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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In the 20th century, medicine and improved public health measures in Australia were very successful in increasing life expectancy. However, this has changed the pattern of ageing and the pattern of dying, says Dr Clare Seligmann.
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Rev Dr Michael Lockwood has answered the call to serve as a missionary with the Lutheran Church in the Philippines, a partner church of the LCANZ through LCA International Mission.
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Being called a ‘Ham’ may not be too flattering for most people, but for WA retiree John Stephens it is a badge of honour. That’s because the 85-year-old has been a ‘Ham’ for most of his life – an amateur radio operator that is.
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This month’s featured photo
60 reasons to celebrate in style
When Nevin Nitschke turned 60, he celebrated the milestone birthday in unique style. Not only did the LCA International Mission Program Officer ensure he had some good reading on hand, he also donned a new work ‘uniform’ crocheted by fellow Barossan and Churchwide Office colleague, Vicki Rochow, of Grow Ministries. Nevin is a member at Bethany Tabor Lutheran Church, while Vicki attends Langmeil Tanunda, also in South Australia’s Barossa Valley.
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