Surprises on the Upside
Christianity is an inherently hopeful religion. Not because we are incurable optimists but because the negative has been lived, and overcome.
Making Family Rituals and Traditions this Lent and Easter
Family rituals and traditions are important to the health and wellbeing of today’s busy families. They promote a sense of identity and a feeling of belonging.
LTM Lenten & Easter Resources
Lutheran Tract Mission has a number of resources suited to this season. Click on the image for the full list.
He is going ahead of you! Hallelujah!
Easter Day is more than an historical event. Bishop Paul Smith reflects on the profound and encouraging words of the angel to the women at the empty tomb of Jesus, “he is going ahead of you.”
Our world’s response to COVID-19 has finely tuned our ears to the messages of this Holy Week. Our ears are finely tuned to the experiences of our Lord Jesus … Our ears are also finely tuned to the “reason for the season” …
I am sending you …
When the Risen Lord Jesus met his disciples behind those closed doors, he brought them deep joy and then sent them to be his witnesses to this good news.
Even fragile faith has a firm foundation in what our Lord has done for us
Each of the characters of the Good Friday and Easter story is confronted with the same human emotions that you and I know … I pray that you would find yourself in the story this year.
The Mission of Easter
The heart of mission … is an invitation to descend into the spaces of pain and confusion of those who do not yet know Jesus, and to ascend alongside others, as they discover the hope and the promise of the gospel.
Easter celebrations in Hong Kong – from the cradle to the grave
Many countries have Easter traditions that differ from Australia. In Germany, for example, it is common for people to hang colourful plastic eggs from their garden trees. In Finland, children… Read more