National Magazine of the Lutheran Church of Australia
There is no magical cure for dementia but help and support is available. And, best of all, God promises he will always be with us.
Music and singing can have a dramatic positive influence on physical and mental wellbeing, including helping to connect people to their memories.
With 2017 marking 500 years since the Reformation, our series of articles by Lutheran and Catholic authors about the impacts of this world-changing event continues.
Ninety Victorians made history on 29 June, but it had nothing to do with the upcoming federal election or end of the financial year!
If the great reformer himself could have attended the Martin Luther@500 conference held in Melbourne recently, what would he say to the church?
Church worship can be a hot potato for us in the LCA/NZ. Delve into the heart of the matter as we explore some of the burning questions.
Music is a vital part of our church’s worship tradition. But do we make it the priority it should be in our congregations?
With 2017 marking 500 years since the Reformation, we are publishing a series of articles by Lutheran and Catholic authors about the impacts of this world-changing event.
A group of New Zealand and Australian Lutherans and international guests will be the first in the world to greet the Reformation anniversary year in 2017.
It begins with a low rumbling sound and builds up to a roaring crescendo within a few seconds.