Catholic pilgrim and Lutheran Services CEO, Nick Ryan, reflects on his experience of serving alongside the people of the Lutheran Church.
Did you know that the ‘step-down’ approach to mental health care was pioneered by the Lutheran congregation in Nambour 50 years ago? Read the story of this special anniversary.
Christmas Blessings have been overflowing over the past few years into Lutheran Drought Aid Qld (LDAQ) with goods kindly and thoughtfully donated by various committees and congregations within the LCAQD.
At the end of 2021, after five years of outstanding Christian Service as Executive Director of Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ) and almost nine years prior to that as Assistant Director, Dennis Mulherin will be stepping down from the role. Tim Kotzur reflects on his impact…
If the young people in your church could be honest with you for half an hour about the joy and struggles of their life, what would they talk about? If they were to share with you the key moments of their faith journey and how God has been active in their lives, what stories would they tell? If they were invited to share… Read more
We are made and called to be people of peace. This was a key message I heard during the 2021 LEA Ministry conference. These words have become an invitation to me to be, and become, a person of peace in the moments and vocations of my life.
Several weeks ago I observed on TV reports of “freedom day” in New South Wales. People were jumping (literally), business owners were crying, people going for a hair appointment were beaming, mums lugging children were so joyous in being able to go to the supermarket for grocery shopping and kids could play in the parks… Read more
This book tells the story of this outreach ministry started by Lutherans fifty years ago. It sells for $20 and would make a great Christmas present! More details at www.jakes1970s.net or from email@example.com
But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Isaiah 40:31 I love that image from Isaiah. The thought of soaring, effortlessly, yet powerfully and gracefully through the skies, captures for me… Read more
Eight months after he left us, Christian Stern is still changing lives. Before he died, the former St James Hervey Bay teacher shared his dream of getting his community involved in ALWS’ Walk My Way challenge, to help a preschool in Cambodia. He even had the catchphrase and 26km route all worked out – ‘from… Read more