Faith in action
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When we pray "your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven", we cannot turn away from the cries of the oppressed.
The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre has released a film of children speaking words that children on Naru have said. You can watch it below.
WATCH. WEEP. PRAY. And then ACT.
ACT by calling on the Prime Minister and Immigration Minister to get kids out of detention at http://www.asrc.org.au/rightthingtodo/kidsout
For Clement Ngai’s church, silence about #KidsOffNauru felt like a compromise of the good news of the gospel – that’s why they spoke up.
Rosalie from Activate Church in Adelaide shares how her church took action and why #KidsOffNauru hits close to home for her.
Rev Melissa Clark’s church are ringing their bells 95 times every Friday night, until our government takes action to get #KidsOffNauru.
Nils von Kalm remembers the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami and calls us to find that same generous heart to provide life-saving aid and relief right now in Sulawesi.