We are in the season of Lent. From childhood we were encouraged to give something up to enable us to reflect on the sacrifice of Jesus. People fast or give up red meat on Fridays.
REVIEW BY MARK ZIRNSAK
BOOK | HUMAN TRAFFICKING, THE BIBLE AND THE CHURCH | MARION L S CARSON
THIS book has two sections.
Language carries layers of meaning and shapes our imaginations. ‘Ash Wednesday’ in Australia calls to mind the bushfire season.
There are times when I hesitate to take Crosslight home because I cannot understand a lot of what is written.
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One Nation it seems is growing in respectability.
For the 25th year, Melburnians have united to support families and individuals facing crisis, donating 47 tonnes of food and essential items to Wesley Mission Victoria’s annual Foo
FILM | A STREET CAT NAMED BOB | PG
Review by BARBARA ALLEN
Loosely based on James Bowen’s 2012 autobiography, A Street Cat Named Bob, this movie is about the relationship between a
By Semisi Kailahi
One thing that young people of different faiths often have in common is a concern over how religious labels define and limit the way that others see them.
Valentine’s Day came two days early to Western Heights Uniting Church this year, with the local minister demonstrating the love of God in the most profoundly personal manner by let
This article by Rev Dr Chris Buddon marks the ninth anniversary of the National Apology over the Stolen Generations.
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