Common Grace supporter Joanne Shan writes about her experience of having a publicly identified Christian as PM and reflects on her work with Colour Code, an independent national movement of First Nations and multicultural migrant communities speaking, advocating and campaigning for racial justice in the face of the 2019 Federal Election.
Common Grace supporter Phil Woods writes about his desire for our politicians to be forward looking, putting God’s beautiful creation before short term profit. He personally reflects on his own faith journey; realising that the liberation of creation is an integral part of Christian hope.
Brooke Prentis reminds us that we all, as Common Grace, need to participate not just at elections but each and every day.
Greg Rolles of Christian Climate Action Australia shares his thoughts on how direct action can be used to protect creation and seek justice for our neighbours.
Jessica Morthorpe discusses the importance of pastoral care in an age of climate change and global ecological destruction.
Common Grace supporter Trevor Thomas reflects on the experience of his church hosting a Candidate Forum.
This Good Friday, Laura Tharion challenges us to embrace and protect all sacred spaces and places.
Dr Justine Toh, Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity, shares with us a personal reflection on the Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector, provoking us toward self-reflection and humility.
Rev Katherine Rainger reflects on the powerful words she shared at the Palm Sunday rally in Canberra.
Salem, a Hazara refugee from Afghanistan, and an advocate and activist, shares with Kate Leaney his thoughts on the Palm Sunday rallies happening this weekend across Australia.
Are we really listening? In this weeks Lent teaching, Rev Keith Jobberns, the National Ministries Director for Australian Baptist Ministries, provokes us to hear the cries, even the silent cries, of those around us.
There's a sense of urgency brewing in this room — an ambience amplified by the dim lights, the hushed hum of the many people who have come together tonight in the name of Jesus and of Justice.
Neil Ormerod, Professor of Theology at ACU, reflects on the anger of the Prodigal Son's older brother and challenges us to celebrate the new world that grace opens up for us.
Jon Owen, the Pastor and CEO of Wayside Chapel, challenges us this Lent to value those on the outer and consider who we invite to our table.
"The Rich Fool is not foolish about how to make money, but is foolish enough to allow money to make him." Dave Hack, the Young Adults Pastor at Riverview Church in Perth, continues our Lent Series in his reflection on the Parable of the Rich Fool.
The farm growing hope at the end of a laneway.