Cross has power for all cultures

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Cross-cultural ministry is alive and well in the Lutheran Church of Australia. But much, much more work in this area is required.

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Boat to the Barossa

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Yung Nietschke is not your typical Barossa Valley farmer’s wife. She was raised as a Catholic and came to Australia as a refugee from Vietnam when she was a child.

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Shining through diversity

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The leaders at Sunshine Christian School in Melbourne’s western suburbs believe the multicultural community it serves presents unique opportunities to share the gospel.

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Called to do more than a good job

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We are all called to serve God in whatever work we do and wherever we do it. We asked four people to share their stories about their calling or ‘vocation’.






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Taking up the call in 2017

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Meet the six pastoral ministry graduates from Australian Lutheran College who are stepping out in faith to begin their first assignments as pastors in the LCA.






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The Lutheran turns 50

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As your LCA magazine turns 50 in 2017, we look back at its transformation over five decades in the cause of serving the church.






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How love came to life in a Fanta cake

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Lutheran volunteer Kiso has a special recipe for showing love in practical ways for the poor who live in the mountains of Papua New Guinea.






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Sharing the true Christmas spirit

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The season of Christmas can offer unique opportunities to reach out to and serve the community beyond our church doors. We asked some congregations to share their stories.






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Generosity brings gratitude

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The LCA’s appeal for those hit by fires in Western Australian and South Australia raised more than $300,000 and led to an outpouring of genuine gratitude.






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‘Mum, Dad, I’m gay’

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Having a son or daughter ‘come out’ as homosexual is not something many parents are prepared for. How would you respond if this happened to you?






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