Richard R Glover reflects on voting through the lens of faith, love, and hope helping us to come to terms with the perplexity and disappointment of voting.
Common Grace's Team seeking justice for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People present their Election Vision 2016
Graham Hill, Vice Principal of Morling College, gives 7 Practices for Hearing & Responding to the Margins (Especially During These Elections)
The Common Grace Justice for People Seeking Asylum team brings you a new vision as we face Election 2016.
Common Grace's Climate Justice team give their election vision 2016: a movement of Christians for 100% renewable energy, as we seek justice for the Great Barrier Reef, Pacific homelands and people in poverty.
The Common Grace Domestic & Family Violence team brings their vision for Australia & policy hopes in the face of the upcoming election.
Kylie Beach, our Communications Director brings together some thoughts around the need for real Christian conversations and the importance of thinking about thinking. This is a timely read as we talk politics in our Christian communities.
Matt Busby Andrews introduces William Cooper: The Indigenous elder who stood up to Hitler, the Prime Minister and the King – then left a final challenge to Australian Christians
A conversation with Jaylene Miller on Reconciliation
A conversation with Rev Dr Geoff Broughton around Christians approaching reconciliation.
Today is National Sorry Day, a day when, we pause to remember the Stolen Generations of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Common Grace is looking for a CEO to lead a movement of people passionate about Jesus and justice.
Common Grace's Family & Domestic Violence team offer some reflections on the 2016 Budget.
This Mother's Day, Aussie Mums have a message for our Prime Minister: Stop hurting other mamas and their babies in our name!
Common Grace's Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander team offer some reflections on the 2016 Budget.