Imagine how you’d feel if you were stranded in another country with all the current health concerns – and you couldn’t speak the language. Many of our LCA/NZ congregations engaged in Cross-Cultural Ministry are responding to these needs, and being innovative in how they minister to people.
Singalongs at the remote Amunturrngu community and neighbouring outstations in the south of the Northern Territory have become cultural celebrations observing anti-viral protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic. The nightly events at Mount Liebig are being enriched by senior students from the local Watiyawanu School. Teaching principal Larry Kenny said the students were supplying music and… Read more
The late Pastor Paul Albers had organised everything about his funeral but COVID-19 restrictions meant it could not proceed as originally planned. With only 10 people able to attend funerals when he was farewelled in late March, how do you manage with so many wanting to pay their respects?
Earlier this year our lives were filled with activity but the COVID-19 pandemic has changed everything. Reflecting on these unprecedented times, GP and counsellor Dr Kirsten Due says the key is seeking to understand ‘what God is doing in our lives – how he is redefining us’.