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Principal Answers God’s Call to Donate Kidney to Students’ Father

The 57-year-old woman spoke with her family, hoping that they would talk her out of it – but they encouraged her.

Church Empowers Women, Youth in Congo

A church has partnered with the Congolese government to open a vocational training centre for women and youth.

Christians to Unite for World Day of Prayer

Church services will be held throughout Australia next month to coincide with this year’s World Day of Prayer.

Beloved Animal’s Death Sparks Christian Outreach

The death of a beloved dog in the US has led to an outpouring of evangelism from the dog’s owner.

Prom Night Event Shows God’s Love

An event aimed at honouring those with special needs by celebrating God’s love for them has been held again by churches around the world.

South American Teacher to Serve God in Japan

A young Christian from South America is preparing to serve God as a missionary half a world away in Asia.

International Religious Freedom Alliance Doesn’t Include Australia

Twenty-seven countries have joined the group to reduce religious persecution around the world – but Australia is absent.

Airline Drops Christian Chocolate Supplier

Swiss Airlines will stop supplying their passengers with sweet treats made by the Christian chocolate manufacturer Läderach.

Church’s Novel Approach to Reducing Environmental Impact

The Church of England is turning to heated cushions as part of a new zero carbon strategy.

Soaring Enrolments for Australian Christian Schools

Christian schools added more than 10,000 students between 2013 and 2018.

Marriage Vote

Lyle Shelton Eyes Senate Possibility

Traditional marriage campaigner Lyle Shelton has his sights set on a seat in the Senate.

Margaret Court Shuns Aussie Open

Tennis legend Margaret Court has turned her back on the Australian Open this year and will go crabbing instead.

First Legal Same-Sex Marriages in January

Australia’s first legal same-sex marriages will go ahead in January after a marathon session of parliament passed laws.

Australians endorse Same Sex Marriage

Australians have given same-sex marriage their approval with a 61.6 percent

Concerns Over Same Sex Marriage Bills

Lawyers criticise alternative same-sex marriage bill as an “extraordinary and perilous” winding back of anti-discrimination laws.

Alternative Bill Considered Over Same-Sex Marriage

Conservative MPs are reportedly working on an alternative bill to legalise same-sex marriage if the postal survey returns a yes vote.

Last Chance to Vote

The marathon run up to the postal vote on same sex marriage is almost at an end – any forms received after 6pm on Tuesday will not be counted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Pollsters Predict “Yes” Defeat

The Analytics Lab at Griffith University has reviewed opinions across Twitter and results point to a win for those supporting traditional marriage.

Traditional Marriage Campaigner – “Done Our Best”

Lyle Shelton says win or lose, the fight to protect freedom of speech, freedom of religion will continue.

Concern over Religious Freedom Guarantees

FOUR million Australians are yet to have their say on same-sex marriage postal survey, and today could be their last chance.

Latest News

Prime Minister Announces Bushfire Royal Commission

Scott Morrison released the inquiry’s terms of reference on Thursday, showing a focus on which levels of government are responsible for preparedness, response, resilience and recovery from fires and how this can be better coordinated.

Unemployment Rate Up Slightly For January

The bushfires and coronavirus had a major impact over the month.

Coronavirus Spreads Like Flu, Not SARS

Chinese scientists discover coronavirus behaves similar to influenza.

Australian Evacuees Arrive Home from Japan

Australian evacuees from the virus stricken Diamond Princess cruise ship have finally touched down in Darwin.

Royal Branding Title Under Discussion

Harry has spoken of his sadness at being forced to give up his royal duties.

Burns Victim Dies in Hospital

Detectives are still trying to establish how the fire started.

Principal Answers God’s Call to Donate Kidney to Students’ Father

The 57-year-old woman spoke with her family, hoping that they would talk her out of it – but they encouraged her.

Four Dead In Double Plane Crash Tragedy

Emergency services were called to two separate crash scenes near Mangalore Airport about 11.30am on Wednesday.

Multiple Fatalities In Queensland Car Explosion

Three children, aged under 10, were found dead in the car along with a man.

US Judge Rejects Huawei Challenge

A US court has rejected Huawei Technologies’ challenge to do business with federal agencies.

Kyrgios Injury Forces Withdrawal in Florida

Australians, Nick Kyrgios and Jordan Thompson, are out of the singles draw of the Delray Beach Open – both suffering injury.

Chinese Authorities Pledge More Action on Corona Virus

Hubei will check records of all fever patients who have visited doctors since January 20.

Storms Batter Parts of Sydney and New South Wales

A 37-year-old man died after he was struck by a gas bottle in The Rocks.

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