We must always be on the lookout for whatever needs might arise in our neighbourhood. When we serve, we realize how much we need each other.
Christians do not need to defend the Church for the sake of maintaining a foothold but rather to be building one another up in love
The lack of a Traffic & Transport Study suggests Council is not putting community interests first when considering changes to the John Street Carpark.
Cumberland is a great place to live and for our community to succeed, the next generation must continue to be empowered.
When people “stop believing in God they don’t believe in nothing; they believe in anything” are the famous words of GK Chesterton that continue to speak volumes in our post-modern society today.
When we as followers of Jesus face adversity, there ought to be no fear of death but the challenge of how we can be leading others to be making the most of the here and now for the sake of the Gospel.
How can we give an answer if we fail to recognise the question being asked?
Australia as a nation, we ought to humble ourselves before God once again to become the Great South Land of the Holy Spirit and come to know His word.
Every step that we take, every decision that we make, and every word that is uttered is a determination from our faith
It is time that we reflect on the role of women in our society and afford all whom have been created in God’s image the dignified celebration and recognition of their humanity.
I call on Council to embrace its commitment to multiculturalism by using an ‘Asset Based Community Development’ approach towards empowering Cumberland residents as culturally and linguistically diverse as we are to come together.
Council is urged to look holistically at Pippita with the rebuilding of the railway station for a CityExpress service with a Park n Ride as well as an active transport corridor.