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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Anna Doecke didn’t recognise she was suffering from burnout until a counsellor pointed it out to her. Since then, she has learned how to set boundaries and treat herself with care and respect.
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More than 370 people recently participated in the first LCA Child Safety Standards for Congregations webinar, which outlined the new child safety standards developed especially for LCA congregations.
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Retiree Rob Krause reflects on Matthew 19:26 when he thinks of the decades of service he has provided to his local community - ‘with man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible’.
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Laura Shiromi David has been worshipping at St Lukes, Palmerston North NZ, ever since she arrived from Sri Lanka four years ago and met Jeanette Andersen at Massey University. Jeanette is a third-generation member of the congregation, which was known for many years locally as ‘the Danish church’ (photo: Rosie Schefe).
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