The future of the Australian church may be Asian, but not Asian as you know it. There is a rising generation known as “third-culture kids”, given their Westernised yet traditional immigrant upbringing in Australia
In trying to get with the times to be mainstream and socially acceptable, many have forgotten that the Gospel is a timeless truth.
Roydon Ng reflects on an interesting fortnight in Australia where politics, society and faith spectacularly collided with Graham, Peterson and Pell
Adding to the pain experienced by transgender people will undermine the Christian testimony and make it harder to live in accordance with an identity vested in Jesus Christ
As Christians seeking to make the most out of difficult political situations, we have the assurance that we don’t go in our strength, but prayerfully we have the support of the Jesus Christ because He is the One who has authority over heaven and earth.
It’s not about whether you Vote 1 for a left or right wing party, Jesus cares about whether you’ve made Him number 1 in your life…
Perhaps it’s wise to stop asking ‘why I didn’t report it’ but treat every claim seriously through a due process. Churches ought to be a place of hope and it can once again shine in the community as a beacon of such hope if it can heal among itself through the Holy Spirit.
Christianity is worth fighting for. There is so much that we owe to Christianity, it can be described as a debt that many in the world are either naive or blatantly ignorant about.
To respond to ridicule and rejection with anger at those who marginalise Christians is to close the door on public discussions of faith.
As Australia grows in wealth, we are becoming an increasingly individualistic society – one that seeks less and less to relate to the community around us as well as growing distant from our Christian heritage.