David Reay Devotions
David Reay has been an Anglican clergyman for over 30 years and has served in churches on Norfolk Island, Wahroonga, and St Stephens Belrose. His daily devotional emails inspire and encourage people in their jouney of faith.
Tim Keller sermons
A free resource of sermons and lectures that serves as a "resource" for the broader movement of the gospel in the world.
Each week, in the award winning programme Unbelievable, Justin Brierleyasks questions like:
Can Christianity live up to the claims it makes?
Can we trust the Bible?
Why should I believe in Jesus over everything else?
Justin tackles these and other issues on a show that gets Christians and non-believers talking to each other.
Bill Tong - The South African Sausage Dog
On Easter Sunday, David explained to Bill Tong, the South African Sausage Dog, that he doesn't need to be a superhero, for he already has one. click here
Bible Society Australia
The goal of the Bible Society is to translate, publish, distribute and engage people with the Bible.
Bible Society Australia is founded on the belief that when the Bible speaks to people's hearts and minds, the Spirit of God transforms their lives for their own good, the good of their communities and of society at large.
New Wine is a movement of churches working together to change the nation through a network of church leaders, summer conferences, training events and resources.
To see the nation changed through Christians experiencing the joy of worshipping God, the freedom of following Jesus, and the power of being filled with the Spirit.
To see churches renewed, strengthened and planted, living out the word of God in every aspect of life, serving God by reaching the lost, broken and poor, and demonstrating the good news of the Kingdom of God to all.
Sydney Anglicans belong to a network of churches encompassing the Sydney Metropolitan, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands, South Coast and Illawarra areas. The area covered by this network is called a 'diocese'. The diocese is led by the Archbishop of Sydney, assisted by Bishops and the other ministry staff and governed by a 'synod' or church parliament which meets once a year. The way people encounter Sydney Anglicans may be through friends at work or in the community, who will introduce them to a local church. We hope you find a warm welcome at any of the more than 400 Anglican churches or congregations of people across Sydney and the Illawarra.