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.
Amy Hickman shares her experience, as a non-Indigenous person, of learning how to deeply listen as she walks with and learns from Aboriginal Christian Leader Aunty Jean Phillips.
As we emerge from a week focused on celebrating refugees, how will we continue to live out the values of a welcoming community?
Brooke Prentis invites us to confront injustice and fear with welcome and love.
Sally Staley invites us to welcome through sharing and creating with food, family, and friendship.
Bishop Richard Condie invites us to be people of hope and prayer in the midst of distress.
Rachel Saravanamuthu invites us to listen to the voices of those in need and to welcome them by advocating on their behalf.
Joseph Youhana calls us to think about welcome through the eyes of refugees.
Xuyen Pho reflects on his experience of being a refugee and the challenge of connecting with others.
Aunty Rev Denise Champion invites us to listen to songs of lament that open our hearts to welcome.
Brooke Prentis reflects on the past week and calls the Common Grace movement to get educated, take action and to cover it all in prayer.
Celebrate the biodiversity of God’s beautiful Earth this World Environment Day by revisiting our Daily Disruption series and joining a zoom call as we each take action for Creation and Climate Justice.
Uncle Norman Richardson calls us to walk together with vision towards Reconciliation.
In 2000 Ben Johnson was a youth delegate representing the Salvation Army on a journey of Reconciliation from Canberra to Uluru.
Uncle Ray Minniecon calls us to walk together with love towards Reconciliation.