TGC Australia Celebrates National Launch

Tess Holgate | July 24, 2015

More than 1,000 people gathered in the Brisbane City Town Hall last night to formally launch The Gospel Coalition Australia (TGCA). Our website has been live since April with more than 100,000 visitors.

“It was a privilege to be there,” said Marcus Reeves, senior pastor of Crossroads Christian Church in Canberra. “I felt energized by the expression of a positive vision for our country. I feel the timing is right for something like this. There’s a great need for gospel clarity, but also gospel action.”

Gary Millar, the chairman of the Council, introduced TGCA, explaining that Australians are beginning to see the need for Reformed evangelicals to work together. This is just the beginning, he noted. “We’re working out how to serve the church best,” Millar remarked. “We can see multiple ways in which we potentially might serve the church, but we don’t want to duplicate things. We’re aware that the needs of each state and territory are very different.”

Millar urged those gathered to visit the website and to use the growing body of resources there. Members of the Council led in prayer for the nation, asking God for revitalization and renewal across our land, for peace, for growth of gospel…

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