• Pick of the News – Monday 24 November 2014

    Teen suicide - Children and ‘sexualised pictures’ - 12-year-olds on ice - Victorian election and euthanasia support - Gambling companies and addiction debate - WA indigenous suicides - Vic equal opportunity laws - Refugees - Islamists kill 28 Christians & more...
  • From Lyle to You

    Dear Friend, This is a critical time for our nation. We are facing an unprecedented set of challenges and how you and I respond will shape the character and values of Australia. Already we have seen some remarkable successes since I last wrote to you: Solidarity Sunday united Christians from...
  • The Fight is on for Freedom of Faith in Victoria

    One of our biggest wins of the past decade is at risk of being undone, depending on the outcome of this month’s Victorian election....
  • Shorten Speech Raises Eyebrows at ACL National Conference

    ACL was pleased to welcome Opposition Leader Bill Shorten to its 2014 National Conference. While Mr Shorten used his speech to reiterate his support for redefining marriage, he misrepresented the role Christians have played in the debate. ACL’s Lyle Shelton said Christians participating in the public debate had never invoked...
  • Australia’s Christians Unite in Prayer for the Persecuted

    On November 2, over 700 churches across Australia united for Solidarity Sunday to pray, raise awareness and stand united with our persecuted brothers and sisters overseas. ACL initiated Solidarity Sunday after receiving feedback from supporters that more needed to be done to raise the profile of global persecution....
  • Thank You for Making a Stand for Marriage

    Earlier this year we asked you to make a submission to the Senate inquiry into recognising overseas same-sex marriages. This was an important inquiry for the future of marriage in Australia. The Recognition of Foreign Marriages Bill is a backdoor attempt to redefine marriage. In fact, that’s exactly what former...
  • ACL Praises Church Leaders’ Resolve Against ALP Policy

    In a remarkable show of unity, Anglican, Baptist, Catholic, Coptic, Lutheran, and Presbyterian leaders have this week affirmed the existing equal opportunity laws and opposed the ALP’s intended restrictions on employment in religious organisations....
  • Pick of the News – Friday 21 November 2014

    ‘Zoe’s law’ - US: Ultrasound before abortion - Wicked Campers revokes its promise - Indigenous suicide prevention, a failure - US: Big wins for conservative values - Prince Charles, 'Christian persecution tragedy’ - E-voting ruled out & more...
  • Intolerance of the Red Cross

    In the UK, the Red Cross has dismissed a volunteer for expressing his view against same-sex marriage. Bryan Barkley, 71, was protesting the UK’s legal redefinition of marriage outside his local cathedral by holding a placard with the words “no same sex marriage”....
  • How the US military is silencing Christians

    We need to make sure this never happens in Australia. The threats to religious freedom in the US are continuing to grow....


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