A rich expression of reconciliation in Jesus
Two prayers for Australia’s Federal Election
Anthea McCall: A theologian deeply grounded in reality with all its joys and messiness
Rev Anthea McCall, 1 June 1961 – 28 April 2022 There was something about Anthea…
Things I am asked: Why go to church?
OPINION You’ve probably heard people say: ‘You don’t have to go to church to be…
UCA’s 16th Assembly wrap-up
Diverse voices, renewal of Covenant with First Nations Peoples and plans to prevent harm to LGBTIQA+ people
How do I vote in a Christian way?
As a pastor, I often get asked a host of diverse questions: “How do I…
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Mythbusting the Anglican votes
An old joke about economist commentators is that “so-and-so has predicted ten of the last…
Small is beautiful; the rise of the microchurch
This might be the cultural moment for small churches. So said Bree Mills, in the…
Fred Nile joins a new party, and introduces an Aboriginal rights bill
Fred Nile, the long-serving leader of the now-vanished Christian Democratic Party, has found a new…
The looming battles of faith in higher education
Missionary Diary: Flying nurses – and doctors – in Liberia
Will Graham – God’s great storyteller – is back Down Under
Christ’s teachings are the antidote to war
Jesus the only certainty worth investing in
Obadiah Slope on Conservatives, progressives, tears and testimony
Musings from the Anglican General Synod
Real pro-life in a dying world
OPINION A short time before the Victorian parliament passed what was then (perhaps still?) Australia’s…
Obadiah Slope does not believe that politics will be a conversation topic in heaven
Not a blindness, but a hunger … for God
Things I am asked: Are the crazy Old Testament stories true?
Pope canonises ten new saints who offered their lives ‘without expectation of worldly glory’
Ten new Catholic saints were canonised on Sunday, with Pope Francis presiding over a Eucharistic…
At least eight slain in attack on Christian area of Nigeria
ABUJA, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – At least eight people were killed in an attack…
18 Christians in India jailed, fight false charge of five years ago
Archbishop Justin Welby apologises for "building hell, putting children into it and staffing it"
When mission comes in unexpected guises
No whiff of burning but all the sizzle … voting before polling day
Well, we are just days away from the federal election, but of course many will…
King James or Good News – do we need to choose?
A letter from a Bible Translation Consultant
Faith-based aged-care providers consider future as VAD Bill passes without conscientious objection clause
UPDATE, May 19. The Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2021 today passed the NSW Legislative Assembly…
Welcome to The Shed Door – Church in thongs
Children of church families feel close to Jesus, but less so as they grow
Church growth in East Arnhem Land, ‘just like fire when we light it up’
The new face of Bible College – learn, develop and minister from within your local church
Vision Colleges began with Rev Ken Chant in 1984 as a local church bible college.…
Bedford College: Creating job-ready Christians ready to serve the Lord
Imagine being offered a job before you’ve even graduated. That’s the case for some of…
How can Christian communities support foster care?
The Challenge: Many of us may be familiar with an older style of foster care,…
‘I couldn’t argue with the change I saw in my family’
Bill’s story | A long recovery and the grace of God
‘I have seen that God uses weaknesses, more than he uses strength’
Luke’s story | In weakness, fear and failure
‘I hadn’t seen a Bible or heard the gospel, but God worked a miracle in my heart’
Hadija’s story | The astounding grace of Jesus in Southern Russia
‘God didn’t quit on me, even when I moved 15,000 kilometres away’
‘I knew God wanted me to deal with the adoption’
‘I spent my life feeling I was ‘leave-able’’
God on the Green Isle – Sharon
Sharon, a self-confessed scaredy-cat, shares how God surprised her with a mission trip that lasted seventeen years, and a family when she was well into middle age.
Love ONE ANOTHER
This episode is all about loving others and how we can develop it as a skill. Refine your heart to have loving intentions and just keep practising, because love wipes away many sins!
Leviticus Saved My Life – Geoff
Geoff is an Irish lad who thought the last thing he would do was enter into full-time ministry on the other side of the world, but God had other plans – including using an ancient book to literally save his life.