Being called a ‘Ham’ may not be too flattering for most people, but for Western Australian 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.
When the first flush of spring and summer flowers bloom, who doesn’t want to stop and smell the roses? And so a rose garden planted as a heartwarming invitation to a suburban church has become a chance to witness to the beauty of God’s creation among its local community.
When Rockingham Mandurah Lutheran Church, Western Australia, began a church-planting journey more than four years ago, they knew they couldn’t source all the necessary funding from within their community. But the Holy Spirit had things in hand.
#youngSAVEDfree In this monthly column we hear from young people in our church about the ministries and mission they are part of – and how we in the LCA can better engage with youth in our communities. Growing up in a Christian household, Thomas Schubert has always seen faith as a natural part of his… Read more