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
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.
How can we give an answer if we fail to recognise the question being asked?
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.
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.
“It was one thing to be successful and to gain a diploma, but my relationship with Christ and the story of being saved give me a higher purpose to aspire to” – Amina, daughter of microfinance loan recipient in the Philippines
Twenty-two year old UNSW law student Brendon Zhu is the second youngest councillor elected in the 2017 local government elections