Australia Herald October 2019 - Journeys Towards Wholeness

"The journey of discovery lies not in seeking new landscapes - it is in seeing with new eyes." - Marcel Proust

"Often it is not in times of happiness or peace where real transformation occurs. It mostly happens when we realise in the midst of crisis in our complicated and complex lives that we have a choice to do things differently.

This issue is about our wellbeing. Not a sugar coated recipe but one of authenticity as we seek, within the struggles of our lives, to find what it means to live well, live fully and live deeply.”

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Australia Herald September 2019 - Space to Breathe

“Where do you find that place to push the pause button, that space to breathe, to contemplate, to pray?

When you play an instrument or sing, you are taught that the spaces between the notes are just as important as the notes themselves..……This edition is about not only finding that silent pause but also about allowing the Spirit to breathe in every circumstance of our lives - it’s about community, connection and living into the mystery.”

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Australia Herald August 2019 - Faith & Reason

“The theme of this issue is Faith and Reason and it focuses on the need to distinguish between eternal truth (the really core elements of faith) and, on the other hand, attempts to convey eternal truth in human language with all its limitations. One of the Enduring Principles in Community of Christ is belief in continuing revelation which seeks to apply the core elements of faith to the questions raised by contemporary existence.”

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Australia Herald July 2019 - Promoting Community, Towards Peaceful Harmony

"We fling open the doors, take our faith to the world and we find new ways to express to this generation the sacred connection we have with the Divine. Everyday symbols take on new meaning - it’s the little things, a simple cup of coffee, a piece of chocolate, a smile, a laugh, a listening ear. These things, expressed with intention, become sacred interactions."

Read the July edition Here