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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Being baptised as a baby has been traditional for most LCANZ members. But for Luke Horner the journey to joining God’s family has been different. Now a husband and father, Luke went to church occasionally as a child and attended a Lutheran primary school - but he’d never been baptised.
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After a two-year delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian Conference on Lutheran Education was held in Melbourne earlier this month, drawing 450 in-person attendees and a further 120 people online.
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When the Brisbane Bears joined what was to become the AFL in 1987, the club’s home at the famed Gabba - the Brisbane Cricket Ground - created an unexpected boon for the good folk of the nearby Nazareth Lutheran Church, Woolloongabba.
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This month’s featured photo
They go to the Rock!
Stephen Kroker prepares for a 10 kilometre walk around Uluru in the Northern Territory with some inspirational reading. With that t-shirt on, we’re wondering whether the Australian Lutheran World Service Operations Support Manager has been checking out a possible course for a future Walk My Way! The photo was taken by Stephen’s wife Janet during a recent holiday that had been postponed from 2021 due to a COVID lockdown. The Krokers are members at St Paul’s Glenelg in South Australia.
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