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Register Today for Q Commons with Os Guinness


The momentum and anticipation is growing for Friday September 25th, 2015, when people from our community will come together for our Q Commons BRISBANE event.


Watch this 2-minute video to see what Q Commons is all about and check out the event website to see the complete details on our local expression:


Some of the most respected thought leaders (Os Guinness, Dr. Caroline Leaf, Mayor Aja Brown, Dr. Kent Brantly) will join with practitioners from the BRISBANE area to deliver six 9 and 18 –minute talks tailored for us—Christian leaders intent on contributing to the common good of BRISBANE.

We will convene at Citipointe Christian College and enjoy a great evening of learning, conversation and meeting others who share the same passion for helping BRISBANE flourish. Space is filling up, so register here for only $39.50 plus GST ($33.50 plus GST for married couples) to confirm your participation.


P.S. Please share this invitation and video trailer with other like-minded friends who would be interested in this conversation. We rely on word of mouth invitations to intentionally spread the word and ensure the right people are included in the room.


Q Commons –presentations:

1.    “Getting Along Despite Difference”: Os Guinness, Author and Social Critic

2.    “Mental Health”: Dr Caroline Leaf, Cognitive Neuroscientist and Author

3. Panel Discussion – The Value of Human Life

·         Dr Kent Brantly, Ebola Doctor and Author

·         Aja Brown, Mayor of Compton, California

·         Other Presenters TBD


     4. “Developing Community in Brisbane as a New World City”: Marcus Mulholland, Strategic Planning Manager, Brisbane City Council (local speaker)


     5. “Building Bridges for Community between Christians and Muslims”: Dave Andrews, Writer and Christian Community Worker (local speaker)


     6. “Making Friends With Refugees and Asylum Seekers”: Leanne Rogers, Christian Community Worker (local speaker)



Faith Baptist Christian School - Annual Report 2014

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Our annual Leaders’ Retreat is being held from the 14th – 17th July 2015 at the Mercure Gold Coast Resort, Palm Meadows Drive, Carrara QLD 4211. 

The theme for 2015 is “The Great Conversation”

In an age of massive social change and upheaval, how can Christian Education make its contribution?


John Stonestreet will be our keynote speaker.


Further information can be accessed on the attached Program and Registration Form.


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ACS One Day Conferences on Tuesday 14th July 2015:


ACS is hosting their annual One Day Conferences for school leaders at the Mercure Gold Coast Resort, Palm Meadows Drive Carrara QLD 4211. 


Specifically these events include:  

  • One Day Conference for Developing Leaders


  • One Day Conference for Board members, Principals and Business Managers: Please note that this is a combined strategic planning event focussing on future intent for schools.


  • One Day Conference for Heads of Primary


  • One Day Conference for Heads of Secondary and INSPIRE Network meeting. INSPIRE stands for Inspiration, Network, Service, Professionalism, Ideas, Engagement.


    Further information is attached


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1 Who we are: A Friendship of Christian Believers Engaged in Education

ACS was founded by a group of Principals of Christian Schools who strongly desired to be loosely coupled together as peers engaged in similar roles. We wanted to meet together to talk and share, but without any sense of control from a central body, or any requirement for all members to think in the same way about various issues –not only educational issues, but issues of faith as well. We also wanted to create opportunities for our staff and Boards to be able to do the same.

In fact, our independence and essential differences are what makes this association of Christian Schools unique. We choose to celebrate our differences, but demonstrate our unity in Christ. Some of our schools are connected with stand-alone churches, others with traditional denominations, others are completely independent.

The core essential of our requirement for membership is that a member school be committed to the Christian Gospel as expressed in the Bible and in the heritage of Christian churches through the centuries. We recognise and welcome the fact that there will be different expressions of faith, but all of them centred on the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

We see ourselves as a Kingdom Community bound together by our faith in Jesus Christ for the purpose of improving education.

Whose education? Well, without trying to sound arrogant, we sincerely hope that through the influence of trusting relationships, we might influence schools and systems beyond our immediate membership. It is our hope that schools across Australia, and even in other parts of the world will be improved as we share and learn together. We humbly hope to do this through:


sharing knowledge about how schools work best;

supporting all schools, not just our own members but all schools with whom we come in contact;

serving each other in our membership body according to need.


2  What do we Believe? We promote and engage in Christian thinking, believing that such thinking will produce a better world.

As an association, we will try to develop Leaders of Thinking in Christian education.

We believe that Christianity is a reasonable faith, capable of withstanding rigorous intellectual enquiry, but working out its practice through compassionate action to a secular society.

Our students will be encouraged to pursue knowledge for the purpose of demonstrating the light of Jesus Christ in a dark world.

We believe that the revelation of Jesus Christ in the Bible is the ultimate revelation of God to mankind, and that the person and work of Jesus Christ is sufficient foundation on which to base a fair, just, peaceful, intellectual, artistic, healthy and functional society. Such a society would be a joyful and fun place to be.

3  What do we do? We promote the Improvement of Society by the development of Christian Educational Communities.

We endeavour to assist to build a better Christian society, specifically through the work of Christian education.  We will know we have achieved this when the best scientists, the best artists, the best politicians, the best business people, the best mothers and fathers are those who have chosen to live their lives, and practise their professions according to Christian standards and faith.

The most effective educational communities are those which produce excellent outcomes – not just as measured by academic league tables, but by any measure of excellence. We try to encourage all Christian educational communities to produce excellent outcomes.

By creating and managing the very best schools in the nation, we will more logically influence government to support and encourage the growth of Christian education.

4  How do we relate to society? We endeavour to present relationships, attitudes and viewpoints that will influence others towards a Christian Worldview.

Through friendships and relationships we endeavour to have a positive Christian influence on society. Sometimes, argument and debates are important, too, but without relationship, these can merely be divisive. We will try to change our society for good, by all these means.

As an Association, we attempt to ‘create space’ politically, economically and socially in which our members may be active in developing relationships and exerting influence.

We are committed to the idea that both Christian education and society in general are best served when our Christian faith and practice are credible, attractive and welcoming.


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