Klesis helps you to think more deeply and live more biblically as a Christian in our contemporary world. We offer publications like our quarterly magazine, InterSections, publications like short tracts and longer books & booklets, as well as seminars, workshops and other occasional events. We're also working on a new modular Bible study program which we plan to roll out when it's ready.
Spiritually nurtured among non-denominational Churches of Christ, we maintain a special ministry emphasis to this fellowship, especially in Australia. We help connect and equip individual Christians and churches while simultaneously encouraging and respecting the growth, leadership and autonomy of local churches. At the same time, we’re happy to dialogue with any person who seeks to know God better.
In our activities, we point everyone to Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit and God the Father as the source of all life. We accept the Holy Bible as God’s inspired and authoritative message for humanity. We’re also convinced that Scripture is useful for training Christians in right living so that we can be equipped for every good work (II Timothy 3:15-16). So if you find our resources help you to live a more authentic Christian life which reflects biblical teachings, then you’ve helped us achieve our key goal.
Klesis Institute was established in 2004 by Benny & Pauline Tabalujan. Keen to integrate Christian faith and daily life, Klesis became the ministry division of their Melbourne-based consulting company, CommAsia Australia Pty Ltd (ACN 097 136 171, ABN 53 702 023 602).
Jenny Ancell is managing editor of InterSections and a social worker by profession. Passionate about her faith, Jenny has been a Christian since her early years in Brisbane and Sydney. She combines extensive knowledge of Churches of Christ in Australia with a deep desire to see Christians communicating more frequently with one another. Jenny is married to Marvin Ancell and they have ministered to churches in Victoria and NSW. They are members of the Coffs Coast Church of Christ in Coffs Harbour, NSW.