The consequences of silencing the Christian voice are far reaching beyond just the loss of Christian freedoms, other voices will fill the void.
Schoolies is an interesting topic and one that seems to evoke a lot of emotion within parents, but for us, it has been an opportunity that we have embraced.
One year on, it’s worth us reflecting: what has changed over the last 12 months and how might we act in this new environment?
The growing suspicion that Christians are facing from the wider culture makes this conversation an increasingly urgent one.
The invaluable role that woman play throughout society inspired the theme “Because of her, we can!” which highlights this year’s NAIDOC Week celebrations.
According to research, 6 or 7 Australians in every 10 have never actually engaged with an Aboriginal person, and many Aussies are still in the dark about our Aboriginal history.
Many Christians feel we’re losing the ‘culture war’. From SSM to euthanasia, the traditional Christian perspective has lost ground in much of mainstream society. We’re a minority.
How do we deal with the legacy of Christianity in our nation when not everyone believes its ideals reflect the country we’re becoming?
How can a good God allow evil to exist? Is there a conflict between Science and Christianity? Having conversations on hard topics is a great step towards biblical worldview formation.