National Magazine of the Lutheran Church of Australia
Some people find that sharing their faith comes naturally, but for others of us it may even be something we dread. We asked Dean Eaton, from the LCA’s Local Mission office, for some tips, strategies and words of encouragement.
Some people don’t feel well-equipped to pass on their faith to their children or grandchildren. Thankfully, the team from the LCA’s Grow Ministries has advice and resources to help
Singer-songwriter Deborah Robertson has shared the pain of her miscarriages through the powerful autobiographical song ‘He’s Being Your Mum’. The song is a result of her realisation that her unborn babies are in Jesus’ care and the hope that gives her. Meet her here and read the full story in The Lutheran.
A founding member of the International Society of Science and Religion, Rev Dr Mark Worthing offers his view on how we confess our ancient faith in an age of science and technology.
How do science and faith interact when it comes to understanding human life? A former bioethics researcher, Kimberley Pfeiffer shares her biblically based reflections.
Shining God’s light into the world can happen wherever you may be. Just ask Arthur Hall, who lived in PNG as a child and returned there 60 years later, as a volunteer for LCA International Mission.
Grow Ministries invited young people in the LCA from across Australia and New Zealand to learn more about and share their voices on issues that our church is facing prior to the 2018 National Convention of Synod.
A Ngaanyatjarra woman on her father’s side and Kronie on her mother’s side, Lutheran Andrea Mason knows the benefits of slowing down to learn from other Indigenous leaders.
At the 2015 General Convention of Synod, the LCA launched 50.500 as a mechanism to recognise church milestones and to undertake future seed projects. One project identified by Bishop John Henderson was ‘Hearing the Indigenous Voice’.
Five people from Hope Vale on Cape York Peninsula in Far North Queensland generously share their views on what it’s like to be an Aboriginal person in one of the most remote congregations of the LCA.