Faith in action
Together, let us welcome those precious children, and their families, who are being held indefinitely on Nauru. Join the call to get #KidsOffNauru by Nov 20.Sign the petition
Like most of you, we are heartbroken by all the news we have seen in recent days as Syrians have been forced to flee their home in search of safety. What can we say other than our broken old world truly needs our Saviour Jesus?
Today, we have launched a call to our Immigration Minister, urging him to give real and practical assistance to those in need on behalf of all Australians. In partnership with others working in the asylum seeker and refugee space, we have called on Mr Dutton to both accept an emergency intake of Syrian refugees and to allocate significant financial assistance to the United Nations for their work addressing this global crisis.
We believe that our call echoes the heart of our God, who always hears the cry of the oppressed and who is the author of all peace.
Will you please stand with us, as we call on Mr Dutton and pray that he would have the courage to lead a national response to this tragedy that is marked by compassion, generosity and a profound sense of the value of every single human life?
And would you please take the time to share this blog and the petition with those in your world who also have a heart to see God’s justice reign here on earth?
With thanks for your support, as always,
From Kylie, Tim, Justin, Jarrod and all the Common Grace team
Kate Leaney urges us to heed the words of Jesus and welcome those precious children, and their families, who are being held indefinitely on Nauru.
Michelle* is a Common Grace supporter and lawyer. We asked her how we can be supporting the men on Manus as they continue their peaceful protest for safety amidst unimaginable conditions.
816 men have been left behind as Manus Island Detention Centre is closed and food and water is cut off. Jarrod McKenna calls us to see Christ in these men, and boldly respond.
Jarrod McKenna from First Home Project chatted with Common Grace in light of news the Government is withdrawing support from 100 people seeking asylum settled in Australia.