After ‘exercising’ in solidarity with the asylum seekers and refugees detained in a Brisbane hotel, Bianca Manning calls us to see their faces, learn their names, and pray and take action for their freedom.
Rachel reflects on the way Jesus met people and what that might have to say to us as we consider the 250 years since Captain Cook’s encounter with Aboriginal people.
Brooke Prentis declared these words at Kurnell at sunrise on the 29th of April 2020, 250 years since the Gweagal Peoples met Lt. James Cook and his men.
Join Ben Thurley in confronting our leaders’ inaction on climate disruption.
Because chaos will be ultimately defeated by God, Mick Pope calls us to be agents of order and renewal.
Byron Smith dares us to act hopefully in the face of despair, because of the promise we have in Jesus’ resurrection.
Join Jessica Morthorpe as she advocates for the protection of all of God’s beloved creatures.
Jason John urges us to reclaim our true purpose in God’s creation - to serve and protect, rather than reap and keep.
Stand with Brooke Prentis as she connects to the earth and prays for all our earth neighbours.
Adam Gowen invites us to listen to what the rest of creation is declaring about our Creator, and what our Creator is telling us through creation.
Matt Anslow encourages us to recover the tradition of Holy Saturday as we find ourselves in our own uncertain 'time in between'.
Today as we contemplate the weight of sin Jesus carried to the cross, Jill Firth shares her reflections on a painting by Julie Dowling which depicts a confronting truth of Christianity in Australia.
Tonight, as we reflect on the night Jesus was arrested, Brooke Prentis calls us to also remember Tanya Day's name. To turn and face racism and injustice, moving toward Jesus and into prayer and action.
What is the fruit that our ministry bears? Jesus, the True Vine, teaches what it means to be his hands and feet. Aunty Dr Anne Pattel-Gray wraps up our 2020 Lent series.
Taking the call for compassion online – Palm Sunday Online Solidarity Event: For a Just Future
The example of Jesus is the way for us to follow. It is truth and goodness. It is true, abundant life. Charlene Delos Santos reflects on Jesus’ statement, “I am the way, the truth, and the life”.