Rev Philemon Akao from Solomon Islands shares about how fire across Melanesia draws us together, and sends us out.
Dave Hack leaves behind the city lights of Perth for a week on the rough ocean, where he finds hope and peace in unexpected places.
Eliza Spencer rediscovers through Ezekiel the road to a new spirit, a new heart – replacing a heart of stone for one of justice and hope.
Greg Clarke, CEO of Bible Society, is re-learning to anticipate this season from an unexpected teacher – his a four year-old child.
Jessica Smith resonates with Isaiah's longing for an answer when God seems so far away, so absent – and finds a beautiful answer in Christ.
Andy Abey remembers her time in Bethlehem visiting the Church of the Nativity, and reflects on the humility of Jesus' arrival.
Dr Kate Harrison Brennan launches our Advent series with a reflection on Christ interrupting our world in a beautiful, political and dramatic way.
Share the Dignity is a fantastic opportunity to contribute in a seemingly small way to make a profound difference to women and mothers staying in shelters and refuges. Read about one Caseworker's experience of care packages
Michelle* is a Common Grace supporter and lawyer. We asked her how we can be supporting the men on Manus as they continue their peaceful protest for safety amidst unimaginable conditions.
We have joined nearly 100 other organisations to call for immediate national action on youth justice.
Mick Pope reflects on the Parable of the Good Samaritan as he asks what does it means to love our neighbour in a warming world.
816 men have been left behind as Manus Island Detention Centre is closed and food and water is cut off. Jarrod McKenna calls us to see Christ in these men, and boldly respond.
Common Grace supporter Jo Huntington shares her family’s journey of caring for God’s creation by talking to their neighbours and petitioning our political leaders in the Community Climate Petition.
Common Grace supporter Emma Pitman shares how #MeToo calls us to hear, lament, and respond.
Recognising where the Church has failed victims of domestic and family violence is the first step our churches must take in addressing this national problem. But it is not the only step.
Brooke Prentis reflects on #ClintonsWalkForJustice and the injustices Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples still face in Australia, exhorting us to walk forward together, step-by-step.