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The gift of hope, hand-delivered to remote Aussies

Felipe Beltran reflects on our wonderful Uniting Church bush chaplains who minister to those living ...

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Called to be a house of prayer for all the nations

What does it mean to be One Church? Four Queensland Uniting Church members share inspirational ...

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Beyond expectations

As we enter the Christmas season and reflect on the birth of our servant-king, what ...

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Activating faith in a new generation

Simon Gomersall—Director of Activate (Gap Year Program) at Trinity College Queensland—sat down with students towards ...

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Opinion

Boundary Riding: Summer 2019

Did you get to see any of the ABC’s Old People’s Home for 4 Year ...

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Postcards From The Past

In 1402 Jan Hus was appointed preacher to the University Chapel of Bethlehem (in Prague, a city in ...

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Climate change in the Asia-Pacific

Queensland Synod General Secretary Rev Heather den Houting reflects on the devastating consequences of climate ...

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What will be your legacy?

Leaving a legacy Some of us might shy away from thinking about leaving a legacy ...

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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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