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Rainbow agenda, Safe Schools at the heart of election choice

by Lyle Shelton

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has fired the starter’s gun in the race for the July 2election.

It will be one of the longest campaigns in Australia’s history.

This means we will have plenty of time to ensure voters make an informed choice – please keep an eye out for our material

ACL has started a petition calling on Bill Shorten to support the plebiscite. If you haven’t already done so please sign and share. Since it was launched two days ago, 15,000 have already signed…. Read More


Children are never too young to learn about rainbow sex?

With preparations for the plebiscite on marriage shelved until well after the July 2 election, the Turnbull Government clearly wants voters to focus on the jobs and growth narrative outlined in this week’s budget. But one of the big consequences of any possible change in the definition of marriage

Read Lyle’s article


Labor & LNP urged to keep their election promises on abortion

Abortion was already legal in Queensland and there was no need to strip the remaining protections for women and the unborn from the law, ACL Queensland Director Wendy Francis said.

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Archbishop Porteous escapes further trial but Anti-Discrimination laws still hinders free speech

The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes news that a complaint against Hobart’s Catholic Archbishop Julian Porteous and the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference has been dropped today by the complainant, Greens candidate Martine Delaney.

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WA Walk and Rally for Life 2016

The WA director of the Australian Christian Lobby, Dahlia Messiha, encourages people to attend the annual WA Walk and Rally for Life, to be held May 17, 2016.

This year’s theme is seeking sanctuary for all, making WA a safer place for children and offering support and care to mothers who are left feeling abandoned and without any other options.

Find out more


TAKE ACTION to secure the future of school Chaplaincy

Recent news that school chaplaincy funding has been cut in the Budget is misleading. However, there is no promise of funding after 2018.

If there is no reaction from people who highly value school chaplains, the Federal Government might interpret this as a lack of support for the program.

Take Action


Different views on marriage unwelcome in WA Parliament

Why would the indigenous view of marriage cause uproar in the Western Australian Parliament?

WA Liberal MLA Peter Abetz talks about the stir that was created when he simply spoke out against Labor’s intolerant party position on marriage which led to Senator Joe Bullock’s resignation…

Hear the Interview


Infant Viability Bill Peaceful Rally

2pm on Sat. 21st May

Please join us on the steps of Parliament House Spring Street, East Melbourne.

Every life deserves a lifetime! Help us show our State Parliament that Victorians believe this!

See you there.