Ps Andrew Staggs

Principal – Citipointe Ministry College
Dean – School of Ministries Christian Heritage College
07 3347 587
astaggs@citipointechurch.com

Research Interests

Christian Leadership
Pauline Studies
Practical ministries
Church Planting
Discipleship
Not-for-Profit Governance
Emotional Intelligence

Professional Affiliations

Various executive, coaching and consulting roles and networks

Dr Sam Hey

BSc (UTas) DipEd (UTas) MA (Studies in Theol) (UQ) PhD (Griffith)

Lecturer / Postgraduate Course Coordinator
07 3347 5833
shey@citipointechurch.com

Research Interests

Church history and social history
Formation and growth of the COC
Megachurch
Pentecostalism
Worldview
Biblical studies
Interactions between science and Christian faith
Human behaviour in organisations
Leadership and change management

Professional Affiliations

Social Theory and Philosophy Colloquium, Centre for Public Culture and Ideas, Griffith University, Australian History Associatio, Australian New Zealand Association Theological Schools, Society of Biblical Literature

Publications

Books

Hey, S. (2013). Megachurches: Origins, ministry and prospects. VIC, Australia: Mosaic Press & Wipfandstock.

Journals

Hey, S. (2000). New wineskins for Pentecostal studies. Renewal Journal, 15(1). Retrieved from http://www.renewaljournal.com

Hey, S. (2000, Summer). Changing roles of Pentecostal hermeneutics. Pacific Journal of Theology, 3.

Hey, S. (2001). Contemporary developments in Pentecostal hermeneutics. Pentecostal Charismatic Bible Colleges Journal, 5(2).

Hey, S. (2001). Ministry confronts secularisation. Renewal Journal, 18(2). Retrieved from http://www.renewaljournal.com

Hey, S., & Roux, J. (2012). Integrating the Wesleyan Quadrilateral and the “Praxis Cycle”: towards deeper engagement with the Bible. Journal of Adult Theological Education, 9(2), 192-209.

Conference Proceedings

Hey, S. (2001, August). Secularisation and Revivalism as ever present realities in the emerging of indigenous charismatic movements – A case study of the COC movement. Proceedings of the Australia-Asia Theological Conference, UQ, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2002, July). Exploring paradigms to explaining the development of independent Australian charismatic groups in Queensland during the second half of the twentieth century. Abstract in Proceedings of the XV ISA World Congress of Sociology Conference, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2005, October). Bowling with Christians: Community formation and the ministry task. Proceedings of the Contemporary Issues in Ministry Conference, Citipointe Ministry College, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2006). Independent Charismatic Churches in a period of Post Modernisation. Proceedings of Social Change in the 21st Century Conference, QUT, Brisbane, QLD, Australia. Retrieved from http://eprints.qut.edu.au/6298/1/6298_hey.pdf

Hey, S. (2007, September). Church and ministry practices in a Postmodern Megachurch age. Proceedings of the Contemporary Issues in Ministry Conference, Citipointe Ministry College, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2009, October). Biblical perspectives on discipleship. Proceedings of the Contemporary Issues in Ministry Conference, Citipointe Ministry College, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2014, July). Conflict and its resolution in the history of Australian Pentecostalism. Abstract in Proceedings of Australian Historical Association 33rd Annual Conference, UQ, St Lucia, QLD, Australia.

Dissertations and Theses

Hey, S. (2011). God in the suburbs and beyond: The emergence of an Australian Megachurch and denomination (Doctoral dissertation, Griffith University, QLD). Retrieved from https://www120.secure.griffith.edu.au/rch/items/cb4cc218-5145-a604-f5ec-180d9177971d/1/

Presentations

Hey, S. (2001, August). Secularisation and Revivalism as ever present realities in the emerging of indigenous charismatic movements – A case study of the COC movement. Paper presented at the Australia-Asia Theological Conference, University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2002, July). New paradigms explaining the development of three independent Australian charismatic revivalist movements in Queensland during the second half of the twentieth century. Paper presented at the Australian History Association, and the Religious History Association Conferences, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2002, July). Exploring paradigms to explaining the development of independent Australian charismatic groups in Queensland during the second half of the twentieth century. Paper presented at the XV ISA World Congress of Sociology Conference, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2003, July). A case study in revival: The formation and development of the Christian Outreach Centre. Paper presented at Heritage 2003: Revival Conference, Southern Cross College, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Hey, S. (2004, July). Religious, social, historical & geographic underpinnings of the rise of an indigenous Australian Charismatic movement: The Christian Outreach Centre. Paper presented at Pentecostal History conference, Southern Cross College, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2004, July). The Pentecostal-charismatic movement’s response to the changing world views of the late twentieth century. Paper presented at the Australian History Association, and the Religious History Association Conferences, Newcastle, NSW, Australia.

