While many Australians might say they are losing faith in politics among our political leaders faith is not in short supply.
The October Crosslight feature looks at mental health in regional communities.
The full-time permanent job is rapidly disappearing, with more and more Australians taking up contracts casual work and freelance options.
Frontier Services patrol minister Rowena Harris could never have anticipated that a modest request for frozen meals would rapidly expand into an ecumenical effort to support struggling farmers as drought
More than 80 percent of Australians believe loneliness is on the rise.
Last month, synod NextGen youth visited South Korea for a contextual learning trip. Tim Lam, who accompanied the group, reports on their journey.
While the resolution on same-gender marriage dominated headlines, it was just one of many significant decisions and discussions during the 15th Assembly meeting.
Marcella and Tjokro. Photo by Joshua Chan.
Marcella Purnama remembers a piece of advice she received at her sister’s wedding eight years ago.
“My uncle said, ‘don’t get married too early.
Uniting Church minister Ann Scull and her husband Joe recently spent some time in Bethlehem for the Christ at the Checkpoint conference.
In this feature, we call on three members of the Uniting Church to ask them what it means to feel God wants them to be ministers of the gospel.
In this feature, Crosslight looks at the various mental health ministries offered by Uniting Church congregations and presbyteries.
Stories of “African gangs” terrorising Victorian suburbs have featured prominently on the front page of tabloids this year.
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