Engaging people with God's love in everyday life
24 McDougall Street
Milton QLD 4064
Phone 07 3511 4000
Why is it that some communities are effective in their mission and others seem to constantly struggle?
Many people know a familiar hymn once sung regularly at confirmations: “Take thou my hand and lead me.”
St Paul’s Lutheran Church at Caboolture is one of eight LCA congregations to receive the LCA’s ‘Have a Go!’ financial grant, sponsored by the LLL.
Age-care chaplains in Lutheran Services are sometimes referred to as ‘architects of community’, as they help people maintain important connections and create new ones.
I remember listening to a high school speaker talk about the relationship between cause and effect.
The most profound description of the way that “King Jesus” rules over us, is discovered in the parable of the “sheep and the goats” in Matthew 25.
In his book “Didn’t See it Coming” Carey Nieuwhof writes “when the speed of change around an organisation is faster than the speed of change inside the organisation, the organisation becomes irrelevant.”
As I turn the soil, ready to plant my summer vegetable garden I have a reminder of my friend James Haak.
My first computer game had a profound message embedded in it. The game was called “Patton Strikes Back”.
When St Paul’s Lutheran Church, Yandilla, closed its doors on 12 August, it provided an opportunity to help three congregations more than 2000 kilometres away.
24 McDougall Street Milton QLD 4064Phone 07 3511 4000Email firstname.lastname@example.org