Welcome Bianca Manning.
Rosemary Bradford shares her reflections on Francis Day as a time to rest and pray.
Start with your own friends and family and make sure that we continue to have these conversations. It's a long term conversation. It's not just one time. Keep having the conversations.
Pray that we would be ‘contagious’ in living out Christ’s love for His world. That we would be faithful to being who God has called us to be, where we are, as we live in communities facing ecological emergency and the global COVID-19 crisis.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and indigenous people and people of colour around the world, we're praying that non-Indigenous people and white people will stay awake.
This week, Brooke and Byron discuss the window of possibility for change and the need to build something new.
In this week's discussion Brooke and Byron reflect on the crisis of the global COVID-19 pandemic as providing a crucial moment to reset.
A candid conversation with Common Grace CEO Brooke Prentis and Christian environmental ethicist Dr. Byron Smith whose stories, anecdotes, and intriguing questions will empower you to deepen your commitment to the preservation and restoration of God's Earth.
Today on National Wattle Day, Brooke Prentis calls us to learn, grow and celebrate unity in diversity as we enter the Season of Creation.
Common Grace member Christine Morris reflects on how her desperation at the experience of people seeking asylum in Australia drives her to action.
Join Christians around the nation as we mark Earth Overshoot Day on Friday 21 August.
Ruth Wivell shares with us about 'Kids and Creation', a resource that aims to help children and adults find solace in nature and increase their love of creation.
Jessica Morthorpe reflects on how she moved from feeling powerless in the face of climate change to taking action through organising the upcoming Climate Pastoral Care Conference.
From India to Queensland, Oscar Delaney shares his reflections on climate change and how he is taking action with other young people against Clive Palmer’s proposed Waratah Coal Mine.
As we enter the acknowledgement of "Always Was, Always Will Be", Pearl Taylor reflects on Listening through Art and Acknowledgement of Country.
Pastor Helen Wright shares her church's journey of seeking to build deeper friendships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christian Leaders and living out the reality of Always Was Always Will Be.