Through her research, Nicola Fraser has watched corals bleach and die, and kelp forests disappear as waters warm up. Fish are migrating to cooler waters, but where will the fish in the Antarctic go?
Brooke Prentis reflects on the interconnectedness of all things in creation, encouraging us to come together, lament and rally.
On September 20th, students and young people, invite all of us to gather at the #ClimateStrike, calling on the Government to demand climate justice for all.
Jason John calls for Australia to have a prodigal moment, a Zacchaeus moment, turning around now.
Australia’s recalcitrance at the Pacific Island Forum results in a strong declaration of the scope of the climate crisis, but a weakened commitment to respond.
Author and missiologist Mike Frost shares his encouragement with the Common Grace community to respond to dark times by looking for the campfires of kind and gentle Christian people
There are 3 days until humanity runs out of resources. Mark this year's Earth Overshoot Day on 29th July.
Queensland artist Deb Mostert’s work responds to the pressing environmental issues before us. She shares some of her Redemption series and her artistic advocacy for the endangered Black Throated Finch.
As we move from Refugee Week to NAIDOC week, it’s fitting that we listen to Academics Mark Brett and Naomi Wolfe as they explore the roles of guest and host in the Australian context. This piece is an edited excerpt from a NAIITS Conference paper. The full paper will be published in the NAIITS Journal later in the year.
Join us in support of the faith leaders who are calling on PM Scott Morrison to take immediate climate action.
Ebony Birchall, lawyer and member of our Justice for People Seeking Asylum team, calls us to raise our voices for the humane treatment of people seeking safety this #RefugeeWeek.
Will you imagine with us what a world of ecological resurrection would look like in 2020, 2030 or even 2040?
This World Environment Day, Jason John challenges us to imagine a world that reflects the values of Christ, a world that requires us to act boldly in the hopes of achieving ecological resurrection on the earth.
Thank you for journeying with us this #NRW19 as we explored Reconciliation as Truth and Action. Let's keep walking together into NAIDOC Week.
On day 7 of National Reconciliation week, we shed light on the truth of Stolen Wages. Byron Smith encourages us to 'acknowledge the realities of systemic theft and fraud committed against our first peoples.' Brooke Prentis leads us in a powerful prayer of lament. #NRW19 #GroundedInTruth
On Day 6 of Reconciliation Week, we are confronting the blindness in our nation surrounding Aboriginal massacres. Florence Hydon is co-chair of the Bass Coast South Gippsland Reconciliation Group. She shares with us the Group's journey of learning the hidden truths of massacres and land theft in their region, and of advocating for truth telling and justice. We feature Safina Stewart's painting titled 'McMillan'.