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How God Grew My Heart for the LRLR

The LRLR vision aims to grow students' hearts for churches, people groups and communities who are 'less reached and less resourced' with the Bible, the Gospel, and Gospel workers. Below are two students'... more
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Growing Spiritually, In Lockdown and Beyond

From August 2-5th, in the final week of the break, over 500 students participated in AnCon: Refresh - Growing spiritually in lockdown and beyond. The AnCon team faced the task of changing an in-person... more
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Reflections on Semester 2: Change is in our DNA

‘What is EU ministry supposed to look like?’, ‘What does it mean to be part of the EU?’, ‘How do we know that we’re on the right track?’ These are questions which come to mind as I begin... more
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A Cure for Lockdown: Lift Your Gaze!

One of the values that the EU has embraced over the last decade is the “less reached and the less resourced” – that is, considering the needs of those who have little or no access to the Gospel, and... more
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Rethinking Lockdown

Once again many parts of Australia find themselves in lockdown. Sydney, in particular, looks like being in some form of lockdown for quite some time. The University administration has announced that... more
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AnCon-line, again?

With the EU’s Annual Conference (AnCon) conducted online in 2020, there was great excitement among the EU to meet in-person for AnCon21. The theme for AnCon this year was planned to be In The... more
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Bible Reading to Believer: Aileen’s Story

Evangelising to our non-Christian friends and inviting them to EU events can seem like a daunting task. At times, it can feel discouraging, awkward, and perhaps a bit pointless - will they ever say yes?... more
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Creating New Communities: Reflections from Student Leaders

The EU’s ministry is shaping up to look significantly different in 2021, as students have returned to on campus meetings with an altered ‘regional day community’ structure. This has brought great joy... more