Category Archives: Reflection

Newsletter: Spending Lent Wisely

Protestants stopped fasting in Lent. It became something that those Catholics over there did, and was looked at with suspicion Continue reading

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Reflecting on my mental health or lack thereof

the most horrible symptom of depression that I experience is my feeling that I am useless and worthless and that the people who love me would be better off without me Continue reading

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Prayer of Confession and Lament in Response to the Massacre in Orlando

… without every single one of us your rainbow shines less bright. Continue reading

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From the thesis: The Church and the Law

From the late nineteen sixties the predecessors of the Uniting Church called for the decriminalisation of male homosexuality, and in the eighties and nineties the leadership of the Uniting Church supported the addition of sexuality to the prohibited grounds of discrimination in equal opportunity legislation. Continue reading

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Reflection: Two and a half days in to the Ration Challenge

Two and a half days in I am not hungry, or feeling deprived at all. But I am feeling a little bored at my menu choices. Continue reading

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The Act for Peace Ration Challenge

3,500 g of rice; 280 g of split peas; 250 g of fortified flour; 155 g of fish; 40 g of salt and 125 ml of vegetable oil Continue reading

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Reflection: Killing people is wrong

It does not matter if Australia is racist and hypocritical, that still does not justify the judicial murder that is the death penalty. Continue reading

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