The Billabong is a community of Jesus followers who meet every Sunday at 10am to celebrate relationship with God. The reason we exist is to promote life in our communities with growing faith, grounded hope and generous love. 

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New Gospel Exploration Blog:
  • The good news about money Money is a point of stress for most people, and yet God intended it to be a powerful tool which we use to serve him and help others. I spoke this morning about money as part of our series called 'WEiRD: Because normal isn't working' but was really only able to scrape the surface of what is a mammoth topic.I've been truly blessed by some fantastic wisdom on biblical use of money, including that of Dave Ramsey. I highly recommend checking out these talks by Dave: you've like to talk about wise ways to handle your finances feel free to give me a call at the office ...
    Posted Sep 16, 2017, 5:18 PM by Luke Williams
  • Gospel based marriages The postal survey on same sex marriage has been a hot topic in recent weeks, and today the high court confirmed that it is going ahead. Its a complicated and challenging issue for Christians, one we shouldn't take lightly.On Sunday the 3rd September I spoke on marriage and family relationships as part of our series 'Weird: because normal isn't working' and admittedly, I was trying to stir the pot! Why? Because I hear a lot of fear in the voices of those wanting traditional marriage to be preserved. "What if we lose our freedoms? What if the gays get their way? We're going to get persecuted!" There's legitimate concerns here, but its very easy for ...
    Posted Sep 6, 2017, 11:43 PM by Luke Williams
  • The way of generosity Its fair to say that Jesus was the most generous person who ever lived. Not only did he give up his life for those he loved, we Christians believe that he gave up privilege, status and power as the second person of the trinity to come and live among humanity where he would be treated like the lowest of the low. In order to reach people no one was reaching, he had to do things no one was doing, and that involved sacrifice. One of the ways he lived was to do everything with generosity. In fact, a generous life is arguably the way of Jesus. If every aspect of our lives were marked with generosity, we would be a ...
    Posted Jul 23, 2017, 6:09 PM by Luke Williams
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Intro video for Feb: Characters in Biblical Narrative