The Eroding Freedom of Faith

For many of us we might know that the Ruddock Review into Freedom of Faith will be reported to the Federal Government on the next few weeks. There have been over 17,000 submissions for this review. During the lead up to the changing of the Marriage Act plebiscite last year the Prime Minister and the Attorney General said that faith … Read More

We desire to Grow as a body working together

As the body of Christ at Life Anglican, we are privileged to be connected to our God and being directed by Him in the things that He calls us to say and do. There is great diversity in our church of age, backgrounds, personalities, and giftedness. There are no appendixes or obsolete or non-functioning members of the body of Christ … Read More

Crossroads: Palm Sunday

The first Palm Sunday was the ‘coronation of Jesus’ as our loving king entered his own city to establish the rule of the long-awaited Messiah King. The crowds were excited and waved their palm fronds and put down their cloaks on the ground before their Saviour King. They were welcoming him, they were excited and shouted out Hosanna. Jesus was … Read More

I need to hear the stories of God’s love on repeat

Have you ever been ‘stuck’ with your favourite elderly grandfather and he is telling you a story that you have heard from him 8 or 9 times in the last 12 months? It’s hard to listen with enthusiasm when you can complete his sentences and you know the punch line. Paul Tillich once said, “The first duty of love is … Read More