For this week’s special summer collection of Voice for Values we hear from Dr Elisabeth Taylor speaking at EMBOLDEN, ACL’s 2017 national conference.
For this week’s special summer collection of Voice for Values we hear from Senator Cory Bernardi speaking at EMBOLDEN 2017, ACL’s National Conference.
For this week’s special summer collection of Voice for Values we hear from Senator the Hon Matthew Canavan speaking at EMBOLDEN, ACL’s 2017 national conference.
After the result of the marriage plebiscite has been announced, what shall we do? Shall we be disheartened and do nothing or shall we continue to stand up for the freedom of speech and religion?
How will you vote in the upcoming Queensland election? The choice has never been starker.
Victorian Government is pushing ahead with euthanasia legislation but the Parliament’s Upper House still needs to consider every detail in the third reading stage.
We all know that it is getting harder to be a Christian in today’s political and cultural environment. What should our response be? Should we withdraw into a new form of monasticism? Or shall we learn from the apostle Paul to go about turning the world upside down?
This week on Voice for Values, Australian Christian Lobby managing director Lyle Shelton speaks with Senator Matthew Canavan about his efforts in advocating against same-sex marriage. He encourages people to vote NO for the protection of parental rights, freedom of speech and religious freedom.
It formed part two of this week's program. In the first part, he spoke with Andrew Hastie about sex change funding in the military. To listen to the first part of the program, please click here.
One million dollars of defence funding has been spent on sex change operations over the past few years. This is unheard of for most Australians.
A country's aid budget is generally measured as a proportion of a nation's gross national income (GNI). Australia's total contribution fell to just over $3 billion in 2016, or 0.25 per cent of GNI. This is well below the average of 0.32 per cent of GNI recorded by the 29 OECD countries last year.
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