In this month's TMA

May 2019

• Archbishop Philip Freier condemns Sri Lanka Easter bombings as “appalling” and “reprehensible”

• Anglican agencies push for a fairer Australia in the lead-up to the May federal election

• Navy chaplain the Revd Kate Lord talks about life at sea and evangelism

• A viewpoint by Oaktree Anglican vicar the Revd Dr Mark Durie on Pentecostalism’s increasing influence in Australia

• Reports on two parish projects – the Carlton Debt Centre, run by St Jude’s Church in partnership with Christians Against Poverty, and the refugee and community ministries of St Andrew’s Corio – that are providing practical help to people in need

• An interview with women’s ministry pioneer the Revd Dr Colleen O’Reilly, who retired last month after 12 years as vicar of St George’s Malvern

"‘Strengthening life’ for Kenyan women, children”: special reports on two Anglican Overseas Aid projects in Kenya, including a new project to address gender-based violence and child abuse and build safer communities

• In the wake of the fire which seriously damaged Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, the Revd Canon Ken Letts, who served for 20 years in France, reflects on a remarkable place of worship

• In our Heroes of the Faith series, a tribute to John Wesley

 - And much, much more...

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