For Brooke Prentis the unexpected beauty of the Grasstree symbolises the versatility, strength, and longevity of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christian leaders.
We have joined nearly 100 other organisations to call for immediate national action on youth justice.
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.
We grieve for Wayne Fella Morrission. We grieve for Tane Chatfield. We grieve for every preventable death in custody.
On Interntional Day Against Nuclear Tests, Common Grace supporter Penny Kleemann looks at the past and present impact of nuclear programs on Traditional Lands in South Australia, and how we can respond.
Brooke Prentis invites us to love, to listen, to share as we reconcile divided cultures through a shared love of all of God's creation.
It was on this day in 1838 that the Myall Creek Massacre took place.
Torres Strait Islanders Aunty Rose Elu and Joyce Waia share us with the significance of ‘Mabo Day’, what it means for our nation, how they will be celebrating, and their reflections on the work still ahead of us.
Tanya Riches reflects on the role of being an ally to Aboriginal brothers and sisters.
Sam Hearn reflects on his recent experience learning from local traditional owners about the Bunurong people and their country.