Hey, S., Alexander, M., & Sparrow, A. (2005, July). New right religious movements: Global, yes: But are they cosmopolitan? Paper presented at Sites of Cosmopolitanism Conference, Griffith University, Centre for Public Culture and Ideas, South Bank, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2005, October). Bowling with Christians: Community formation and the ministry task. Paper presented at Contemporary Issues in Ministry Conference, Citipointe Ministry College, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2006, October). Independent Charismatic Churches in a period of post modernisation. Paper presented at QUT, Social Change in the 21st Century Conference, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2006, September). Pentecostalism and its responses to changes in theological education. Paper presented at Evangelical Higher Education Faculty Conference, Malyon College, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2007, September). Church and ministry practices in a postmodern Megachurch age. Paper presented at Contemporary Issues in Ministry Conference, Citipointe Ministry College, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2008, November). Australian Charismatic Megachurches responses to social and religious change in the early twentieth first century. Presented at International Australian Studies Association (InASA) Conference, QUT, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2009, October). Evangelical colleges response to the challenge of contemporary social change. Paper presented at Evangelical Colleges Conference, Nazarene Theological College, Thornlands, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2009, October). Biblical perspectives on discipleship. Paper presented at Contemporary Issues in Ministry Conference, Citipointe Ministry College, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2010, July). Towards a model of wholistic Christian thinking. Paper presented at Melbourne College of Divinity/ ANZATS Conference, Trinity College, University of Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

Hey, S., & Roux, J. (2011, July). Integrating the Wesleyan Quadrilateral and the “Praxis Cycle”: Towards deeper engagement with the Bible. Paper presented at the Australian & New Zealand Association of Theological Schools Conference, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Hey, S., & Roux, J. (2011, August). Integrating the Wesleyan Quadrilateral and the “Praxis Cycle”: Towards deeper engagement with the Bible. Paper presented at Wesley Conference, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2012, July). Cognitive conflict and biblical hope: Neurophysiological insight and contemporary biblical interpretation. Paper presented at Mind, Society, and Tradition, Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) International Meeting, Amsterdam, Holland.

Hey, S. (2012, July). Investigation into neurophysiological insights into Christian tertiary student engagement with biblical and theological understanding. Paper presented at the Society of Biblical Literature Conference, Amsterdam, Holland.

Hey, S., & Hepplewhite, G. (2012, November).Pentecostal engagement with equality. Paper presented at Australian Sociological Association 2012 Conference, University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2014, June/July). Pentecostal church and megachurch responses to post Christendom societies. Paper presented at 2014 ANZATS Conference, The eclipse of God: Theology after Christendom, University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle, SA, Australia.

Hey, S. (2014, July). Conflict and its resolution in the history of Australian Pentecostalism. Paper presented at Australian Historical Association 33rd Annual Conference, University of Queensland, St Lucia, QLD, Australia.

Hey, S. (2014, June). Contemporary Pentecostal theologies and their responses to religious and social change. Paper presented at University of Queensland, School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics Studies in Religion Seminar Theology Series Program, UQ, Australia.

Christine Chapman

Cert III CCP (Couns); Cert IV CSW; DipMinStud; GradDipMgt(CHC); MMinLead (CHC), Cdec, MBA
(in process)

Lecturer / Academic Coordinator / External Studies Coordinator
07 3347 5847
cchapman@citipointechurch.com

Research Interests

Christian Leadership Development
Identity
Neuroplasticity
Practical Theology
Christian Ethics
Ministry and Organisational Management

Publications

Chapman, C 2015, Balancing Law and Grace: An Investigation into the Ethics of Touch in Ministry, Masters Dissertation unpublished, Christian Heritage College, Carindale, Qld.

