Welcome to the Praxeis web page. Thanks for visiting! We hope as you look around that you are inspired to follow Jesus, be his disciple and make disciples everywhere. Making disciples is the core of what we are about!

Praxeis are a passionate group of people committed to following Jesus. We are young and old from many races and places. We are based around Australia and in different nations. We are a missionary band, part of Jesus’ church on mission.

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Singapore- “Starting Spiritual Conversations”

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Jesus promised that the harvest was plentiful. Yes, there is a shortage of workers and yes, some are closed to the good news, but God is at work, and there are many who are open and hungry (Lk 10:1-12). Why aren’t more people coming to know Jesus? This 3-hour interactive workshop is a follow-up to […]

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Singapore: Introduction to DMM with David Watson

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David Watson, catalyser of 64 movements amongst non-believers, will be spending a day in Singapore introducing the foundational concepts of DMM! Want to know more? Want to come along? Click here for more info and to register. Looking forward to seeing you there.

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DMM Concept: Spiritual Conversations

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As we engage in the harvest, we are looking to have intentional spiritual conversations with people to gauge where they are at. Are they open to God? Are they hungry? Are they already on the journey to discovering Jesus? The diagram below from Paul Watson’s ‘Contagious Disciple Making’ training is a great pictoral of the different types […]

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Stretched Vision: From one to the many

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Image: Hazara Village Meeting (Nasim Fekrat; Flickr.com; Creative Commons)   In the past year, I’ve become very close friends with an Afghan lady (she is from the “Hazara” people group). It has been a privilege and an honour to get to know this wonderful lady. Through our times of general conversation, there have been several […]

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Baptism in Outback QLD

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“Just got off the phone to Dan in Roma, he has a vision to reach the small towns that surround Roma. Last Sunday they had a baptism that occurred in Yuleba a tiny town to the East of Roma. He said the lady who was baptised invited the whole town to come, 200 people. 100 […]

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Kingdom & Culture Workshop- Singapore

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April 8th, 9am-12 midday Jesus promised that the harvest was plentiful. Yes, there is a shortage of workers and yes, some are closed to the good news, but *God is at work, and there are many who are open and hungry* (Lk 10:1-12). *Why aren’t more people coming to know Jesus?* Part of the problem […]

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40 days of Prayer & Fasting- 1st March till April 9th for Singapore

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Who:                An informal apostolic network representing a number of different church communities and mission organisations in Singapore   What:               A call to prioritise prayer over these 40 days, listen to what the Father has to say concerning His Kingdom, the harvest, and harvest workers in Singapore and […]

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Are we spiritual people?

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As disciple-makers we have a number of challenges.  One challenge is how to be spiritual people. Many cultures around the world have experienced Christianity and had some form of institutional Christianity in society. The secular world knows our ‘rules’ and many have experienced forms of judgement. And people have been turned off Jesus by ‘religiosity’. […]

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A God-prepared person

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I glanced happily at the empty seat next to me on the plane. I was tired, it was 11:30pm, and I was getting on an international flight. I was looking forward to at least attempting to get some sleep. With my height, that is wishful thinking, but not having a neighbour increased the odds marginally. […]

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Person of Peace- the one God has prepared in advance!

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We love this story of a Person of Peace. We have been learning this year about the importance of finding the Person of Peace in Disciple-making Movements. This person has been prepared by God in advance to act as an open door to communities. They are people who are spiritually hungry and open. They will often find […]

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“I want to belong to you!” Finding a Person of Peace in Etes

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Etes is an ex mining village in Nograd County in Northern Hungary, where we have prayer walked several times as a team. The first time we went to Etes, we knocked on the door of a very poor house. A gypsy man around 45 years old came out and kindly invited us into his home. When we stepped in we realised that […]

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A tale of two seniors; a Paradigm Shift

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My husband and I are in our 60s and have been part of Praxeis for a few years. It all began with a dream… “I was attending a banquet at Buckingham Palace. The setting was sumptuous, as you would expect. Just before the meal began I noticed a small door leading outside and went to […]

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Check out this blog- People of Peace

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Got questions about people of peace and why they are important?? Check out this blog by David Lawton. If you still have questions or want to learn more, shoot us an email to connect@praxeis.org.au. We would love to chat more with you.

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Finding the person of peace!

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I went to grab some lunch at a local (Croatian) club and met a 20 year old Buddhist and Cambodian (Khmer) background waitress who was open to talk about God. I invited her to join me at my table after she finished her shift (30 min later). We talked about her dreams/ambitions and I encouraged […]

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Discovery bible with non-believers

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We were asked to do a DBS with a non-believer as part of our homework for MyWorld (DMM training). I prayed that God would open up an opportunity and give me the privilege to do it. For my job, I teach ESL and throughout the term I had felt particularly drawn to three of my […]

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From non-believer to a disciple

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During a Red Frogs gathering at Deakin Residence 3 months ago, I connected with a young Malaysian guy who had recently moved to Melbourne. I sensed he was interested in Christianity so I asked him if he’d like to read the Bible with me and surely enough he was keen! Since then, we have been doing DBS […]

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Streams of living water in the waste lands

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Sometime ago God gave a promise to the Outback Connections team from Isaiah 43:18-19 “Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.” This we believe […]

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Lessons on making disciples from the front line

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Recently, Paula had being reaching out to a lady by the name of Amy*. Amy suffered from a lack of identity and and has huge addiction issues as a result. Paula felt led by God to ask Amy if she would like to do a DBS with her exploring stories that highlighted identity and purpose. […]

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Sharing life, chai and Jesus

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We met Annette* in our local park and struck up a spiritual conversation with her and her four sons. It seemed like we kept on bumping into this Pakistani family around our neighborhood and soon we found ourselves being invited into her home for chai. Being a muslim family, we talked about ‘Eid’ (a Muslim […]

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