Safina Stewart reflects on 'Give us today our daily bread, contemplating God’s complete provision - how all of our needs, not just our daily bread, are met in him.
Safina Stewart draws us to a vision of flourishing and joy found in the good news of Jesus.
Artist Safina Stewart has prepared a colouring in sheet for Sorry Day. Find it here.
Brooke Prentis interviews Aunty Jean Phillips about the Aboriginal women who have shaped her life, her ministries empowering the next generation of Aboriginal Christian leaders, and her vision to see the Australian Church partnering with Aboriginal ministries in the healing of this land.
Rachel Borneman honours her aunty through the skin system, Aunty Joanne Brumel, and celebrates her determination, her love for her family, her commitment to education, her leadership and support of the next generation, and her example of faithfulness amidst pain and difficulty.
Safina Stewart celebrates the impact her mother Aunty Doseena Fergie has had on countless lives, as she continues to educate, inspire, advocate, lead, love and support people throughout the world.
Aboriginal Christian Leader Safina Stewart reflects on the ministry of administering God's healing through Reconciliation and a vision of generous hospitality.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artist Safina Stewart, together with Brooke Prentis, contemplates the spiritual art of welcome this advent.