But Christ has already come as the High Priest of the good things that are already here. The tent in which he serves is greater and more perfect; it is not a tent made by human hands, that is, it is not a part of this created world. When Christ went through the tent and… Read more
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Rachel and Pete Schilling were excited to be expecting their first child. But soon after their son’s birth, their ultimate joy turned to unbearable sorrow.
We have this hope as an anchor for our lives. It is safe and sure, and geos through the curtain of the heavenly temple into the inner sanctuary. On our behalf Jesus has gone in there before us and has become a high priest for ever, in the priestly order of Melchizedek. (verses 19,20) Read… Read more
Nothing was the same after that Easter morning. Everything has changed, forever. God has the whole world in his hands. He has you in his hands.
When the centurion and those with him who were guarding Jesus saw the earthquake and all that had happened, they were terrified, and exclaimed, “Surely he was the Son of God!” (Verse 54) Read Matthew 27:11–54 In 2008 Pope Benedict XVI visited Australia. Because of my position at the time I was invited to several… Read more
An amazing strength of character shines through the diminutive Daphne Puntjina. She has a strong love for God and for her Central Australian community.
They asked Jesus, ‘Were we not right in saying that you are a Samaritan and have a demon in you?’ ‘I have no demon’, Jesus answered. ‘I honour my Father, but you dishonour me. I am not seeking honour for myself. But there is one who is seeking it and who judges in my favour…. Read more
When Jesus heard what had happened, he found the man and asked him, ‘Do you believe in the Son of Man?’ The man answered, ‘Tell me who he is, sir, so that I can believe in him!’ Jesus said to him, ‘You have already seen him, and he is the one who is talking with… Read more
No-one is immune from the fear and the terror of war, but most people in Australia are insulated from the realities of it; the death and destruction and the torturous pain of loss has been left to other corners of the globe. But we still hear about the war – and the rumours of the faceless conflict.
Dr Wendy Mayer has become Australian Lutheran College’s (ALC) first professor, being appointed to the title last month by the council of the University of Divinity, of which ALC is a part. Professor Mayer was recently installed as ALC’s Associate Dean for Research. ALC Principal Pastor James Winderlich said Professor Mayer’s leadership in ‘developing and… Read more