Discover the heart of who we are.
LCAQD has produced six short videos to explain five 'big rocks' of Lutheran teaching:
1. God is revealed as gracious and merciful
2. We are beloved and unique creatures of a loving creator
3. We sin against God and against each other
4. We are made to be with and for each other in relationships
5. God's ways are justice, mercy and peace
The video to the right provides an overview, and the button below leads to all six videos.
For $55 you can receive a single-use, non-theatrical screening right for your congregation or facility. You will also receive a copy of the DVD, access to posters and promotional images, and a guide for using the DVD to connect with your local community. More information.Read More
To celebrate and give thanks for 75 years of Lutheran Media, there are free Messages of Hope postcards available for you to use or give away. There are 3 types to choose from and you can order them from: https://lutheranmedia.org.au/greeting-cards or call us on 1800 353 350.Read More
After a total of 15 years of service as Director of Googa Outdoor Education and Retreat Centre, Mr Brad Teakle will conclude his service as Director at the end of 2020. Schools and the many students who have experienced Googa over this time can appreciate Brad’s leadership of what for many is a significant and formative… Read moreRead More
Delegates for Convention of General Synod (planned for Melbourne in October 2021) are advised not to book flights or accommodation yet. Due to uncertainties around COVID-19, there is no guarantee that deposits or full payments will be refunded in the event of Convention being postponed or re-located. Read moreRead More
This Friday, our pastors will gather together for this year’s Queensland District pastors’ conference. It has been a year of ‘firsts’ and for the first time we will have pastors’ conference online. We will gather under the theme ‘Then, I will praise you,’ which comes from our conference Scripture passage, Psalm 43:3-5. Many of you… Read moreRead more
“Give thanks in all circumstances”. Bishop Paul Smith reflects on how God’s “signature” of the cross reminds that God is gracious and merciful and is active and present in the world.Read more
As Lutherans we confess a God who became a human being. Through the incarnation (‘in the flesh’) God entered our space and time on our terms. The call that we have as God’s church is to also enter the spaces that we inhabit incarnationally, approaching others with the good news of Jesus Christ.Read more