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.
Racial and cultural parity have never been more in focus than they are right now, but how does the Church measure up? We’re uniting in name, but is that the lived reality?
Anniversary is a time to remember that aggression met by aggression, and violence met by violence leads only to suffering.
More than 260,000 people survived the twin attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. One of them was Tsutomu Yamaguchi. Incredibly, he reported for work the day after the second blast.
Victorian Local Men’s Health Hero Award recipient Lindsay Oates talks about the life-saving work of the Men's Sheds.
Moderator Denise Liersch reflects on the Uniting Church's 43rd birthday and asks what is your wish for the UCA?
Ilaisaane Pongi says lockdown has given her “ample opportunity for deep reflection on my life”. She also shares a Bible passage that has provided much comfort during these “challenging times”.
What started out as a dispassionate book review became deeply personal for Damien Tann when some telling statistics made him reassess how the repeated sexual abuse he experienced as a child had impacted his life.
Rev Mat Harry asks what forms of communities could we provide for people to engage with, and deepen, their Christian faith when places of worship can re-gather in person?
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