National Magazine of the Lutheran Church of Australia
Is social media a space we, as Christians, can better use for the good of the gospel? We asked online media consultant Rikki Lambert to share his views.
Thousands of refugee children will be supported to go to school in East African refugee camps, thanks to the commitment and generosity of our Lutheran family and friends.
The impact of COVID-19 has not by-passed Central Australian Lutheran communities but there have been many creative innovations in caring for and ministering to people.
The LCA’s vision for reconciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians is inspired by the gospel of reconciliation in Jesus Christ.
Looking at a photo from the early 1900s of her grandfather as a young Aboriginal man on his confirmation day, she said: ‘Thank you! This is just what I’ve been looking for!’
How do you manage a numbers limit at a funeral with so many family and friends wanting to pay their respects and say goodbye?
The LCA/NZ’s New and Renewing Churches serves God’s kingdom through church planting and renewal – and aims, with the Holy Spirit, to plant 230 churches in 10 years.
For Susie Taylor, the LCA/NZ church plant at Pakenham’s Lakeside College in Melbourne’s outer south-eastern suburbs is an answer to prayer – and a place where God is working miracles in people’s lives.
By offering Messy Church at Waikerie in SA, the Lutheran Church has tried to create a joyful Christian learning environment to engage children and school families.
What happened between the moment I fell in love with my child and the moment I found myself on the floor, exhausted, depressed and defeated? Life and motherhood is what happened.