Aboriginal Christian Leader Sono Leone reflects on the challenges of Reconciliation and shares her heart to see relationships built between Aboriginal & non-Aboriginal Australia.
Brooke Prentis launches Reconciliation Week with a powerful video message on Rethinking Reconciliation, and offers us an invitation to friendship.
Erica Hamence challenges our practice of listening to victims in the third of a three-part series on domestic violence in the Australian church.
Erica Hamence explores the culture of power in our churches in the second of a three-part series on domestic violence in the Australian church.
Erica Hamence begins a three-part series reflecting on how the Australian church responds to domestic and family violence.
Pastor Helen Wright shares how singing together leads to taking action together in working with God to restore His groaning creation.
Paula Glassborow reflects on her professional and church experiences working with people experiencing family violence, and calls us to acknowledge what we don’t yet know, and commit to learning more.
Scott Sanders reflects on the beauty of a diverse movement of Christians committed to loving God and neighbour through bold acts of justice.
As we mark 50 years since Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated, Tim Middlemiss explores his legacy and asks whether we have lost sight of his dream.
Mike Gore, CEO of Open Doors, shares stories from the persecuted church around the world and warns us of the dangers of drifting too far from Jesus' own example.
Uncle Rev. Sealin Garlett and Jarrod McKenna explore what it look like to be makers of peace, and how love and forgiveness open the door to see your enemy as your brother.
Rev Bob Mitchell, CEO of Anglican Overseas Aid, explores how the "pure in heart" will see God unfiltered, openly, without shame, knowing him, and being known by him.
Kay Goldsworthy, the newly appointed Archbishop of Perth, reflects on receiving the transforming mercy of God, and how that shapes our own practise of showing loving kindness to others.
Karina Kreminski explores how our hunger and thirst for God to make right our hurting world leads us to participation in that work, and there we find fullness.
Matthew Tan explores what it means to be meek, rather than haughty, and how Jesus modelled this in his life, ministry, crucifixion and resurrection.
Shane Clifton and Brooke Prentis explore how "those who mourn" can find blessing, happiness and comfort in the Kingdom of God.