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The collaboration of Peter and Paul

“They were very different characters, and that may actually be the major piece of wisdom we take away from this reflection. As we collaborate, we each have to be our own selves, rather than seeking to fit in with how other people expect us to think, act or worship…Their life experiences were about as different as two Jewish men could be during the time of the Roman Empire,” says The Very Rev’d Dr Greg Jenks

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St Bart's Kids eBook – 1 Corinthians 3.1-9

Check out the latest scripture e-books from Resource Church St Bart’s, Toowoomba, which adapt Old and New Testament scriptures for young children, including this one titled, ‘God’s Fellow Workers’ from 1 Corinthians 3.1-9

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St Bart's Kids eBook – Ephesians 5.1-20

Check out the latest scripture e-books from Resource Church St Bart’s, Toowoomba, which adapt Old and New Testament scriptures for young children, including this one about Ephesians 5.1-20 which says, “Lead a life of love, just as Christ did. He loved us. He gave himself up for us.”

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St Bart's Kids eBook – Ephesians 3.2-12

Check out the latest scripture e-books from Resource Church St Bart’s, Toowoomba, which adapt Old and New Testament scriptures for young children, including this one about Ephesians 3.2-12 which says, “Through Jesus and through faith in Jesus we can approach God. We can come to him freely. We can come to him without fear.”

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Legomation eBook: Ephesians 3.16-21

Year 6 student and St Bart’s Kids parishioner Elijah Ryan put together this ingenious ‘God’s Word The Movie’. This is another clever and inspiring children’s ministry video from Resource Church St Bart’s, Toowoomba – check out the many others online

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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