National Magazine of the Lutheran Church of Australia
I am in hospital with my baby in my arms. My beautiful baby boy. I relish the joy of him …
In Australia it is easy to feel that we are isolated. But that is not true:
Using talents and resources for the good of others brings God’s love into our communities.
Teenagers are turning off lectures on bullying. Two Lutheran filmmakers invite them to ‘look and learn’ instead.
Behind us lay an experience we will not forget. We had completed walking part of the Camino Portugués (Camino means ‘path’)—the pilgrims’ way that links Lisbon in Portugal with Santiago de Compostela in Spain.
2013, my son Jon and I stepped, weary but triumphant, into the huge courtyard in front of the cathedral in Spain
Five pastoral ministry graduates begin serving across the LCA this year. Introducing …
What happens when lay workers from around Australia join together? Here’s just a taste—in their words
When I am doing well, but also when I am making a mess of things, I bring Jesus.When I am good and when I am bad.
What is it about suggesting a long lunch that somehow also shouts out ‘Yay, picnic!’?