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.
Sally Douglas on why the amplification of the message that the good life is made up of consuming, achieving and being seen and liked is a problem.
Samuel Manhom spent his first 24 years surrounded by civil war. But the former Lost Boy has finally found a place to call home. Here is his remarkable story.
If you’re religious you’re spiritual, but the reverse doesn’t necessarily apply. Joan Wright Howie is interested in the space that overlaps.
Depression can strike anyone, any time, anywhere – something Laura Mazza knows only too well. But this mother of three is determined to fight back.
The Presbyterian Church of Korea visited CTM as part of their Australian tour celebrating the 130th anniversary of Australian Mission to Korea.
The UCA has called for changes to the proposed Religious Discrimination Bill to ensure the legislation will not override other human rights or existing protections from discrimination.
Amar Timalsina was just 12 when he was diagnosed with leprosy. It immediately saw him ostracised from his school, community and, worst of all, his family. It even cost him his marriage.
Muslim women are one of the most victimised groups in society. Synod has spent five years researching a booklet that aims to help eradicate the problem.
Victorian and Tasmanian UCA congregations and other ancillary groups who are doing the mission work of the church are invited to apply for next year’s Lenten Offering grants to support innovative projects.
Scores of UCA members and Synod staff joined an estimated 100,000 people to march in Melbourne as part of the Global Climate Strike on 20 September, demanding action against climate change.
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