Sandra Godde

MA (Theology; AC/ACOM); LLB (Hons) (Univ of Qld); BA (Law & Political Science, Univ of Qld); Dip Dance (ABS), Cert IV TESOL; Cert IV TAE (HBA)

Lecturer
07 3347 5824
sgodde@citipointechurch.com

Research Interests

Christology
Apologetics
Worldview
Evangelism
Biblical Interpretation
Ethics and Social Justice
Interactions between Science and Christian faith
Creative Arts and Faith

Professional Affiliations

Stoneworks Australia, A Global Arts Partnership. Christians for Biblical Equality. International Christian Dance Fellowship. Project Dance International.

Presentations

Godde, S (2015) “Defending the Faith: Going Deeper In Thought”, Presented 14 week Apologetics Course, The Worship Centre, Mansfield, QLD.

Godde, S (2014) “Defending the Faith: Going Deeper In Thought”, Developed and taught 14 week Apologetics Course, Hillsong Church, Brisbane, QLD.

Godde, S (2011, March) “Establishment of Peace In The World”, Guest Speaker for World’s Religious Symposium, Bait-ul-Masroor Mosque, Brisbane, QLD.

Godde, S (2010, January) “Reconciling The Existence of God and Human Suffering” for World’s Religious Symposium, Bait-ul-Masroor Mosque, Brisbane, QLD.

Godde, S (2010, October) “How To Be Passionate For God In The Midst of The Market Place”, Keynote Address for Connecting Dancers, Faith and Art, CDFA Conference, Sydney, NSW.

Godde, S (2009, March) “Caring For Creation on Biblical Grounds: Towards A Christian Environmental Ethic”, for Multi-Faith Symposium, organised by Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Australia, Tudor Park Community Auditorium, Loganholme, Brisbane, QLD.

Godde, S (2008, December) “The Concept of God” for Interfaith Symposium, McGregor Primary School Hall, Brisbane, QLD.

Godde, S (2008) “My Dance Through Life”, to Dance Stream, Hillsong Conference, Sydney, NSW.

Godde, S (2007, October) “From Stardom To Sonship”, to National Creative Arts Conference, CDFA, Alice Springs, NT.

Godde, S (2006, October) “The Character of God, Dance, and the Arts” to Music, Arts, & Dance School, YWAM, Brisbane, QLD.

Godde, S (2004, September) “Teaching Skills” to Moving Deeper, Christian Creative Arts Conference, CDFA National Conference, Canberra, ACT.

Godde, S (2002, October) “Redeeming The Arts: Visionaries of The Future” to Expanding Horizons National Conference, CDFA, Perth, WA.

Godde, S (2002, October) “Prophetic Expressions Through Dance” to Expanding Horizons National Conference, CDFA, Perth, WA.

Godde, S (1996, April) “The Revealing Nature of Dance – Knowing Why We Dance”, to Fire & Rain, Worship & Arts Conference, Northside Christian Family, Brisbane, QLD.

Godde, S (1996, April) “Artists As Reformers: Restoring The Prophetic Role”, to Fire & Rain, Worship & Arts Conference, Northside Christian Family, Brisbane, QLD.

Godde, S (1995, September) “Dance as Worship, Dance as Communication, Dance as Wholeness”, to Wind of The Spirit, Psalmody Conference, Garden City Christian Church, Brisbane, QLD.

Godde, S (1994, January) “Dancing Into The Future: Redeeming The Arts Through Christ”, to CDFA (Christian Dance Fellowship of Australia) Conference, Geelong, VIC.

Journals

Godde, S (2012, May) “Redeeming the Arts: Visionaries of The Future” in Renewal Journal.

Coleman, L (2005, November) “Profile: Sandra Godde, Artistic Director: Excelsia” in Leaping, Issue 101.

Godde, S (2002, July) “The Spirit Moves” in Leaping, Issue 93.

Godde, S (2001, August) “Vive La Danse” in Leaping, Issue 90.

Godde, S (1994, April) “A Philosophy of Dance For The Christian” in Christian Arts Magazine, Issue 2.

Godde, S (1994, August) “Dancing Into The Future: Redeeming The Arts Through Christ” in Christian Arts Magazine, Part 1 & Part 2, Issue 3, June 1994, Issue 4, August 1994.

Godde, S (1994) “Redeeming The Arts Through Christ” in On Eagles Wings, Issue 2.

Godde, S (1993, August) “The Intimacy of Dance” in On Eagles Wings, Issue 7.