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Cityview Missions Weekend with Katrina Gliddon

Cityview Church Missions Weekend with Katrina Gliddon (Mother’s Heart, Cambodia) starts this Saturday at 9 am and goes through to 11:30 am, with a delicious morning tea. Our Missions Weekend then continues Sunday from 10 am. Come and hear from Katrina and be inspired by the love Mother’s Heart is…

What A Fantastic Weekend!

Cityview Church has been truly blessed to have Pastor Alun Davies (Director of ACC International Missions) ministering to us over the weekend. His challenging message has inspired us all to keep missions central in the life of our church.  In Micah 6:8 it says, ‘He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to…

Cityview Cell Groups Off To A Good Start!

Hebrews 10:24-25 “…and let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another…” The long weekend saw the launching of our new monthly cell groups. All reports have been good reports from singing in the backyard under a Jacaranda tree; to…

Time Spent With Jesus…

It was a very hot summer’s day as I walked my grandchildren around the park. Desperately wanting to leave the sweltering confines of the pram, the oldest grandchild Ezekiel, asked permission to play near the lake. So I parked the pram under a bridge and allowed the boys to dangle their feet in the water – their body temperatures cooled down quickly as they played…

Encouraging Christians

        William Barclay, one of the great Bible commentary writers of last century said, ‘One of the highest human duties is the duty of encouragement… It is easy to laugh at men’s ideals; it is easy to pour cold water on their enthusiasm; it is easy to discourage others. The world is full of discouragers. We have a Christian duty to encourage one…

New Life

I have a very healthy frog pond in my backyard. In spring of last year the motor bike frogs were particularly active around it.  They flirted and called to one another with that distinctive motorbike sound as they sun baked on the rock, perched in the middle of the pond.  Before spring had finished, there was a host of tiny tadpoles swimming and eating the algae on the…
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