The Lutheran is one of the most highly awarded publications within the Australasian Religious Press Association and we’re very proud of it.
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At 32 weeks into the pregnancy, Karen Dymke discovered via an ultrasound exam that her third child was to be born with half a brain.
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This month marks 75 years of Lutheran media outreach in Australia. On 2 September 1945, The Lutheran Hour program was first broadcast on Australian radio, sharing the good news of Jesus Christ to thousands of people around the nation.
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It was a baptism of fire raining down on the head of Elisabeth Clarke that sparked her unique ministry almost a decade ago.
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Good news warriors
Pastor Richard Schwedes from Sydney Lutheran Parish introduced Pastor Myadagmaa Sainaa, from Good News Lutheran Church in Ulaanbaatar, to some reading from home while on a pre-COVID trip to Mongolia. Seen here at the Chinggis Khaan Statue Complex, Pastor Richard was in the Central Asian nation to visit parishioners who had gone home to Mongolia for holidays. Pastor Sainna’s son is also studying in Sydney. Pastor Richard, who has been hosting a Mongolian Bible study, also met Pastor Sainna’s congregations during the visit.
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