‘My life-changing gift’

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.

Lutheran media outreach turns 75

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.

Candles light a fire for ministry

It was a baptism of fire raining down on the head of Elisabeth Clarke that sparked her unique ministry almost a decade ago.

What I’ve learnt from home

When COVID-19 restrictions closed offices, Amy Dahlenburg began working from home. She says the upheaval has brought some lessons – and blessings – home for her.

Online worship makes legitimate connections

When Pastor Tim Stringer began his doctoral thesis on streamed worship in the LCA, little did he know how important online worship would be during the coronavirus pandemic.

A revolution! Learning to be church in a pandemic

Amid all the suffering from COVID-19, God has given us some precious and rare gifts, including the chance to reflect on being his church in the world.