Gippsland tales from the country of contrasts

By Mikaela Turner / December 4, 2019

Country Victoria is largely bent over by drought and economic adversity. Fortunately, they have a couple of aces up their sleeve – their people and churches.

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Samuel Manhom: How I survived war, famine and crocodiles

By Mikaela Turner / October 9, 2019

Samuel Manhom spent his first 24 years surrounded by civil war. But the former Lost Boy has finally found a place to call home.

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Joan Wright Howie’s SWell art of spiritual expression

By Mikaela Turner / October 8, 2019

If you’re religious you’re spiritual, but the reverse doesn’t necessarily apply. Joan Wright Howie is interested in the space that overlaps.

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Korea celebrations kick off with Pilgrim visit

By Mikaela Turner / October 4, 2019

The Presbyterian Church of Korea visited CTM as part of their Australian tour celebrating the 130th anniversary of Australian Mission to Korea.

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Resilient Women Project tackles religious prejudice

By Mikaela Turner / October 2, 2019

Muslim women are one of the most victimised groups in society. Synod has spent five years researching a booklet that aims to help eradicate the problem.

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How Sally Goldner found the freedom to be herself

By Mikaela Turner / August 12, 2019

Imagine being born into the wrong body. Imagine spending 30 years not knowing who you really are. Only then can you start to understand Sally Goldner’s strength.

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Julie Perrin’s kind of revelations in her new book Tender

By Mikaela Turner / June 15, 2019

Everyone has a story to tell. Or, in Julie Perrin’s case, lots of stories. And some of them are very close to home.

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Why the message of Easter remains vital

By UCA VicTas / April 14, 2019

Is Easter’s message still being heard or does the church need to pull a rabbit out of its hat?

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