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.
816 men have been left behind as Manus Island Detention Centre is closed and food and water is cut off. Jarrod McKenna calls us to see Christ in these men, and boldly respond.
Jarrod McKenna from First Home Project chatted with Common Grace in light of news the Government is withdrawing support from 100 people seeking asylum settled in Australia.
... It was a moment of honesty between two Aussie men. One of them was me – a guy often accused of being a ‘tree-hugging-bleeding-heart-lefty’ (of the specific Jesus-freak variety). The other was a cashed-up tradie. The kind of guy that you expect to have Southern Cross tattoo.
Jarrod McKenna, the Teaching Pastor at Westcity Church and Co-Founder of First Home Project, reflects on the agony and the holiness of real hope this Christmas.
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus takes it up a notch instructing us to love our 'enemies' and 'those who persecute you'. Pastor Jarrod McKenna reflects on this radical challenge and how it opens us up to the very heart of God.
What's the first thing Christians can do for Refugees? Check out this little reflection by Greg Lake & Jarrod McKenna.
Over 1,000 Australian Christians praying the Lord's Prayer daily in the lead up to Easter. Watch some introductory words from Common Grace's National Director, Jarrod McKenna to get us all started on the same page. www.lordsprayer.org.au #PrayAllTheWay