Roy Williams ( – ) author
One of Australia’s emerging public intellectuals and writers, Roy Williams’ distinguished 20-year career in the legal profession was cut short in 2004 when he experienced a life-changing illness. Forced to leave the law, he took time to recuperate before deciding to become a writer.
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Human Rights Law Alliance
The Human Rights Law Alliance is a Christian charitable law firm set up to protect and advance the religious freedom of all Australians.
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Lachlan Macquarie Institute
LMI prepares Christian men and women for political and cultural leadership.
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Themi Adamopoulos (1946 – ) the “Saint of Africa”
He risks his life through a sense of love without fear. His tool is faith and his dream is for a better future for the children and heroic mothers of Africa.
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Marriage Week is an annual celebration, commencing on the second Sunday in September, to reinforce and promote the benefits/importance of marriage.
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Jereth Kok ( – ) persecuted doctor
A family doctor has been suspended from medical practice in Australia after sharing his Christian beliefs online.
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Royal Flying Doctor Service
The Royal Flying Doctor Service is one of the largest and most comprehensive aeromedical organisations in the world, providing extensive primary health care and 24-hour emergency service to people over an area of 7.69 million square kilometres.
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Christian podcasts with Neil Johnson
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Focus Military Ministry
Focus Military Ministry is a Christian ministry, overseen by a board or current or former ADF members, who employ ministry workers and volunteers to lead the ministry. We are committed to making Christ known in the ADF.
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Elizabeth Kendal ( – ) religious liberty analyst, advocate
God has created within me a heart that yearns for those who suffer and struggle, believers who find their faith sorely tested.
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Greg Sheridan (1956 – ) foreign affairs journalist, author and commentator
Sheridan has now well and truly come out of the closet as a highly public Christian in his new book, called appropriately enough Christians
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Samuel Leigh (1785 – 1852) Australia’s first Methodist Minister
The indefatigable labours, apostolic zeal and quiet courage that characterized all his undertakings give Leigh an honoured place in the history of Methodism.
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Greg Craven (1958 – ) constitutional lawyer
Greg Craven is an Australian academic, constitutional lawyer and was vice-chancellor of the Australian Catholic University from 2008 to 2021
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Peter Cosgrove (1947 – ) Chief of Army
“in the end, the motivation to get out of bed in the morning and to be one of Christ’s children is an act of faith”.
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Ben Chifley (1885 – 1951) locomotive engine driver, Prime Minister
While he attended Mass regularly, after 1914 Chifley believed that he was no longer a full member of the Church, nor, in his own words, could he be ‘one of its model children’.
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Anglicare Australia is the national umbrella community services body of agencies associated with each diocese of the Anglican Church of Australia.
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Frank Brennan (1954 – ) adjunct professorFrank Brennan is an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for services to Aboriginal Australians, particularly as an advocate in the areas of law, social justice and reconciliation.
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John Dickson ( – ) writer, speaker and academic
John Dickson is an Australian historian of religion (focusing on early Christianity and Judaism) and media presenter.
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Nicola McDermott (1996 – ) Olympic high jumper“What was written was fearless hearts are birthed in perfect love and that’s from Jesus and 1 John 4:18,” McDermott explained.
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Mark Powell ( – ) author
Mark Powell has six children and he serves as a Presbyterian minister. Mark is a passionate advocate for faith and family; he has been on radio and TV advocating for Freedom, Faith, Family and Life. He has also written for The Spectator.
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Dave Pellowe ( – ) writer and commentator
Dave Pellowe is a Christian conservative writer & commentator, editor of The Good Sauce, and convener of the annual Church And State Summit.
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Kurt Mahlburg ( – ) authorKurt Mahlburg is Canberra Declaration’s Features Editor. He also works as a primary school teacher and a freelance writer. He blogs at Cross + Culture and is a regular contributor at the Spectator Australia, MercatorNet, Caldron Pool and The Good Sauce, among other online publications.
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Two former state Labor ministers have quit the ALP and are restarting the Christian-based Family First Party in South Australia, saying the major parties no longer support religious freedom or give Christians a voice on social policy.
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The Christian origins of the Labor Party
If the Labor Party can recover this story, it won’t just be the ALP that’s renewed. It might just be Australia, too.
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While much of this tribute website is devoted to Australia’s Christian heritage and history.
What does Australia’s future hold?
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To engage Australians in constructive conversation between Christian faith and the sciences.
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Torres Strait islanders celebrate 150 years since the arrival of Christianity
Marked annually on July 1 as ‘The Coming of the Light’, Torres Strait Islanders are celebrating the 150th anniversary of the arrival of Christianity to island communities.
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Ash Barker ( – ) founder of Urban Neighbours of Hope
Until October 2013, Ash Barker was the founding director of Urban Neighbours Of Hope (UNOH), which the Barkers started in Springvale (Melbourne, Australia).
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Joseph Lyons (1879 – 1939) Prime Minister
Lyons won three successive elections convincingly, a performance then unmatched by any other prime minister.
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