ACL has received coverage in the media on a range of issues during the past week, including the NSW ethics debate, gay marriage, the Victorian election and concerns over the expansion of brothels in Sydney.

Please see below for a wrap up of ACL’s coverage in the media since last Thursday.

  • ACL Managing Director Jim Wallace’s participation in a debate on ethics and Scripture classes in Sydney last night was given coverage in today’s Sydney Morning Herald and also yesterday’s paper.

  • ACL is referred to in an article on gay marriage in last Saturday’s The Age.

  • This morning ACL Victorian Director Rob Ward was interviewed by WIN News in Bendigo about a successful ACL candidate forum held in the area last night.

  • Last Friday ACL women’s spokesperson Michelle Pearse was interviewed by Radio 2SM in Sydney about the lobby’s call for a rethink on NSW brothel laws. Michelle was also interviewed by Sonshine FM in WA on this issue and was quoted in Christian Today Australia.

  • On Monday Sonshine FM in WA interviewed Rob Ward about the ACL congratulating the Victorian Liberals for putting the Greens last in their preferences.

  • ACL’s submission to a previous inquiry into whether there should be an R18+ classification for video games was referred to in Rome’s Zenit News yesterday.

  • The latest ‘Politics in Focus’ television segment on the Adventist Media Network and other outlets sees ACL managing director Jim Wallace interviewed by David Gibbons about the explosion of brothels in Sydney, the gay marriage debate, and human rights abuses overseas. You can view ‘Politics in Focus’ on the front page of this website.

  • This week’s ‘Political Spot’ presented by Glynis Quinlan (broadcast on Canberra’s 1Way FM and some other Christian stations) features a special interview with the vice-president of Christian Faith & Freedom, Karen Bos, about the persecution and human rights abuses faced by this woman and many other Christians overseas. The program also features an interview with Australian Christian Lobby spokesperson on women's issues, Michelle Pearse, about recently released figures which show there has been a massive expansion in the number of brothels in Sydney. Please click here to download the November 16 edition of the ‘Political Spot’.

  • On Monday morning Jim Wallace was interviewed by Tracy Weare for Vision Radio Network’s 20-20 program.