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.
Aboriginal Christian Leader Brooke Prentis shares a powerful reflection this Lent, inviting us to see our neighbour who is hurting and who does not feel loved.
Beth Koch reflects on the corruption and injustice occurring in the Murray Darling Basin, and encourages us to stand with local communities and take action.
Ally Neale calls us to follow the example of young Australians in speaking up and taking action for our planet and our future.
Dr Kate Harrison Brennan launches our Lent series exploring the Parables of the Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin that demonstrate God's relentless pursuit of each of His children. This video is part of Common Grace's 2019 Lent Series exploring the Parables of Jesus and their subversive nature that call us to seek justice, with mercy and humility.
Despite his nerves, Jason John knew he had to raise his voice to Parliament to call for climate action. Prayers without action were simply not enough.
Aboriginal Christian Leader Brooke Prentis reflects on her time travelling the nation for the #Jan26 Prayer Services where over 2000 people were in attendance.
Last year, an incredible movement called for #KidsOffNauru. Last weekend, it happened!
Erin Martine Sessions, from our Domestic & Family Violence team, reports on progress being made in the prevention of Domestic and Family Violence.
Over the last decade, Ann Van Leerdam has been attending Survival Day marches and festivals that have deeply shaped how she now approaches January 26.
Young Aboriginal Christian Leader Bianca Manning reflects on the deeply moving experience at the #ChangeTheHeart Prayer Services as they begin across the country.
Erin Martine Sessions, our new Domestic Violence Team Lead, writes about equipping Christian Leaders to prevent and respond to domestic and family violence.