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Over 3 weeks we looked at what God has to say about the different cures for Affluenza, Busyness and Anxiety. It was a great series! In Term 2 we went sequentially through the book of Job. This book is so rich and really enriched all of our lives as we had our theology of suffering refined. Praise God that he gives us all that we need to get through life!! Term 4 Going through the first 9 chapters of 1 Corinthians left us hungry to hear more!!
Skip to content. Term 4 To have the eternal unchanging God relate to you personally — what an experience!! Stay tuned for sermons… Term 3 What does a joyful Christian look like? Stay tuned for sermons… The beginning of the term brings us to zoom in on the Cross and see if it affects our everyday lives.
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CQ University has a commendable spectrum of courses across multiple sites and in keeping with a modern tertiary outlook, offers study outcomes from Certificate III to Bachelor and PhD. CQ University and JCU to our North, are highly credible institutions with a youthful vitality and a capacity to train and attract our young people to make satisfying careers on the top side of the Tropic of Capricorn. A recent edition was dedicated to awards and introducing the new Vice Chancellor Professor Nick Klomp.
Of surprise to me as I perused articles on notable alumni, was a two-page feature on a young man relatively speaking by the name of Jason Titman. While not necessarily the most spontaneously capable of students, he would not let go of a problem or concept until he had mastered it. That included following staff back to the staff room and respectfully requesting extra help just when you wanted to have a quiet coffee.
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I never really minded though, because I realised even then that this kid had the potential to achieve big things. I taught Jason Chemistry in the senior school. A subject he had no intention of taking after finishing school. He gave every subject full effort. He gave co-curricular full effort as well. A quality swimmer, runner and triathlete he was coached by his father and made quite an impression on Rockhampton school and community sport.
He was unfailingly polite, a quality impressed on him by his folks at all stages in his upbringing. I sensed that this quality in particular would stand him in good stead in the complex world he aspired to enter. So what happened following Jason graduating from Year 12? He enrolled at CQ university, Rockhampton — After graduating in with a Bachelor of Business, Jason began his career as a computer and corporate auditor with KPMG, then moved into general management in the corporate world. Soon, Jason was sought out by business owners to help leverage, transform and grow their businesses.
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He subsequently moved into property and hotel redevelopments, leading the turn-around of several nationally-awarded hotel and property redevelopments. Two of these hotels won Best Hotel in Australia following their rejuvenation. The business innovator says he views his work-life not as a career, but as a series of projects — something he believes was established through his time at KPMG.
He had a bright and inquiring mind, as do most young people if given the right encouragement. This same kind of student is highly evident in the current generation of young people enrolled at Mercy. Girls and boys who turn up eager to learn, bothering teachers for extra help, highly involved in co-curricular and eager to give something back. Jason barring unfortunate circumstances was destined to be highly effective in his chosen endeavour. From early on they know that their life outcomes depend on their character and interpersonal skills.
Mr Jim Ford Principal Assistant Principal Mission As you would likely be aware, part of the College Service and Learning Program is the acquisition of a Brekky Van which can be used to service the poor and vulnerable in our community and allow our older students to put mercy into action in a very real way.
The financial cost of the van is substantial and many community groups and businesses have generously donated to the cause. International, Alpha Rho Mackay Branch , a philanthropic organisation of which I was most unfamiliar until recently.
What caught me by surprise is that this particular volunteer group is made up of 25 or so ladies, of some vintage, but what they lack in youth, they certainly make up for in enthusiasm. At their handover dinner there was the instalment of a new Executive, and also the presentation of cheques to a myriad of community groups and voluntary organisations. They presented a cheque of a sizeable amount towards the Brekky Van. In fact, you will see them expertly wrapping Christmas presents at the shopping centres… all in aid of generating donations for local charities and community service groups.
Suffice to say, they work endlessly behind the scenes and like the Mercy Sisters who founded our College, they give of their time for the benefit of others. They do so without expecting acknowledgement or anything in return, and to ultimately serve those who are poor and vulnerable in our community. This is what we implore our young people to do.
For in giving we receive; wise word from St Francis of Assisi. Be a part of the community… give time for the benefit of others. Consider how you can be of service to others and encourage your children to do the same. Mother Teresa devoted herself to the sick and the poor. Her service to the poor and vulnerable was boundless. I hope your day is a relaxed, rewarding and a blessed one filled with love and peace.
And if you need a present wrapped, those wonderfully vibrant ladies will be once again wrapping presents furiously at the shopping centres… perhaps throw in a few additional coins or notes. The Committee are in the process of finalising helpers and will publish the final letter next week prior to the Bikeathon. This will be sent home in hard copy and published on our website and school App. It is always a fun day and a great opportunity for parents and students alike, to meet new faces and catch up with familiar ones.
If your circumstances have changed and you are now unable to attend, can you please notify the College Office and we will endeavour to replace your role. A slight change this year may occur as we endeavour to begin 30 minutes earlier to avoid the heavier traffic later on in the day. Our Committee, in consultation with Mackay Police, believe this trial is in the best interests of students and parent helpers to maintain our highest safety standards, without being too early a start for a Sunday morning.
All students have received their sponsorship cards and should actively be seeking donations and fundraising. They also received Business Sponsorship Forms after our opening school Assembly, and an explanation on how to use them. We were also fortunate enough to have Evan Corry as our guest speaker at our launch for the Bikeathon.
As per usual with Bikeathon Prize Winners, students must be present to win their prize. As the new traffic lights at the Airport intersection are currently being installed, we may need to divert riders and walkers from Boundary Road to Archibald Street via Central Park Drive. We usually move all participants off the road along the headland, as the shoulder is very narrow.
We will finalise this decision and if it is not safe enough to proceed along this route, the new map will outline this and parents will be assigned accordingly. Now is the time to start checking over bikes. All students who are riding must have a helmet. They should check their tyre pressure, brakes and ensure their bike will last the 40km distance; students walking have a shorter distance.
We encourage all students to attend, whether they are riding or walking, as participation on the day adds to Frank Lake Shield points. Looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday 19 May. We do appreciate your support by encouraging your child to fundraise. The competition was open to all schools located in and around the Mackay area.
Mercy College had a strong representation in the tournament, with teams nominated for U13 boys, U15 boys, U16 boys and U14 girls. Students spent the day at Candlestick Park playing against teams from other schools, with some teams playing a total of seven games in one day! It was a tremendous effort from all students who participated and displayed excellent conduct both on and off the field.
Their drive and determination has led to a great outcome for Mercy College futsal. Mr Damian Coles Futsal Coach 1 If you drop a hammer off a tall building, how fast will it be falling after one second? Quiz Questions 3 How many legs does a silverfish have? Was it a the Permian, b the Triassic, c the Jurassic, or d the Cretaceous? The teams were excited to finally get hold of their own vehicles, with one complete vehicle ready to rumble and the second one ready for final fitting-out, they have their hands full getting ready for their first ever race.
Racing a HPV is not an easy task, as students will need to push their physical limits to ensure the vehicle travels around the 2km track at Palmyra Dragway, completing as many laps as they can.