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The armour of God

“In the Roman legions, a significant portion of their success was attributed to the fact that the soldiers fought in lines, with each soldier protecting the soldier to his left. The true strength of the army was in its collective nature, in the fact that the soldiers could rely on their companions to protect them,” says The Rev’d Andrew Schmidt

The Rev'd Pauline Harley starting day one of her Camino pilgrimage on 25 April 2019 at Saint Jean-Pied-de-Port in south western France
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Cursillo and the Camino de Santiago

“A highlight of my pilgrimage was reaching a place known as Cruz de Ferro, or ‘Iron Cross’…At its base, a rocky mound (now a fair climb up) has been forming over the years. The tradition is to lay a stone, brought from the place of the pilgrim’s origin, at the top of the mound, so I placed a Kiwi stone given to me by my brother just before he died in 2001,” says The Rev’d Pauline Harley on her intertwined Cursillo and Camino journey. See more.

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St Bart's eBible: Ephesians 1.15-23

Hear from some of the young Resource Church St Bart’s, Toowoomba parishioners as they read Ephesians 1.15-23 in this equally adorable and motivating St Bart’s Kids video

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Bill's 'If I should fall in love again', featuring Harrison Craig

It’s the stuff movies are made of: an organ player from Ayr in outback Queensland reunites with a long-lost love in his twilight years. Bill started playing music at 64 and is still trying to learn the piece he wanted to play for his long-lost love Nancy. Hear Bill’s story and watch as he gets a surprise performance of this special song by a show-stopping The Voice Australia winner