Teacher and poet Joanna Hayes reflects on the waiting and preparing for the Messiah, God with us, in our common home.
Dr Louise Gosbell explores the anticipation and expectation we have in this in-between space of waiting for the Lord.
Artist Erin Kennedy shares the hope in waiting for God to renew our common home.
Aunty Sue Hodges leads us in prayer as we reflect on keeping alert while waiting on God to renew our common home.
Rev Mitch Forbes reflects on the life-giving and life-changing hope of Christ coming into our common home.
Poet, speaker and pastor Will Small reflects on the good news of Jesus’ birth for our common home.
Common Grace National Director, Gershon Nimbalker, reflects on the recent Voice referendum result.
Northside Baptist Church shares their six-year journey to better recognising and responding to Domestic and Family Violence within faith communities and Christian churches. Northside Baptist is part of a unique community-wide project to respond to and reduce Domestic and Family Violence. Read their story of how this project came about.
Jane Kelly reflects on her recent journey to Gudanji Country and the deep and important call for us to care for God’s beautiful creation.
Carrie Unser reflects on what she’s learning while taking part in the community refugee sponsorship program.
Common Grace submission to the Joint Select Committee on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice Referendum, 21 April 2023
Common Grace National Director Gershon Nimbalker reflects on Budget 2023 and the impact on our key justice areas.
May is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It is a time for all of us to speak up about the dark reality of domestic and family abuse that is far too common in Australia.
In this final instalment of our Lent series, Uncle Dr Pastor Ray Minniecon discusses the concept of kingdom, reflecting that when God’s word is communicated in ways people can understand, profound truths are revealed and transformation can take place.
Aunty Sue Hodges examines the forms temptation can take in our lives, how difficult it is to forgive whilst living under systemic injustices and the freedom and comfort Jesus gives when we bring our burdens to him.
As we mark Australia’s Earth Overshoot Day, 23 March, in this season of Lent 2023, Claire Harvey encourages us to consider how we can respond to this moment as a catalyst for collective action.