Covid19 Update 13/03/2020

You will have heard in the news today that the Prime Minister has announced that as of Monday non-essential gatherings of 500+ should be suspended, as a precautionary measure. You may be wondering what this means for Living Church. At this stage, our gatherings will happen as usual on Sunday

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#EachForEqual – Jesus, me, and gender equality

Every March 8, organisations around the world join together to partake in the conversation about what it would take to make society one where women are given an equal opportunity. This year, IWD is prompting us to individually think about our contribution to collective gender equality. The church has not

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#ChangeTheHeart this Australia Day

The tensions around Australia Day have become steadily harder to navigate. As Christians our first response should be to listen, and then to pray for a change of heart – in ways that bring reconcilliation.

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13 Reasons Why Not

“You don’t know what goes on in anyone’s life but your own. And when you mess with one part of a person’s life, you’re not messing with just that part. Unfortunately, you can’t be that precise and selective. When you mess with one part of a person’s life, you’re messing

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How should the church care for refugees?

God’s Word gives us clear principles about caring for people, especially people in need. In our current day and age, refugees are in great need. We also use the terms “asylum-seeker” and “displaced person”, but we’re talking about anybody for whom their “home” – the place where their heart feels

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Why Good Intentions are Bad Practice

Habits and Goals Have you noticed that good intentions never bring the deep change we long for in life? I might hear a good talk one Sunday and feel challenged about growing in certain areas of my life. But then I don’t grow. I come back next Sunday realising nothing

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