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2014 programme

6 December, 2013 - 16:06

The 2014 city woman programme will be available early in the new year. Have a refreshing and relaxing break over the Christmas and New Year period. See you in 2014!

One Shot at Life

25 October, 2013 - 12:17

Life is too short to waste. How can we have a life that counts?

Tuesday 5th November - 7 to 8.30pm - Guylian Cafe, The Rocks - Tickets $27 (includes chocolate dessert platter)

Kirstie Ross is someone who likes to make the most out of life. Born in Rugby in the UK, Kirstie has travelled to many interesting places in the world, sails on Sydney Harbour, and sings in a chorus of a musical society. She is the Compliance Controller at Johnson and Johnson. Kirstie didn't grow up a Christian. She made the decision to become one in her early 30s after much careful consideration. Six years later, she is still convinced it was the best decision of her life.

Kirstie is in a great position to explain how to have a life that counts. Especially for those interested in finding out how faith in Jesus fits into that, and makes all the difference.

Life is too short to waste...definitely justifies a chocolate indulgence night!

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Work Matters

1 July, 2013 - 13:44

Some thoughts on why work matters...

“I am finding it very helpful to think through the reasons why I work as a lawyer.   So much of work involves humdrum tasks and I find it quite unsatisfying for my main motivation to work to be to pay the mortgage or as a way to find mental stimulation rather than staying at home with my baby.  In reflecting upon what my work is for I have realised it is part of a much bigger picture which is not primarily about me, but about serving others by contributing to the legal order underpinning the justice system.  When I was at school and uni I originally wanted to go into law to help people, but had completely lost sight of that until now.” - Vicki

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