National Magazine of the Lutheran Church of Australia
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.
What could one particular group of African, Indigenous Australian and Caucasian teenage girls from Kilburn have in common? An extreme level of passion and …
All generations of our church must come together to face the same challenge the Israelites faced when they crossed the River Jordan into …
In his sermon prior to his installation as our first bishop, John Henderson voiced the question that’s been doing laps around the LCA for months.