New Creation Teaching Ministry

In February 2013, New Creation Teaching Ministry closed.  It had begun with a vision of a group of eager Christian people at Victor Harbor in 1973. It closed—as the time seemed right—even though hundreds, of all ages, were yet attending the annual Summer Schools, and yearly Ministry schools and classes.  People involved continue to be  enthusiastic people, gladly under the Lordship of Christ, for all that is next to come.

The fruit of this NCTM ministry [of many people] continues now in new ways in new places, among new people.  Just as a grain of wheat falls into the ground and dies, and then bears much fruit as it bursts through the soil, so too as one very significant ministry closes, the wonder of new life will burst forth – bringing new life.

The Ministry of Rev. Dr. Geoffrey Bingham has been so much appreciated by many people all over the world.  His work continues to be a blessing to many.  He had sufficient faults, to hopefully prevent hero-idolatry. And he had many great insights and joys, so as to warrant further enjoyment of such good things.

He helped many of us—myself included—to hear the gospel message clearly, to know the once crucified, now risen, ascended, reigning Jesus—the Christ—well. And so, to know God as Father, through the coming and indwelling, and ongoing ministry of the Holy Spirit.  The many books and videos continue to be available, but online. This resource will draw attention to many of those – and other matters too.

My posts will be erratic and a bit random. But keep looking, for I hope to draw your attention to great matters for a growing faith, an informed hope and for living from and in, agape love.  Blessings, in Christ the Lord of all.

Cheers. Trevor

Largs Bay, South Australia.

 

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About Trevor

I lived at Myponga South, in South Australia, until I was 5. I started year one at Myponga Primary School when I was 4. I loved to play rounders, hand-tennis, football, brandy, red-rover cross over, tennis, table tennis, and even softball. I had a crack at cricket for a few years. In my first match I made 4 runs. I could bowl, but the run rate didn't improve much. I attended Willinga High School. Our farm had "almost" the first bulk-milk vat in South Australia. And we even got a cement track so the truck could get up the hill to collect the milk. Enough for now.
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