The book of Jonah is obviously more than a child’s fairy tale.
Genetic manipulation is no longer in the realm of science fiction, raising a whole new set of ethical dilemmas.
Crosslight has a new size, new look and new features. And proving the adage “nice things come in small packages” is true, the 40-page A4-sized magazine has been enthusiastically received.
Bradon French on what's needed to encourage more young people to become involved in church leadership.
Korean War veteran Mike Kowalski whiles away his days camped on his porch in the Michigan suburbs growling a racist’s thesaurus of insults at or about his ethnic neighbours.
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.
Amanda and Will Nicholas are Uniting Church ministers. And they’ve also been married for 22 years – which is quite remarkable when you take into account Will’s fruit-testing technique.
Rev Tim Matton Johnson has retired after more than 30 years of ordained ministry during which he played a prominent leadership role in helping the Uniting Church live out a Covenant relationship between First and Second
Plenty, it seems, particularly in the social justice sphere, which is why Mark Zirnsak does an 11-hour JIM workout fives days a week.
A number of people connected with the UCA Synod of Victoria and Tasmania have received Australia Day honours.
Leading up to Australia Day, Christian, Islamic and Jewish representatives have issued a common call for the nation to adopt compassion as its guiding principle.
As the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety gets underway UnitingCare Australia has welcomed the focus on creating a system of aged care that provides quality, compassionate care and a safe environment.
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