Friday, August 23, 2019
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Nathan Brown talks faith that makes a difference

The author and editor explains why justice is a recurring theme in his writing.

Book Review: For the Least of These

This quarter's Sabbath School companion book is a rallying cry to "do justice".

Healing the wounds of childhood sexual abuse

A compulsory journey of reconciliation.

An hour in their shoes

Ashley Stanton explores the line between self-preservation and service to others.

Adventist voices speak for Australian aid

Four representatives and supporters of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia joined more than 200 Christians from across Australia.

Redeeming politics

"Well, what do we expect from politicians anyway?" Nathan Brown suggests Christians that have an apathetic attitude towards politics are failing in their responsibilities to participate in and contribute to the collective life and wellbeing of society.

I have a dream

The recent church compliance conversation started Melody Tan dreaming big dreams for future generations.

28 Fundamentals: True creationism

Why it's so much more than arguing against evolution. (Fundamental Belief #6)

28 Fundamentals: Seeking justice

In God's courtroom, Satan is the prosecutor and we are the accused. But we have a lawyer . . . and, as Lesleigh Bower writes, He is "no ordinary lawyer". (Fundamental Belief #24)

‘Cursed is anyone who denies justice to foreigners . . .’...

The plight of 1900 refugees held in indefinite detention on Manus Island and Nauru continues because we are not sufficiently raising our voices to bring this inhumanity to an end.
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