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Next Gen Aris(ing)

Next Gen Aris(ing)

Now in its fifth year, Next Gen Arise (NGA) continues to support young people from ...

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Wellsprings of hope in a scorched land

Wellsprings of hope in a scorched land

This report is adapted from Uniting Church in Australia Assembly media sources with additional information ...

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Jesus, light of the world

Jesus, light of the world

Rev Shane Kammermann reflects on the life-giving light of Jesus, illuminating the darkest places in ...

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From Mount Gravatt to the united nations

From Mount Gravatt to the United Nations

Southside Uniting Church member Caitlyn Robinson has been selected as one of six young women ...

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Opinion

Navigating tolerance for modern Christians

The sixteenth of November was World Day of Tolerance. What a great idea, what a great virtue. We are ...

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The fundamentals of One Church

One Church. If One Church is the “what” of Project Plenty’s focus on church’s identity, ...

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Wisdom as a whisper

There’s a lot of shouting in the streets; plenty of noise. Noise isn’t the same ...

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Wisdom shouts in the streets

I have found that wisdom is generally not easy to come by without hard-earned vulnerability ...

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Culture

The art of letting the spirit flow

Queensland artist Uncle Jo Stuurman talks about his work and the enduring link between art, ...

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Book review: Little Faith and The Gospel According to Lazarus

Is faith fervour? Or a holding on in the company of doubt? Two rather different ...

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Book review: The Lost Art of Scripture

World-renowned religious author Karen Armstrong explores the value of scripture in an increasingly secularised world ...

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The art of creating community

Rev Dona Spencer was born in and grew up in Atherton, far north Queensland, where ...

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