National Magazine of the Lutheran Church of Australia
Like many expectant parents, having their first child was something Rachel and Pete Schilling were really excited about. But soon after their son’s birth, their ultimate joy turned to unbearable sorrow.
Being a mother to four and grandmother to seven has brought Barbara Schmidt immeasurable joy. She knows every moment with her children and grandchildren is…
As National Reconciliation Week approaches, where are we as Christians in these celebrations, in this remembrance, in these commemorations and in this conversation?
Cross-cultural ministry is alive and well in the Lutheran Church of Australia. But much, much more work in this area is required.
Jesus spoke pointedly to the disciples about their questions of the end times, including war.
Mary Abuk Dau was still a child, living on her family’s farm in Sudan’s south, when civil war flared up there in 1991. She walked for years in search of safety.
Paul Kraus believes he may be the only Australian Lutheran Holocaust survivor. He has cheated death time and time again – a fact Paul knows is due to God’s saving grace. This is his remarkable story.
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.
The leaders at Sunshine Christian School in Melbourne’s western suburbs believe the multicultural community it serves presents unique opportunities to share the gospel.
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’.