Today as part of National Reconciliation Week the Christian Super team heard from Aboriginal Christian Leader and CEO for Christian Justice movement, Common Grace, Brooke Prentis. Brooke GAICD, CA, BCom, BA, Grad Cert Theology is a descendant of the Wakka Wakka peoples and is also is coordinator of the Grasstree Gathering, which gathers and equips … Read more Brooke Prentis – National Reconciliation Week 2020
We’re excited to share that Christian Super Members will now have free access to an extensive, online media library called RightNow Media! It’s like the “Netflix of Faith-Based Videos” and has a HUGE library of videos that you can access whenever and wherever. You can view it on your phone, iPad, computer, or at home … Read more RightNow Media
Easter is that special time of the year when we remember the all that Jesus Christ won for us through His death and resurrection. That moment in history is what we as believers put our faith and trust in, and during these challenging times of COVID-19 this is a source of renewed hope for many. … Read more Our Team’s Thoughts and Prayers for Easter 2020
Consumerism has become the idol of our age For followers of Jesus in Australia today, there are two stories about the ‘good life’ battling for our hearts and minds. Our culture’s story says that happiness comes through the accumulation of more stuff. By contrast, the Christian story invites us to be content in the grace … Read more Consumed Campaign Calls Christians to Embrace The Good Life Instead of Over-Consumption
At our recent Global Generosity Roundtable event, we caught up with Dr. Amy L. Sherman who is the Senior Fellow at the Sagamore Institute. She shared some insights on how Christians can best honour God with their giving as well as their investments. Some of her key points are: Wise financial stewardship involves advancing God’s … Read more Honouring God with our charitable giving and with our investments – Dr. Amy L. Sherman
Young people are one of our country’s most vulnerable groups, experiencing an alarming rate of homelessness in Australia. Churches of Christ in Queensland’s Youth CONNECT program, a Christian Super Impact Investment, is a Queensland-based program dedicated to supporting 15 to 25 years olds who are at risk of homelessness upon exiting statutory care. In 2016-2017 … Read more How your Super helps Youth CONNECT in Australia
Guest post by Brad Formsma Pray. Discern. Act. Prayer is the best place to start. One of my favourite prayers to begin each day is Lord, help me see and hear where and to whom to give. It’s the first step in aiming my heart toward Him. I also find inspiration from characters like Cornelius … Read more How do we make decisions about allocating the resources that God has entrusted to us?
Here at Christian Super we are about to celebrate the most important Christian festival of the year- Easter. We celebrate when Jesus died to take the punishment for all of our sin, and then rose again to show he had triumphed over death. So what do we do in our office to share this message … Read more Free hot cross buns!
By Abel Pomar. This is an excerpt from our free eBook Purposeful Living Most of the decisions we make throughout the day involve money on some level. How we use money bears eternal significance. Maybe that’s why God’s Word provides more guidance on how we handle our money and resources than on nearly any other … Read more Visionary Investing Begins with the Great Commission – Abel Pomar
What does an Aussie Christian look like? Watch this short video to see some of the diversity of churches and people you will find all across our beautiful country. “It’s not our differences that define us, its our love. We are believers, we are mates, we are Aussie Christians.” Brought to you by Christian Super, … Read more What does an Aussie Christian look like?