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During our New Years Even prayer meeting in 2017 we had discussed between us some of the difficulties and hardships of 2017. The Lord was with us, but it had been hard work. Many of us felt that the year behind contained many lessons and much learning for us, and that along with that season, that a new period lay ahead. Not just in that prayer meeting, but ever since, there is real sense of hope and optimism for 2018. The word that best describes what we believe and feel is 'opportunity.'

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The Bible tells us in Galatians 3:28 that there is “no jew or greek” if we are in Christ. Additionally there is no male or female, slave or free either. The things that identify us as temporary residents in this world, are replaced by a new identify in Christ.

If you were going to ask the question, “what nation do I belong to?” You would have to consider that actually we belong to the kingdom of God. Our identity isn’t found in being Australian, Indonesian, or any type of Asian, Indian or African. Our identity is as children of God.

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2017 has been a year with many positives. The launching of our online apostolic school is an example of that, as well as much travel to many nations, a great apostolic summit, and many lives touched and changed through both prayer and ministry.

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A new years is almost on us, and many ministries are now considering their calendars and plans for 2018. Don’t forget to include a visit to Rockhampton for the annual Australian Apostolic

Summit.

This year (2017) marked 20 years of great summits, and we started on a theme “The Government of Christ” exploring ideas of true apostolic authority. That theme continues into 2018.

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As a child I remember a plaque in our home which stated "For God so loved the world that He didn't send a committee." That is a humorous thought and yet behind it lies a great truth revealing to us the compassion and mercy of our God.

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David Hood from Peace Apostolic Ministries has just returned from Myanmar after having spent several weeks of ministry there. Pictured is a group of attendees at an apostolic school just two weeks ago.

Myanmar is a developing nation that has been through many changes in recent years, and most importantly, the grace of God is taking hold and the kingdom is growing.

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Lloyd Gill has just spent the last few weeks in Africa ministering in Tanzania and then Kenya. The gospel is flourishing in sub-saharan Africa, and non more evident in these nations. The gospel is beginning to take a foothold in the top half of Africa too, as prayer has an effect, and other factors like terrorism turn the thoughts of muslim people to look for alternatives.

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500 years ago today, Martin Luther nailed his 95 thesis to the door of the castle church at Wittenburg in Saxony, Germany and sparked years of turmoil and angst in Christianity. Behind it all actually, God was at work, and although we have looked bank at reformers like Zwingli, Calvin, Luther, Melancthon and others, the truth is that God was and still is the Chief Reformer.

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The last two weeks John and a ministry team has been in Europe visiting Swizterland, and England for ministry.
In the photo above is John preaching with a translator in a conference in Spiez, Swizterland.

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Evan Roberts, the famous Welsh revivalist was once asked what was the secret to revival. His reply was that "there is no secret", but "It is only ask and receive." Another way of saying it is that prayer is the "secret" of revival.

As believers we desire to see the salvation of those around us, but we think there is some other way of changing the world around us. We try good music in church, air conditioned buildings, great programs, discipleship systems, wonderful websites, charity fundraisers... the list goes on.

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