Bishop Philip Huggins invites us to reflect on Jesus' giving and forgiving spirit as we respond to the calls for safety and protection for refugees and people seeking asylum.
Rev Dr Melinda Cousins encourages us to reflect on seeing ourselves in others shoes and to actively pursue and practice justice.
Year 12 student Elise Kelly asks us to consider how we, across all generations and from the breadth of the church in Australia, need to play a role in calling for urgent climate action.
Dr Mick Pope reflects on Luke 15:11-32 encouraging us to see there is no justice without Jesus, and no us and them.
Erin Martine Sessions looks at Psalm 63, reflecting on the experience of domestic abuse and the hope we have in God’s’ loving kindness.
Aboriginal Christian Leader Brooke Prentis reflects on Luke 9:28-36 inviting us to see Jesus anew, journeying together to stay awake and to see differently.
Common Grace's Opening Statement at the Community Support and Services Committee of the Queensland Parliament public hearing for the Criminal Law (Raising the Age of Responsibility) Amendment Bill 2021 held on 14 February 2022.
Rev. Dr Katherine Rainger reflects on how stories convict, inspire and help us to see differently as we enter this season of Lent.
Today we share the news that Brooke Prentis has tendered her resignation as CEO of Common Grace for personal reasons.
Abbey Sim reflects on engaging, listening deeply and continuing the conversation with Aboriginal Christian Leaders.
Emma Lalic reflects on #ChangeTheHeart 2022, learning to Hear The Call and taking opportunities to speak out in conversations with friends and family.
Stand in solidarity on January 26th and participate in Aboriginal rallies, events and gatherings.
Rev Christine McPherson reflects on her church’s journey with #ChangeTheHeart and why they will be tuning in again in 2022.
Brooke Prentis remembers sunrises and sunsets, capturing the eager anticipation of a new day, a celebration of God at work and Jesus with us!
Nathan Forster encourages us to hear a song of Justice in a climate of disillusionment and despair.
Teresa Brierley encourages us to shine on those living in darkness as God guides our feet.