak of being called into ministry or being called as a missionary as if it were a vocation limited to a select few.

God’s Holy People

A group of MST students sitting in the library

We have been focusing this year on two themes during our chapel gatherings, both of which have continued to lodge in my mind for further reflection. We have considered the fruit of the Spirit and the way God does His work of personal transformation during our teaching chapels. We have learned that each of the […]

A Task Unfinished

Indian people standing in line in India

“After this I saw a vast crowd, too great to count, from every nation and tribe and people and language, standing in front of the throne and before the lamb… and they were shouting with a great roar, “Salvation comes from our God who sits on the throne and from the Lamb!”” Revelation 7:9-10 Using […]

Wise Growth

Marathon Runners

The Gospel of Jesus and Christian Celebration in 1 Corinthians 1 The glitter has settled on the 2018 Commonwealth Games, and all we have now are fast-fading memories of close contests and come-from-behind victories in the pool, on the track and in the velodrome. Judged by the wisdom of the leather lounge, there seems no […]