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It's been a big week as Common Grace's new CEO started. Brooke shares about the last few months and invites us all to journey together into the next season for Common Grace.
Pastor Helen Wright reflects on the role of music, art and poetic words in the 2020 #ChangetheHeart prayer services and the the power of the arts in accompanying social change.
After committing to being a truth-teller at a 2020 #ChangeTheHeart Prayer Service, Graham Stanton grapples with first becoming a truth-hearer and a truth-bearer.
After attending a 2020 #ChangeTheHeart Prayer Service in Sydney, Lilly Smith shares her reflections on the Service and calls the Australian Church to respond through acknowledgement, lament, prayer and action.
On the Sunday before January 26th, churches from across the nation set aside time in their service to acknowledge Aboriginal peoples, responding to William Cooper's call.
Loraine Holley from Engadine Uniting Church explains why their congregation is taking up William Cooper's call to host Aboriginal Sunday on the 19th January.
Senior Aboriginal Christian Leader calls the Church to prayer in lead up to January 26th
With thanks to Dr Byron Smith, Common Grace is offering this prayer for use or adaptation in your devotions and church worship.
On 12 November 2019, Brooke Prentis, Aboriginal Christian Leader was flying from Brisbane to Sydney and saw the extent of Bushfires across the East Coast and wrote this poem in response.
In the heartbreaking mix of miracle and tragedy, God is with us. Jackie Stoneman reminds us of God’s faithfulness as we long for justice.
Naomi Wolfe invites us to listen in times of challenge, expectation and opportunity.
Helen Lockwood reflects on the baby who draws all people together.
There is profound worship as we wait in this in-between space, where lament and hope exist side by side.
“Jesus is usually not the kind of salvation we are looking for.” Tara Conradt reflects on the unexpected twist in the Good News story.
Melissa Lipsett reminds us that in a world of turmoil and conflict, peace is given to even the smelliest and least attractive members creation.