Crossing the Bridge at Billanook College
Many great works of children’s literature include a threshold moment. There is the wardrobe into Narnia, platform 9 ¾ for Hogwarts and Alice’s rabbit hole to her Wonderland.
By Chip Henriss
The Commission for Mission’s Next Gen tour to China has inspired its participants to build upon their life in the church.
By Emmet O’Cuana
If your belief system is “Jedi” then answer as such on the census form.
One of the biggest challenges faced by parents of young people with disabilities is dealing with the uncertainty surrounding their child’s future.
By Tim Lam
Crystal methamphetamine, more commonly known as ‘ice’, has featured prominently in news headlines in recent times.
By PENNY MULVEY
Prof Triggs found herself catapulted into the public eye as a result of The Forgotten Children report.
By Penny Mulvey
In her role as President of the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), Professor Gillian Triggs has become a prominent public figure, the topic of heated dinner party conversations.
By Dr Lin Manhong
The Cato Lecture is an important feature of the triennial Assembly in the Uniting Church in Australia.
By NIGEL TAPP
Some within the Uniting Church would deride the triennial Assembly gathering as a bit of talkfest.
Yes, there is a lot of talking throughout the six days as the members deal with a range of issues.
The 14th Assembly of the Uniting Church has demanded that the Australian Government adopt policies which genuinely seek to support rather than demonise asylum seekers and refugees.
It’s been a good Assembly. There’s been very respectful listening.
Rev Alastair Macrae introduced the Doctrine Working Group’s The theology of marriage and same-gender relationships within the Uniting Church report to the Assembly, noting that the report is based on the 1997 resolution
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