In a single moment in time, relationships can be torn apart.
On Tuesday 25 October 2016 the lives of four people sharing the joy of a ride at Dreamworld tragically ended. As a result, relationships suddenly ended, families were forever changed, and millions of Australians were shocked and saddened.Read more
We want to pray for you
We really do believe prayer is essential to connecting us with God. So every November, we dedicate the month to blessing you by praying specifically for you!
If you would like us to pray for you and bring your needs and concerns to our Heavenly Father, please let us know how we can pray for you. One of our Board members, Ministry Coordinators or staff members will be interceding for you every day of November. You can be assured that your request will be kept strictly confidential.
Whether you have only just come to know of PeaceWise this year, or you have been a peacemaker at heart for some time, don't miss out on the opportunity to reconnect with other peacemakers for encouragement, prayer and learning. We love to see familiar faces and are just as delighted to welcome new friends. The hubs are small, friendly gatherings with plenty of opportunity to share peacemaking stories or you can just listen, ask questions and learn. Come along and join us - even if you haven't been to one of our trainings! If you have any questions or want to know more about hubs please click here or feel free to contact us.
PeaceWise training @ Tuggeranong Baptist Church (ACT) in November
If you missed the earlier training in Canberra this year, Tuggeranong Baptist Church, Kamba, ACT warmly invites anyone who would like to learn about dealing with conflicts from a Christian perspective to join them for a life-changing day of Personal Peacemaking training on Saturday 19 November.
This is your very last chance to get trained in Personal Peacemaking in 2016! So act now and receive this practical and inspirational teaching from one of our most gifted trainers - Wendy Konemann.
"None of us know when we might live our last day, and each day we have is one day closer to our Lord Jesus Christ returning, so we constantly everyone to make peace with each other and with God without delay."
The Dreamworld tragedy brings the urgency of dealing with any unresolved conflicts or broken relationships in our lives that much closer to home.
With Christmas approaching, I encourage you to seek to make peace in your relationships wherever you can. Why not come to a hub for help? Or, why not ask us to pray for youthis month?
We consider it our privilege to serve and support you in your ongoing journey towards peace with others and peace with God.