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REMEMBERING THE PAKISTANI MARYTRS

In loving memory of  all those who lost their lives on Easter Day, when suicide bombers killed 80 and Injured 300 in Lahore Pakistan, a service will be held on Saturday 16 April at 6.30 pm in All Saints Urdu-Hindi Church, 466 Glenferrie Road Kooyong, praying for the bereaved families. Bishop Philip Huggins will preach.

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This Saturday: One Day in Melbourne—Evangelicals Online

'One Day in Melbourne—Evangelicals Online' (conference) on this Saturday 16 April 2016 is a one-day gathering for editors, writers, designers, social media mavens, authors, bloggers, self-publishers—anyone in Christian media whose aim is to maximise the Gospel.

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The day has a triple co-host: (1) New Life; (2) Well-Being Australia's - Press Service International (85 young writers writing for Christian Today Australia) and (3) the venue donation—the Salvation Army headquarters in Blackburn.

It’s free—there is no charge. Every one of the five professional speakers is giving their time to aid Christian outreach and mission. And the lunch has been donated. The program is industrial with an evangelical philosophy.

Plus "C.A.R.D. - Christian Article Registry Depository" is giving every attendee a free 12 month entry and the Whitsundays "Laguna Quays Respite" cottage for missionaries and pastors is giving every attendee a free 6 day visit without the need for any donation.

The philosophy is to provide a top of-the-line presentation to the forgotten Christian media:

         Missionary/mission publication editors/bloggers/self-publishers.

        Delegates might fly into Melbourne for the 11.00am start, and with a 4.30pm finish they can meet family or friends before flying home on the last flight—some may even stay over. It's a fresh paradigm. "Only" one day in Melbourne!