The current drought in Australia is, according to historical research, unprecedented. As we look around we see many pictures of how farmers are struggling with survival across this great country of ours.
“Christian people and particularly pastors and leaders, the culture war is not something we can ignore…if we don’t make a stand it will affect us adversely.” Dr Kameel Majdali.
“Our history curriculum is failing to address Australia’s Christian roots for legal and political institutions and how Common Law has impacted society.” Dr Augusto Zimmerman.
‘Do not look behind you.’ Genesis 19:17 NKJV One time in the West Indies five ships, one of them British, were anchored in the harbour when a monster storm rolled in. The British captain immediately raised anchor and sailed out to meet it. Two days later, battered but still intact, he returned to the harbour …Read More
It’s hard not to be moved by its driving beat and message: about choosing a joyous outlook despite the world’s troubles; about looking up from our depressing news feeds, and connecting as humans.
(If there’s a mosque going up near you)..”Even support it, and when they open up, bake a bunch of sweets..,’We’re from the church down the street!’ Abdu Murray,RZIM.
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An attempt to ensure Christian witness continues in NSW
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“Apparently I screamed that loud when they took my baby sister away, that scream was in my father’s head all the time he was in the different concentration camps.” Netty, holocaust survivor.
“It was seeing Jesus at the foot of my bed just comforting me and waiting for me to wake up…I believe He gave me a new heart, a brand new heart for His people.” Joel Tuita.