Bishop Paul thanks out-going DEO Michael Turner shares one final message of encouragement.
We commend to the Lord, our brother in Christ, Pastor George Rosendale, who passed at Hopevale Wednesday 11 September 2019. He was a pioneer Aboriginal Lutheran Pastor in Queensland.
These ‘disruptive missional practices’ bring life and a sense of identity in times that seem chaotic: ‘dwelling in the word’ and ‘dwelling in the world’.
Asking our gracious Lord of heaven and earth to send rain for the blessing of the earth and for the blessing of all people.
Jesus once said, “Let the little children come to me”. His heart is to keep welcoming the youngest of our care into His, and that’s the key role of Queensland Lutheran Early Childhood Services.
Googa Outdoor Education Centre and Christian Retreat has been in operation for over 30 years and is now in a phase of Expansion. Googa was first established in 1989 with significant input from our locals and school Communities. 30 years on, and we are developing a second campus on our neighbouring Ridge Property. The Ridge… Read more
What makes someone pack up their goods and chattels, and with their family and maybe pets, travel far away from home to study Lutheran theology in Adelaide?
Brisbane Sent Conference 2019 is just around the corner. Here are some reasons why we hope to see you there …
The theme for the 2019 Queensland District Synod is ‘Lord Teach us to Pray’. The St John’s congregation in Hope Vale decided to take this a step further and make it our church theme for the recent NAIDOC (National Aboriginal Islanders Day Observance Committee) celebrations.
It was the most colourful celebration of our common life as people of the Lutheran Church in Queensland. Walkers, young and old, came from all over our Queensland District.