Yesterday Bill Shorten introduced a bill that would redefine marriage and family.

The bill has very serious consequences for Australia.

It is a bill that will divide Australia and won’t provide equality for anyone.

ACL was in parliament yesterday for the debate and to speak at a press conference afterward, highlighting the risks of redefining marriage.



Thank you for your prayers.  And thank you to the more than 20,000 people who have already emailed their MP in the last week.

We’ve still got a long way to go so please keep praying.

God bless

The ACL Team



What really happened when Parliament met yesterday

Dozens of ACL supporters and I were in the public gallery of Parliament House yesterday to hear Bill Shorten attempt to abolish gender in marriage.

Find out what happened

Read Lyle’s interview with ABC’s Fran Kelly


Why this Senator won’t stop supporting marriage

If we lose this definition of marriage, we lose something in our culture, in our concept of who we are. Senator Matt Canavan will be opposing any attempt to redefine marriage

Find out why


How your church can help bring change

Are you a pastor and wanting to know how your congregation can help make a difference in our society?

This 3 day professional development course will give you to tools you need to bring about change.

Learn more


How dangerous is euthanasia?

Euthanasia can never be made safe, as the experience in the Netherlands and Belgium shows. Rather, there is a change in the culture of accepting suicide as a way to deal with suffering.

Hear the issues


Supporters of man-woman marriage should not be labelled bigots

Objectors to same-sex marriage receive slander and abuse. Any bill put forward must place protections on those with a conscientious objection.

Read more


Is the budget fair? Another view

Christians are divided about what a federal budget should look like. Economist Chris Richardson, a practising Christian, shares his view of the 2015 budget.

Hear what he said


Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer BreakfastWednesday 19th August 7am at the Hotel Grand Chancellor.