Growing In Love From The Heart

Who Are We?

As Kerygma Australia, we believe that loving from the heart matters, whether it has to do with:

  • Relationship with God
  • Relationships as couples & families
  • Relationships within the church family
  • Relationships for a better world

So, we seek to grow and empower others to grow in these spheres of relationships.

We invite you to join us on this journey of growing in love from the heart.

Kerygma Australia is a branch of ‘Kerygma’ and a part of the ‘YWAM’ global family of ministries. In Australia, ‘YWAM Canberra’ is our home community.

Join Us for An Upcoming Opportunity

‘The Exploring Marriage Course’ Online

For couples who are exploring the possibility of marriage, living together, already engaged, or are newly-married for less than 2 years. It’s a series of 5 sessions, designed to help couples build strong foundations for your future by equipping you with the attitudes & practical skills you will need.

Join us in Prayer

Through the year, we will highlight different opportunities to join us in prayer. Please take a moment to click on the button below, to learn more about our current prayer focus and how you can pray with us. You might want to take these points for prayer, into your times of Intercession or Adoration.

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Food For Your Heart

The Danger of A Single Story

In this TedTalk, novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice – and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding. I find there are some key truths /principles in this talk, which also apply to other discussions which are currently happening in our world.

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Unity in Diversity

We’ve just celebrated Pentecost Sunday and I am reminded of the kind of unity that the Holy Spirit brings in our relationships, as we open ourselves to His work in our hearts. The distinctive mark of the Holy Spirit is NOT oppressive unity, NOR conflictual diversity, but Unity in Diversity.

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An Anointed Leader to Bring Us All Together

Today begins the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. It’s a whole week dedicated to praying Jesus’ prayer at the Last Supper: “That they may all be one, as you, Father, are in me and I in you” (John 17:21). What better way to begin this week than with a reading about a king anointed to unify God’s people?

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