The Gold Coast Walk My Way event may have been postponed due to Covid-19, but their Walk Your Way event is inviting everyone to get involved in a more flexible way to raise money to help refugee children attend school. Matt Crawford, member of the St Andrews Tallebudgera congregation and avid runner, helped set up… Read more
On Thursday (16 July) our Lord called Liz Crawford to her eternal home. She leaves this world a better place. She demonstrated a strong Christian faith and a dedicated commitment to and support for those who had experienced harm in the Church.
As the early Church were formulating their prayers to the Lord Jesus they reflected on the significance of praying to him as one would pray to God – that the person who once walked around Palestine is the Lord of Creation.
Might this be an opportunity for Australian followers of Jesus to reflect on what is truly important in our mission and witness of the Gospel, and to find new ways in which to engage with our community?
Before Covid-19, Good News Lutheran Church’s (GNLC) had a typical youth group, running games, excursions, and small group bible studies, but as regulations around physical distancing began to escalate, they realised they would have to adapt.
How do we engage with each other and the proclamation of the gospel during such a time of crisis? Worship is God coming to us (incarnationally) to heal, equip, empower and encourage us in our day-to-day mission!