Betelhem Tibebu is from Ethiopia and came to Australia in 2013 by boat. Here she shares her story and encourages us to respond with compassion, love and welcome to those seeking safety on our shores.
Jane Kelly, Common Grace Creation and Climate Justice Coordinator, explores the inspiration of wattle this Season of Creation and the inclusive and unifying celebration of National Wattle Day for our Common Home.
Author of ‘Raising Kids Who Care’, Susy Lee, explores how books can help spark meaningful, deep and intentional conversations with our children and young people.
Radford College student David Stocks explores how Margriet Ruurs children’s book ‘Stepping Stones’ helps us take small steps towards understanding and empathising with the plight of asylum seekers.
Alison Williams explores the 2021 Book Week theme of ‘Old Worlds, New Worlds and Other Worlds’ and how we can engage with injustice through the gift of reading.
After Closing the Gap announcements last week, Brooke Prentis calls for real action, commitment and change to come.
Rosie Clare Shorter reflects on Rebecca Huntley’s new book 'How to Talk About Climate Change in a Way That Makes a Difference', encouraging us to turn our concern and anxiety about climate change into action.
Sculptor Keith Chidzey reflects on how the simple act of knitting a scarf (and building the world’s longest knitting needles) helps speak to the heart and scale of action needed to tackle climate change.
Gomeroi woman Bianca Manning reflects on the many stories the climate scarf tells, particularly for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and the need for these stories and voices to inform and lead our calls for climate justice.
Sue Pyke shares the story of three generations working together to knit their climate stripe scarf - a journey of patience, persistence and purpose that weaves together their concern for the future and hopes for climate action.
Mick Pope reflects on the data behind the Knit for Climate Action scarves, climate change, and the message for humanity.
Ed Hawkins vivid climate stripe graph and Jess Morthorpe's deep care for God's beautiful creation helped spark Common Grace's creative, gracious and hopeful Knit for Climate Action.
Since September 2020, knitters from across these lands now called Australia have been weaving the truth of climate change into the vivid and hauntingly beautiful stripes of Common Grace's Knit for Climate Action scarves.
Today we celebrate and delight in God’s beautiful bees and grieve at the impact our warming climate is having on his precious, diverse and good creation.
This Message was part of Wesley Mission's Easter Sunrise Service which was simulcast on Hope 103.2 and broadcast on Channel Nine and included an interview with Danny and Leila Abdallah, music from CityAlight and messages from Christian and political leaders.
Josh Dowton reflects that Justice is part of the work of God’s Kingdom, bringing new life and wholeness.