anglican focus

The news site of the Anglican Church Southern Queensland: nourishing and connecting our faith community

FormedFaith

Features Features

Flat-packed furniture and faith

“Members of the earliest Christian communities had to wrestle with their understanding of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, and so do we. Modern Christians encounter challenges that would blow first century minds, and it is careful use of reason that allows us to interpret scripture and tradition in ways that continue to inform, encourage and communicate the Gospel to 21st century people,” says Fiona Hammond from St Francis College

Features Features

Hey, can you please explain ‘TikTokers’ to me?

“Research shows that when a child is named, intentionally included and encouraged by five adults in a church congregation, they will start to feel at home in their parish community,” says St Francis College’s Fiona Hammond, while suggesting a number of helpful conversation kick-starter questions

Features

Faith Actually

“Many theologians have come up with various models for how faith develops, but one in particular caught my attention a few years ago. It still manages to be helpful in my day-to-day understanding of faith, the Church, ministry and just about everything,” says Jonathan Sargeant from St Francis College