Anne Hansen from Lutheran Tract Mission was asked by some school chaplains to write a series of tracts for children. The catch: the text had to express the love of Jesus, but not mention his name. Could you do it?
Being a Christian chaplain in a government school means you can’t explicitly preach the good news about Jesus to students. But that suits Sharon Salomon just fine, because there’s no rule against living the gospel!
Being a Christian chaplain in a government school means you can’t explicitly preach the good news of Jesus to students, but that suits Sharon Salomon just fine because there’s no rule against living the gospel as an example.
On 1 June approximately 80 members and friends of Peter’s Lutheran Church Hobart gathered to celebrate 70 years of worship in Hobart. The evening was held in the St Peter’s Centre at Eastside Lutheran College. The theme for the evening was black and gold. These colours were chosen deliberately – the black to represent the… Read more
Students from Lutheran Ormeau Rivers District School (LORDS) at Pimpama on Queensland’s Gold Coast recently found a unique way to recognise the LCA’s 50.500 initiative and celebrate their own milestone. At the school’s chapel assembly on Reformation Day the students from years 3, 4 and 6 created the 500 sign out of the LORDS and… Read more