Rev Deborah Kottek spends a lot of time behind bars but doesn’t see the high walls, barbed wire and handcuffs. Instead, she sees people, humanity and hope. People worth helping.
To grasp fresh opportunities sometimes you need to let go of what you have. Manningham and Ballarat are benefitting from the sale of underutilised assets.
Most of us are taught from an early age to pray, to talk to God and give thanks, maybe even ask if a wish can be granted.
If you haven’t experienced mental illness chances are the person next to you has. It’s that common. But for many salvation can be found in a Shed.
Holly Taylor is a high-flying bio-medicine student with a brilliantly bright future but only a few years ago she was such a danger to herself that she couldn't shower without being watched.
When Jane Phelan woke from a stroke she had lost the ability to walk or talk. But then she found God – again – and hasn’t looked back.
Being a young person of faith means you won't win too many popularity contests, particularly among your peers. But that's no reason to retreat.
The construction of the first Bendigo mosque will go ahead after the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) approved the proposal’s planning permit.
By Deb Bennett
Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress member Rhanee Tsetsakos is an Adnyamathanha* woman from South Australia.
UnitingJustice national director Rev Elenie Poulos recently discussed the role of religion in climate change on ABC’s Compass.
Uniting Church in Australia President Mr Stuart McMillan has expressed disappointment that Labor may adopt boat turn-backs as part of its asylum seeker policy.
Book | Supermarket Monsters: The Price of Coles and Woolworths’ Dominance | Malcolm Knox
Review by Garth Jones
“We are an oligopoly community. We shouldn’t fight it.
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