The first Never Again is Now event powerfully championed the cause of Judeo-Christian values in combatting antisemitism. Headlined by Scott Morrison in Sydney, the event is just the beginning of the movement to reclaim Australia’s soul.
Read and sign this open letter asking for justice for the eight healthy babies killed in South Australia during the first six months of the state's new abortion laws.
The Left's point is not to build but to tear down so that nothing would remain of culture itself, since maintaining a culture at all, as we see in Confucius, is inherently conservative.
Love Australia began five years ago and has now gone national. Its latest mission: make every church a safe place for women with crisis pregnancies.
Freya Leach is an articulate, passionate spokesperson against antisemitism with courage beyond her years. She revealed what drives her passion in a recent interview with Avi Yemini.
With antisemitism on the rise, Mark Leach from Never Again is Now explains why Australian Christians must stand against it. The alternative is too dark to comprehend.
Patrick Mahomes is surrounded by other believers at the Kansas City Chiefs — the team that won this year's Super Bowl.
We have hope in the day when the overturning of legalised abortion will reverberate like shockwaves across the nations as minds are freed and light opens the blind eyes to see the new and living way.
Led by Christians, Never Again is Now is standing against antisemitism in Australia. With events planned around the country, this is a movement of solidarity among Australians against anti-Jewish racism and hatred. It is for such a time as this. And it needs you.
The cultural value of the unborn, of ‘unwanted children’, is sadly, they have no rights and no value, but are seen as a problem to be removed as cost-effectively as possible.
There is powerful help for women who have gone down the road of abortion — that help comes from Jesus Christ, Who freely gives to all who believe.
When we consider some of the attacks on life in our culture, it is easy to give way. It’s easy to be quiet or to keep our head down, or to just mutter within our own safe circles. And it’s tempting to wash our hands.
The women's magazine 'Cosmopolitan' recently featured an article promoting Satanic abortion rituals. Talk about spilling the beans.
In this Life-sustaining mission, like Deborah, through faith, we are called to help others trust that God's Love and new beginnings remain available to them amidst impossible-looking circumstances — even if they feel they've made a mess of their lives and it's too late.
There are only six days remaining in this year's prayer and fasting campaign for the unborn (21 January–10 February). But there is much happening, with Zoom prayer meetings and the Adelaide Walk for Life!
It is still Jesus’s deep love calling us to obey His instruction to weep – may we enter into deep intercession, travailing and weeping over the babies being put to death by legalised abortion.
Many times, as we stand for life and mention the objective of “no legalised abortion in Australia,” we are immediately confronted with well-meaning people who bring up exceptions – circumstances that make it ok to have an abortion.
Many people experience grief over abortion – not just the woman who has had the abortion, but the fathers, grandparents, siblings; anyone who knows about the abortion can suddenly feel overwhelmed and powerless.
A new bill to be debated on 8 February in the NSW Parliament seeks to make sweeping changes to the law. Here’s why the bill must be thoroughly rejected.
Joe Biden’s America is a place where good is punished and evil is praised. Peaceful pro-life protestors now face 11 years' jail for the crime of singing Christian hymns outside a Tennessee abortion facility in 2021.