National Magazine of the Lutheran Church of Australia
It is never easy to talk about money or giving, even among Christians. But while giving is central and significant to Christian living and identity, how do we know how much to give?
Six residents of Lutheran-managed aged-care homes and retirement villages share their thoughts and experiences about growing older in community.
With a Lutheran school in their area, the ministry focus of members at the Wyndham–Hobson Bay Multi-site Congregation in Melbourne’s west has long been on the young and families.
Grace Lutheran Church Bridgewater in the Adelaide Hills is thinking outside of the box when it comes to bringing love to life for people in need at Christmas this year.
The LCA will become the first national church in Australia to develop a Reconciliation Action Plan.
The discussion, debate and vote on the ordination of women and men in the LCA was an emotional one for many people at last month’s General Convention of Synod in Sydney.
General Convention worship themes followed the journey of the Israelites, from Exodus. With every step of faith they took away from slavery in Egypt towards freedom and future they were held safely in God’s hands. As are we.
Neil Bergmann is passionate about protecting and preserving earth’s natural resources. Here he shares a biblical reflection on our Christian responsibility to care for creation.
Earth care has long interested Dr Cathryn Hamilton. She has worked in and has a PhD in environment-related fields and today chairs the LCA’s Environmental Action Working Group.
One of the roles the LCA’s Commission on Worship fulfills is to work under the church’s College of Bishops to plan and coordinate the worship life of the triennial Convention of Synod.