Pastor Deborah van Bennekom celebrates the Living Water of the Spirit that springs up in each of us and in community.
Pastor Dave Sigley captures the hope and flourishing of God’s covenant relationship with all creation.
Aunty Dr. Anne Pattel-Gray reflects on the hope found in the Creator Spirit walking alongside us each and everyday.
Uncle Nelson Varcoe shares his words through his gift music to invite us to join him in singing the way of Jesus.
Rev Dr Brian Kolia points to the call to ground ourselves in humility.
Chloe*, a survivor of family violence, refuses to allow violence to be the end of the story and points to new life.
Ellie Gunton captures the small moments that bring joy and show us God’s love and grace this Advent season.
Jessica Morris explores the restoration and hope we have in Jesus’ birth.
Chelsea Van Der Poel explores how regardless the season, God's goodness creates a hopeful new day.
On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women 2021, Rachel Neary encourages us to consider the women often forgotten or dismissed in their experience of family and domestic violence.
As COP26 begins, Gershon Nimbalker reflects on the urgent need to listen to voices calling for more action on climate change and the hope he takes from those weaving their God given call to pursue justice into powerful action.
Rosie Clare Shorter reflects on the impact the gift of the Knit for Climate Action scarf is having in opening up conversation for climate action.
Rev Belinda Groves reflects on Canberra Baptist Church's annual Blessing of the Animals for St Francis of Assisi Day and Season of Creation.
Betelhem Tibebu is from Ethiopia and came to Australia in 2013 by boat. Here she shares her story and encourages us to respond with compassion, love and welcome to those seeking safety on our shores.
Jane Kelly, Common Grace Creation and Climate Justice Coordinator, explores the inspiration of wattle this Season of Creation and the inclusive and unifying celebration of National Wattle Day for our Common Home.
Author of ‘Raising Kids Who Care’, Susy Lee, explores how books can help spark meaningful, deep and intentional conversations with our children and young people.