National Magazine of the Lutheran Church of Australia
On 20 September, 2011, Edna Vonow sat at this remote railway line waiting for a train to go through the crossing. The driver waved at her and she …
The people he meets are captivated, not just by his wide smile, but, more importantly, by the powerful message of peace, reconciliation and love which he brings. Read about Bishop Munib Younan
The United Nations estimates that more than 480,000 Syrian refugees are now in Jordan, from a total of two million Syrians fleeing the fighting.
There really is no way to sugar-coat the start of this story. But just like the greatest of all Easter stories, this one transforms into a story of love triumphing over the odds.
9-10 November marks the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the ‘Night of Broken Glass’ and beginning of the Holocaust in Nazi Germany. In those dark days it took true courage to welcome a stranger.
Approximately 1000 participants gathered in the humid embrace of spring in Brisbane for the fourth Australian Conference …
A young woman comes into the shop, looking for a book on printing or calligraphy. ‘I’m getting married soon and we don’t have much money …
Having a choice is something that Australians take for granted, but for many people choice is limited—or even absent.
After worship I take up my regular spot at the back of the church. Like a smiling sentinel, it’s my responsibility to greet worshippers as they exit the building.
The Upside Down Circus was born in 2010—an opportunity for families living in the northern suburbs of Adelaide to discover that Jesus turns our upside-down world the right way up.