Uncle Norman Richardson calls us to walk together with vision towards Reconciliation.
This National ReconciliationWeek we are exploring the concept of Reconciliation as Walking Together.
Each day during National Reconciliation Week we will be hearing reflections by Aboriginal Christian Leaders on how to walk together. We ask that you posture your ears to listen deeply, your hearts to be moved and challenged, and your feet to be ready to walk alongside and be led by our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christians Leaders on this journey of friendship and Reconciliation.
Uncle Ray Minniecon calls us to walk together with love towards Reconciliation.
Aunty Ravina Waldren calls us to walk together with solidarity towards Reconciliation.
Uncle Neville Naden calls us to walk together with purpose towards Reconciliation.
Uncle Mark Kickett calls us to walk together with righteousness towards Reconciliation.
Uncle Vince Ross calls us to walk together with truth towards Reconciliation.
Aunty Sue Hodges calls us to walk together with reciprocity towards Reconciliation.
Aunty Glenny Naden calls us to walk together with resilience towards Reconciliation.
'So Loved' by Aunty Glenny Naden
"This painting is based on the verse John 3:16, a favourite verse from Sunday School days on the mission. God loved the world so much that He gave His Son to die that we might have life. The groups on the side of the painting represent the people of the world showing all different countries. The top of the painting is the heavenly realm where God is, and a much anticipated place for all believers" Aunty Glenny Naden
'So Loved' is one of the artworks presented in the book 'Our Mob God's Story'.