News Item

NSW: Christians unite to make truth public

It was wonderful to see so many NSW supporters attend the “Meet the New NSW Coordinator” online meeting last Wednesday. I’m looking forward to serving alongside you in the future!

We gathered to discuss some of the important issues that are currently being addressed by our state and federal governments – including Mark Latham’s bill to ban schools from teaching gender fluidity, religious freedom and others.

The highlight of the night for me was the opportunity to talk about the vision that God has given to each one of us – to be salt and light in our nation – and how important your voice is to help make truth public.

Together, we’re creating a Christian grassroots movement that can stand up for what is good and true in our increasingly secular society – and I’m thrilled that you are part of it.

The following day, I met with church leaders in Western Sydney, along with Andrew Wall, our National Political Director. We discussed the effectiveness of the grassroots movement approach of ACL and the political and social issues we’re facing in NSW.

It was a privilege to spend time with church leaders, answer questions, and discuss how important it is for individual Christians – and churches – to be a voice for truth in these challenging times. Our partnership is more important than ever before.

Thank you, sincerely, to all who participated and prayed for these events in NSW. We’ll keep you posted about upcoming events on the website and look forward to seeing you!

More from our articles…

A Lament for Babies we Kill

Will you hear my cry?Or will you let me die? Before I see the light Or jump up high in delight So many like me will dieO will you hear my cry? With the

Canberra’s Calvary

The closure of a Catholic hospital has become a matter of life, death and conscience.Has Canberra become a hostile environment for those of religious faith?Many observers of the compulsory acquisition

WA: Abortion laws to change…for the worse

In November 2022 the McGowan Government announced that it was moving to modernise WA’s abortion laws. Public submissions were called for.  ACL provided a detailed and well-researched submission.  The Health Department

Qld: Sex Self-ID Bill final vote

The ACL along with over 175 organisations and individuals who made submissions opposingthe Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Bill (2022) will be carefully watching theQueensland Parliament during its next sitting