Lessons from Holy Saturday

By Penny Mulvey As you read this, you will have travelled the journey of Lent, felt the grief of Jesus’ death on the cross, and joined with others to celebrate that Christ has rise

Challenging bias

PENNY MULVEY International Women’s Day (IWD), held on 8 March for the past 105 years, had its origins at an international conference of socialist women held in Copenhagen in 1910,

Welcome to 2016

By Penny Mulvey What does 2016 hold for you? Are you looking forward to discovering new authors? Being challenged by new ideas? Perhaps engaging with your local politician around i

Heartache and Hope

By Penny Mulvey A small boy, in the arms of his father, responded to questioning by a French journalist asking how he was feeling after the Paris attacks last month.

Supporting the next generation

By Penny Mulvey Seven representatives of the NextGen group which travelled to China in September for a contextual learning trip.

Who is the God we worship?

By Penny Mulvey Questions have been raised by disability advocates regarding Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s decision to roll up the disabilities and aged care portfolio into the

She’s someone

By Penny Mulvey The St Kilda Gatehouse is a not-for-profit Christian organisation which works alongside those involved in street-based sex work or affected by commercial sexual exp

Constant change

By Penny Mulvey The newspapers described the cold snap that descended on the east coast of Australia last month as an ‘Antarctic vortex’.

Timeless beauty

By PENNY MULVEY Travelling has the capacity to take you out of yourself. You see the world and your place in it with fresh eyes.