Australian Christian Lobby





24 March 2015


Today, a possible conscience vote on the issue of same-sex marriage was avoided by the action of our brilliant supporters.

Last week Senator David Leyonhjelm and others put pressure on Liberals for a conscience vote. After tens of thousands of supporters sent emails over the weekend, the issue was not raised at the Liberal Party room meeting. 


More and more, Christians are discovering that their voice is strong.

But this is an ongoing battle, please continue to pray and be watchful with us.

God bless

The ACL Team



Liberals hold the line on marriage

The action of more than 20,000 supporters helped Liberals hold the line on same sex marriage.

See our response


How we worked together to push back on same-sex marriage

A lot has happened in the lead up to today’s win, ACL Managing Director Lyle Shelton talks in-depth about the surrounding issues.

Get Lyle’s perspective



Why the Pakistani Government wont go into bat for Asia Bibi

Asia Bibi awaits execution for the crime of blasphemy at the hands of the Pakistani Government, while the cricket team plays Australia on tv without a protest.

What was her crime?


Your faith and the election

Murray Norman talks the Christian Democratic Party, chaplaincy, and bringing your faith to the election on March 28.

Hear what he has to say


Sydney housing affordability

The NSW Government’s plans to increase affordable housing in Sydney are welcome, but is it enough?

David Barrow discusses


Senate to debate changing the definition of marriage again

Senator David Leyonhjelm wants to force the Liberals onto a conscience vote on marriage.

Discover his plans


Take action on television standards

There’s still time to help protect our kids tv screens.

Take action here


Katoomba Easter Convention

Katoomba Easter Convention offers you a wonderful opportunity to enjoy time together in the Blue Mountains with family and friends, away from life’s busyness, to listen to God. We want to refresh, strengthen and encourage every member of your family.

Find out more