Welcometo our WebsitePlease take a few moments to familiarize yourself with it.•Our Summary of Beliefs are a brief outline of our way of life as we take our inspiration and direction from Scripture in all things pertaining to life and godliness - 2 Peter 1:3•You are invited to explore those beliefs and our way of life through the written word contained in various Anabaptist Mennonite publications in ourMennonite LiteratureThese publications come from like-minded brethren in Canada and the USA.•Our own monthly publication “The Australian Anabaptist” is available free of charge by direct subscription via our“Contact Page” •You may also listen to a wide selection of audio messages on a wide range of scriptural issues from Conservative Mennonite fellowships on ourGeneral Sermons and Revival Meetingspages. All are downloadable MP3 and additional messages are available by request from ourMP3 catalogue•Messages have been arranged in categories where possible although some overlap of subject matter may occur in individual messages. •We have also included some useful links to other Conservative Anabaptist Mennonite websites and publishers.It is our sincere prayer that you may find a blessing for your life as you explore the Anabaptist faith through this website.We welcome you back for further visits as our website is regularly updated and welcome any comments or questions that you may have.Christian Publishers Catalogues available on our BookNookpage.Direct Links to Major References:1.Complete Works of Menno Simons2.Martyrs Mirror - Thieleman J van Braght3.Writings of the Ante-Nicene FathersIndexes for various publications, availabe MP3 sermons and Transcribed sermons available on our Index pageNew Web LinkSince 2009 an annual Anabaptist Identity Conference has been sponsored by churches holding to the Anabaptist faith - messages are available atwww.anabaptistslive.org The following information is taken from the 2015 Anabaptist Identity Conference Schedule.“The birth of the vision for The Anabaptist Identity Conference was to awaken the conscience and arrest the alarming desertion of our people from radical Christianity.”Mission Statement1. To propose the truth of the good news of Jesus (gospel) in subjects that are relevant for our times.2. To hold forth the ancient faith of those who've gone before us as examples for ourselves.3. To provide a forum where questions can be asked without fear of reprisal.4. To be too conservative for the liberals and too liberal for the conservatives hoping thereby to stir up the apathy that each camp contains.5. A forum to be able to think outside the box and question that which we've been told.6. To assist Anabaptist groups in strengthening the things that remain and sending them back to their camps to build up and encourage.7. To provoke Anabaptist groups to thoughtful consideration of Biblical truths lacking in their individual congregational settings.8. To provide fellowship for conservative Anabaptist groups.9. To respect all groups, bashing no one, and not encouraging sheep stealing but rather encouraging a building up of the church of Jesus.Revival Meetings on Revival Meetings Page Regular Updates:General Sermons29 March1. Palm Sunday MeditationsThe week before His crucifixion Jesus was welcomed into Jerusalem by the crowd as the Son of David implying that they recognised Him as King and yet a few days later the crowd were crying “Crucify Him, Crucify Him!” From Adulation to Repudiation in a very short time and should we not consider that when we give way to our carnal nature and sin against God that we are doing the same?2. The Place of CalvaryIt is the place where Christ died for all sinners and the place where He shed His blood so sinners could be made whole. Are we willing to take our carnal nature to our own personal Calvary and crucify it and live in newness of life?22 March1. CommitmentThroughout life we may make many commitments, some with good outcomes and some not but there is one commitment which supercedes all others in benefits and that is to Christ and His ways. The story of Ruth is one example of that in Scripture.2. Fellowship in the GospelFellowship is not confined to those who follow Christ, there are many fellowships we can be aligned with but fellowship in the Gospel crosses all boundaries of class, occupation, race etc. as others do not.Sunday School Lesson - Published Weekly February, March, April 2015Lesson 1 - God’s Design for His ChurchLesson 2 - God’s Workmanship-The ChurchLesson 3 - God’s Eternal Purpose For His ChurchLesson 4 - A Worthy Walk in Church LifeLesson 5 - A Worthy Walk in Personal LifeLesson 6 - A Worthy Walk in Family & Business LifeLesson 7 - The Christian’s WarfareLesson 8 - Magnifying ChristLesson 9 - Possessing the Mind of ChristMennonite Publications 2015March Issue: The Australian Anabaptist Pulpit ExchangeEastern Mennonite TestimonyDisclaimer: The contents of the various messages, publications and other materials available via this website are the responsibility of the speaker and or publishers of those messages. 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