On this page, you will find a variety of resources. These include links to websites, audio files from public lectures and seminars that have been held at Crossway College, and other items as appropriate.
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GEN12 - ONE DAY MISSIONS CONFERENCE:
Gen12 is a one Day Missions Conference in Brisbane to engage, educate and excite young adults about world mission. The day consists of teaching, music and prayer as well as seminars led by specialists.
Please note that the audio files have not been edited in any form and are a straight recording of the session.
ERIC LIDDELL LECTURE ON MISSIONS:
Eric Liddell was a Scottish Olympian and missionary to China. He worked in China from 1925 until his death in 1945. His life remains a paragon of faithful service, evangelistic fervour and true Christian discipleship. In his honour and for God's glory, Crossway College has established an annual lecture on mission with specific focus on its biblical basis, theology and practice.
In July 2012, this lecture was presented by international speaker Rev. Dr. Graham Cole. The title of this year's lecture is "A churchless engagement with a Christless world: 1 Peter and Mission". Dr Cole is a former Principal of Ridley College in Melbourne, and is now Anglican Professor of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University in Alabama, USA.
Please click here to download the audio file (59MB).
Please note that the audio file has not been edited in any form and is a straight recording of the lecture.
In July 2011, this lecture was presented by Prof. Lynn Cohick of Wheaton College on Friday 15 July at Crossway College. Lynn is the author of several books such as Ephesians (2009), Women in the World of the Earliest Christians (2008), and is co-author of The New Testament in Antiquity (2009). Lynn has taught for a number of years at the Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology in Kenya. Lynn is married to Jim and has two children.
Please click here to download the text of the lecture (200KB).
GOSPELIZERS CONFERENCE (April 2012):
How a 2,000 year old message affects Aussies in 2012.
DVD Video sets (6 discs) are available for purchase, through the College Office for just $20 per set (includes P&H and GST). Please note that the video files have not been edited in any form and are a straight recording of the session.
Speakers this year included...
Please note that the audio files have not been edited in any form and are a straight recording of the session. Also, there were a couple of minor disruptions to recording during the sessions by Alan Stanley and Jim Gibson, each resulting in the loss of a small amount of audio.
GOSPELIZERS CONFERENCE (April 2011):
How a 2,000 year old message affects Aussies in 2011.
*Gospelizers* is a conference designed to empower Christian leaders for gospel ministry, and to promote the gospel in Christian churches.
The conference was held in April 2011, and included a line up of great speakers including...
The audio files from these lectures may now be downloaded by clicking on the links below...
CRAIG KEENER VISIT(April 2011):
The recent visit of Rev. Dr. Craig Keener to Crossway College in April 2011, was greatly appreciated by all who attended his lectures.
To download the audio file from his lecture titled "The Reliability of the Gospels", please click here (file size = 85MB).
To download the audio file from his lecture titled "The Spirit in the Gospel of John", please click here (file size = 150MB).
CHAPEL SERMON: Please click here to donload the MP3 audio file of Mike Bird's sermon on Galatians titled "3 Crucifixions".
MICHAEL RAITER - CHRISTIAN WORSHIP - ORIENTATION SEMINAR (Wednesday 8 February, 2012):
Please click on the links below to download the audio files from the seminar...
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