Aboriginal Christian Leader Brooke Prentis shares how all of God’s wondrous creation can teach, tell, speak, and inform us – if we would just listen.
As our politicians are distracted, and our nation is increasingly divided, a gracious and compassionate Christian voice is needed to centre us on people over politics.
Katherine Rainger celebrates the transformative ministry and theology of Aunty Rev Denise Champion, the first Aboriginal women ordained in South Australia.
Rev Mark Wormell celebrates Aunty Sharon Minniecon's 42 years of faithful Christian ministry across this country, and her continuning service to faithfully love and serve God, her people, and the wider church.
Brooke Prentis interviews Aunty Jean Phillips about the Aboriginal women who have shaped her life, her ministries empowering the next generation of Aboriginal Christian leaders, and her vision to see the Australian Church partnering with Aboriginal ministries in the healing of this land.
Rachel Borneman honours her aunty through the skin system, Aunty Joanne Brumel, and celebrates her determination, her love for her family, her commitment to education, her leadership and support of the next generation, and her example of faithfulness amidst pain and difficulty.
Sono Leone honours her grandmother Aunty Winnie Dawson who faithfully loved her family through all circumstances and became a determined advocate for justice in her time.
Safina Stewart celebrates the impact her mother Aunty Doseena Fergie has had on countless lives, as she continues to educate, inspire, advocate, lead, love and support people throughout the world.
Sharon Varcoe, a Narungga women from South Australia, celebrates the life and ministry of Aunty Pat Waria-Read who has encouraged and supported her as a spiritual mother and mentor.
Brooke Prentis launches our NAIDOC Week Series, "Because of her, we can!" with a powerful reflection on the women who have shaped her life, and the opportunity for us all this NAIDOC Week.
Brooke Prentis reflects on National Reconciliation Week 2018 as it comes to a close and thanks the Common Grace community for coming on the journey of friendship.
This year, The Grasstree Gathering brought together more than 80 Aboriginal Christian Leaders from across the country. In friendship today, watch a video from the Grasstree Gathering and celebrate with them by sharing it on.
Aboriginal Christian Leader Safina Stewart reflects on the ministry of administering God's healing through Reconciliation and a vision of generous hospitality.
Aboriginal Christian Leader Rhanee Tsetsakos challenges churches to acknowledge and prioritise the needs of its First Peoples in the hope of true peace & Reconciliation.
Aboriginal Christian Leader Nicole Velkoski reflects on a vision of Reconciliation where Aboriginal voices are heard and matter.
Aboriginal Christian Leader Adam Gowan reflects on a vision of unity in our diversity and the true reconciliation of all things.