Belgrave Heights Women’s Convention 2017

Join us as we grapple with issues of identity and how to be Godly in our relationships.

Come and hear great Speakers, Patricia Weerakoon & Deb O’Donnell and many more in our Electives. Evening of Friday 8 September and Saturday 9 September 2017.

Visit for registration details. Click on the following link to download the BHWC_brochure

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Who Do You Follow?

I’m choosing not to spend my time on Twitter! But I am choosing to follow Jesus! Are you?

John Hingley, co-founder of “Dasheroo” which sells business dashboards, writes about what ‘following’ means for Twitter users. His comments make interesting reading when we consider who we are ‘following’ in life.

He says: “Twitter can be overwhelming if you’re not knee-deep in social media land, can’t it? You’re … not really sure how it all works, who to follow, who is following you, what to post, retweet, or reply to…it’s crazy!” To which we reply ‘Amen!’

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Don’t Miss Out….It’s Time To Register….

Last week we said, this is a great camp to go to. And lots of you showed interest. Thank you!

This week if you don’t want to miss out, you need to register straight away, as this is the last farmer camp for the year.

To download registration form, click hallsgap_registration_form_2017
For more information on the CFC Hall’s Gap camp go to

Inspirational Speakers For CFC Halls Gap Conference 2017

The two key speakers Mike Raiter and John Gladigau will provide a fantastic combination. John is well known for his pioneering efforts in creating a collaborative farm model. Mike will explore the power of the Psalms and their relevance to our lives. Also there will be some great testimonies by Cam Parker and Matt Jellie.

All of this will make the trip well worth while, plus you can catch up with old friends and make new ones. Not only that, the Norvel camp is really comfy!

This year’s conference will be held 11th to 13th August 2017.
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What a lovely surprise?

Steer took a phone call this morning and it was a thank you call. We really appreciate the efforts of our Ministry Partners to take the time and acknowledge our efforts in trying to make a difference. All of us at Steer thrive on encouragement like the simple act of a thank you. It fuels our prayers to help doing the best we can do to help others.

Read our new visitor’s post from Dr Michael Burke, HealthServe Australia, EO.

If you would like to share your story with us, we’d love to hear from you. Contact us at Steer

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Truly Incredible Speakers For Upcoming CFC Yackandandah Camp 2017

The Yackandandah Rural Men’s Camp will be on the weekend of July 21, 22 & 23 2017

This year we are excited to have Simon Manchester, Levi McGrath and Rod Hauser as our speakers.

John Anderson describes Simon as one of the greatest bible teachers in Australia today. Currently he serves as the senior pastor at St Thomas’ Anglican church in North Sydney.

Levi is a gifted contemporary Christian musician with a message of justice and God’s grace. He instantly creates a genuine connection with young and old, and inspires with his stories and musicianship.

Rod was an outstanding Rugby Union player with the Australian Wallabies from 1973 – 1979. Presently he works at St Paul’s College at Walla Walla developing sports programs and mentoring students.

A must date for your diaries….
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The Steer Experience….

Signing up with Steer can be life changing.

At Steer we encourage Ministry Partners to help us determine where to send the funds that Steer earns from the finances in our care.

Some families make an occasion of this every 6 months, seeing it as a good reason to get together over a meal, pray and ask God’s help in making their suggestions to Steer.

For them it’s a celebration, a time to recognise God’s goodness to them and a chance to be generous, to put others needs ahead of their own.

It is also an encouragement to do more in future and it passes on the importance of thinking of others and being financially generous as a natural part of their lives.

Some families carry this further by volunteering their time and energy, using holidays and alike.

The Steer experience can be life changing for everyone. Could it be for you or someone else you know? Share this post.

Benefits of Bequesting….

We have recently been updated about the good work that has been a result of a bequest.

MAF and CRMF have made a positive difference to lives in Papua New Guinea by being the driving change to support isolated communities in its mission to bring God’s word.

Supplying Bible boxes containing valuable Bible resources to boost learning and literacy in the English language as well as the local language. Boxes provided include a wide range of Bible resources, such as: Book, digital, audio, video and SD cards.

The benefit of reading or hearing God’s Word has transformed lives within their community. Testimonies of young men starting to respect elders, woman and young girls and the property of other villages encourages us to keep such projects going.

If you would like more details on how to make a bequest to strengthen the causes you love, contact us

Bequests – How Steer Can Help?

Have you considered how you make a difference to the world and how you could continue giving?

You can ensure that your contributions continue to benefit communities and individuals for years to come.

You can nurture your legacy by giving to causes you are passionate about by using your will to make a bequest.

At Steer we can help you, contact us at