When confronted with the reality of our climate crisis, Jason John urges us that our response needs to be faith in action, not helpless fear.
Liz Milani validates Mary’s fear, and learns from her example how we might navigate our own fear and uncertainty, without yielding to it.
Ross Piper, CEO of Christian Super, reclaims the joy and truth of abundant generosity.
Jess Morthorpe celebrates the School Strike 4 Climate Action, and acknowledges the role we all play in seeing change happen.
Brad Chilcott finds in Isaiah’s song a call to challenge the cultural, global and internal enemies that divide us, as we join in God’s holistic salvation for this world.
Disruption, drought and dodgy knees. Elizabeth Stone reminds us of the long tradition of changemakers we belong to.
Mike Frost unravels the shameful actions of our parliament last week, with a focus first and foremost on the most vulnerable.
Fear that motivates and fear that paralyses. Stephen O’Doherty breaks down how perfect love is the antidote to these conditions.
As storms brew on global horizons, Sherwin Titus finds in Jesus the peacemaker we so desperately seek.
Father Shenouda Mansour teaches us to pray impossible prayers, knowing that no prayer goes unheard – though it may be answered unexpectedly.
Songs full of ache, promise and encouragement. Rev Christine Redwood reflects on these different songs in her search for justice and healing.
For Mary-Anne Maio’s family, this year was marked by unprecedented fear. Yet, through it all she found strength in Christ and her community.
“Fear causes people to hold tightly to what we have”. On day 6 of Advent, Grace Lung reflects on letting go of fear and embracing trust.
Dr Meredith Lake looks back at our history, the good and the bad, and asks how fear drives our engagement in the world today.
In Zechariah’s silence, Michelle Farrall finds the strength to confront her own fears. Albeit reluctantly.
Charlene Delos Santos gets a reality check about racism in Australia, but sees the possibility for kingdom-centred change in all of us - just maybe not the way we expect.