National Magazine of the Lutheran Church of Australia
Two women working across two ancient cultures; united by the desire to provide the gospel in a language which people can understand
Rules … Ask any child or young adult what they think of rules and you will probably hear, ‘yuck!’, ‘bleugh!
Deep in southern India, a warm February morning dawns over Trivandrum, the capital city of Kerala.
Together with Lee’s fans around the world, eight-year-old Alfred Yau was shattered by the news. Lee, the real-life action hero, was an ‘iron man’,
It takes a special sort of determination to challenge the status quo, especially in institutions that cling to tradition.
This story begins on the promise of a cruise ship that will carry precious cargo to a safer, more fruitful life in Australia.
The 2011 Queensland floods caused major devastation and disruption. But even though this is still evident three years later, Ipswich parish are looking beyond their own troubles to help others.
I realised that my reaction was explainable and that the emotions overwhelming me were really my own grief.
Providing a spiritual home for brothers and sisters far from home has brought rich blessings to St Matthew’s, Footscray.
Throughout the Book of Job we
hear him questioning God’s way
of acting, and we observe God
respecting his challenge