If nothing else, recent events have shown that together we can be a voice for reason. By emailing your parliamentarians, you have helped us shine a light on the so-called Safe Schools program and what lies behind the campaign to stop the marriage plebiscite.
In this week’s enews we ask you to join us in continuing to speak up. Queenslanders can sign and share our new and urgent “Safe Schools” petition, Tasmanians can sign up to a special parliamentary screening of the anti-pokies Ka-Ching documentary and Victorians have only a short time to sign petitions in support of the Infant Viability Bill. Thank you for your continued prayers, action and encouragement.
If you’ve done some googling on Eric Metaxas lately you must be getting excited by his first visit to Australia.
You can attend events we have organised for you on April 21 in Brisbane, April 27 in Melbourne and April 23 in Sydney.
The Sydney event will include ACL’s national conference where Eric will be joined by an impressive list of speakers including Miranda Devine, The Hon Scott Morrison, Noel Pearson, Jim Wallace and Dr Megan Best.
Queenslanders, if you signed our petition against the so-called Safe Schools last year, we need you to do it again. If you have not taken action on this petition in the past two weeks then chances are you still need to sign.
Last year 10,889 of you signed on this issue. With your help we can achieve that again.
Celebrate Easter is a celebration of the finished work of the cross. Three churches from different denominations have come together to host this event in the heart of Melbourne and everyone is invited.
Because Queensland is the only State Parliament without the checks and balances of an Upper House, the Australian Christian Lobby is urging a ‘no’ vote at this weekend’s referendum on four year parliamentary terms.
The Australian Christian Lobby has called into question the plebiscite costings released by international accountancy firm PwC because it lacks objectivity.
PwC is not a neutral organisation in the same-sex marriage debate. The firm is a public supporter of same-sex marriage and of Australian Marriage Equality, who are working on the yes case for the plebiscite.
This week on the Political Spot, Mary Joseph from the Life Marriage and Family Centre of the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney, speaks to the ACL’s Lyle Shelton on a new parliamentary inquiry into surrogacy.
Mary brings to light new research on the impacts to children through this ethically fraught process.