From the age of five Navnitha was forced into an environment of ritualised sex abuse, a plight being shared by thousands of girls in India.
There are no known transmissions of coronavirus within either Victoria or Tasmania, therefore health authorities are encouraging us to go about our lives as normal.
“Lent gives us a chance to deepen our life in the God who travels with us through even the darkest and most difficult of life experiences.
Family violence is all-too real for too many people, especially women. It is also largely invisible, but that is something the Church is helping to change.
The President of the Uniting Church, Dr Deidre Palmer, has joined other church leaders in calling the Federal Government’s failure to meet its own goals on reducing First Peoples’ disadvantage “a serious humanitarian cri
Uniting Housing provides affordable accommodation to vulnerable people. We speak with outgoing CEO Ian Brain and grateful tenant, William Clark.
Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre Uncle Vince Ross explains how the spirituality of the First Peoples is compatible, and even complementary, to Christianity.
A history of abuse and self-destructive behaviour led Jeanne Beale to believe she "would never be good enough", until the words of Jesus spoken to a similarly shamed woman "unlocked the cell within me".
Congregations struggling to prepare a traditional service every Sunday without a minister might look to the simplicity of the early Church, writes Rev Rose Broadstock.
The coronavirus has been weaponised to allow some people to be openly racist, writes Synod's Intercultural Unit Director Rev Swee Ann Koh.
Joedy Meers speaks about her experience of being a person with a disability within the church.
The ways in which the Church engages with children has come a long way from traditional Sunday school. Now it’s a lot more fun, but still with a touch of class.
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