The Lutheran is one of the most highly awarded publications within the Australasian Religious Press Association and we’re very proud of it.
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The cultural and ethnic make-up of communities in which many Lutheran churches are based has changed dramatically. How can we best serve alongside people of all nations so that we truly welcome ‘the stranger’ with the gospel?
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The LCANZ’s New Horizons local mission conference program is heading to Sydney in May. This follows a successful 2021 launch at which more than 50 people attended a two-day workshop in Adelaide.
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Bringing together the teaching skills of retired teachers with the learning needs of children, many of whom are refugees, has been a match made in heaven for one northern suburbs school in Adelaide.
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This month’s featured photo
Australian Lutheran World Service (ALWS) board chair Jodie Hoff (right) and board member Michael Stolz managed to get in some COVID-safe reading at Sydney airport on their way home from Albury, New South Wales, to Queensland in March. They’d been at ALWS for the board’s first face-to-face meeting since 2019. Big storms hitting NSW and Queensland meant returning to the Sunshine State was touch-and-go, but Michael made it home in the nick of time for a Lions AFL game, while Jodie, who is the principal at LORDS (Lutheran Ormeau Rivers District School) on the Gold Coast, was back to prepare the school in case of a COVID lockdown, which occurred the following week.
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