I’m sure like me, you have noticed the pressure that is coming upon us as Christians to withdraw from the public discourse.
Iconic debates like those on marriage, human rights for the unborn and euthanasia are hostile places for Christians to tread – just ask your ACL Team members who are fighting these issues on a daily basis on your behalf.Read more
There’s a growing realisation that our civilisation is declining and that the marginalisation of Christianity and the undermining of family are key reasons.
I am not a pessimist – it is recoverable if we pray and act. But we have to be realistic in the mean-time.Read more
Today’s Newspoll showing majority support for the Turnbull Government’s marriage plebiscite is evidence that Australians know that the consequences of redefining marriage do not flow from the sensible centre of politics.Read more
Thankyou for your incredible financial support!
I’m pleased to say we exceeded our June fundraising target and this has positioned us well for the next phase.Read more
The battle to preserve marriage in Australia has been a roller coaster ride.
The past week especially so.Read more
With Australian same-sex marriage activists saying there are no consequences to changing the definition of marriage, the Swedish Prime Minister (pictured) has warned priests to perform gay marriages or “find another job”.Read more
Christopher Pyne’s boast that the Turnbull Government had a plan to trash its election promise not to change the Marriage Act without a people’s vote is further evidence of the contempt some politicians hold for voters.Read more
The Australian Christian Lobby is concerned about the use of violence and intimidation, including the charging of police lines, during a protest by same sex advocates last night in Melbourne.Read more
It’s been a violent week. Actually, it’s been a violent few years.
Islamist terror attacks in London, Paris, Brussels, Manchester, Sydney, Melbourne and in too-numerous-to-name cities of Asia and the Middle East are sadly becoming the new normal.Read more