Rev Sally Douglas says "while it might be assumed that prayer is ‘natural’, this not mean that prayer is easy.
Little separates Victoria and Tasmania geographically, but thanks to the pandemic they have been worlds apart for most of this year.
Colac escaped relatively unharmed during the first lockdown in Victoria. But that wasn’t the case second time around. Here’s what happened next.
Moderator Denise Liersch encourages us to find our way through difficult times by turning our focus to others around us, knowing we are part of a community, turning our hearts and love toward each other.
Uniting AgeWell has managed to keep its clients and residents safe and supported through the deadly pandemic. Here's how.
Why Sri Lanka’s Tamil refugees and asylum seekers seek your support to help them avoid further persecution.
"Jesus tells us that the Spirit has ordained him (and us) to hold people in their brokenness, to give priority to feeding and liberating, healing to the hurting and disadvantaged," Wendy writes.
All things being equal, St Michael’s new minister would have lived a less public life. But things are never equal, as this social justice advocate knows all too well.
Moderator Denise Liersch writes “the constant surprise is finding God is at work sparking off new shoots of growth and opening up new possibilities, sometimes in ways we may have been resisting for years.
Jione Havea teaches Sex & The Bible at Pilgrim Theological College. Why? Because there’s a lot to explore and explain and many people “dirtify” the subject.
Rev Dr Robyn Whitaker and Rev Fran Barber have been friends for 25 years. In that time they have shared a lot of things – including a wedding dress. They now share a podcast to help resource people in ministry.
"If our ministries with young people embrace the opportunities joy presents, it must be reflected within the life of our wider church," Bradon French writes.
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