Brooke Prentis challenges us to not rest on the achievements of our past, but to wake up to the present day challenges of Reconciliation, and to do so together.
We asked those who remember the 1967 Referendum what its significance was and whether it has changed our nation since.
Sorry Day is more than just saying sorry, it is a time to reflect on the deep sadness caused to so many, and to stand in solidarity.
Brooke Prentis reflects on the national statistics of incarceration rates of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander young people and invites you to take action for a better tomorrow.
Our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Justice Spokesperson, Brooke Prentis, and team member, Tanya Riches, recently caught up with Dave from PEACEcast - the new podcast by the PEACEtalks team at Paddington Anglican in Sydney - for a good chat about all things Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander justice and January 26 - including THAT lamb ad!
Waka Waka woman and Common Grace's Aboriginal Spokesperson, Brooke Prentis, exchanges the bitterness of 2016 for God's hope and love this Advent, and invites us all to do likewise
Brooke Prentis brought a challenging and inspiring message at Surrender Conference this year on the 2016 conference theme of what it means to love God, our neighbours and our enemies in Australia in 2016.
Our Spokesperson for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander justice encourages Christians to speak to their pastors & leaders.
Brooke Prentis shares how Australia is crying out for real change in our treatment of Aboriginal & Torres Strait kids.