Earlier this year 20 people from all walks of life walked the Bibulmunn Track with a few Indigenous people. We listened to their stories, played the didge, shared some of our own stories all around a campfire. We all found common ground and the bush was a thereputic environment for this to happen. There has been much demand and enthusiasm for more reconciliation to occur.
Come together as one, sing, share, pray, listen to shared stories of…
Thank you to those who attended our WA Conference: Enough!
Here are a couple of great ways to connect further with the TEAR community and go deeper in your justice journey:
Here is a list of groups that will be operating and using TEAR resources in 2017...
Are you interested in using your skills and passion to help out the work that TEAR does here in WA? Then browse the following volunteer opportunities to see if there is anything that matches your skills and energy, and contact Steve McKinnon (0416 118185) or firstname.lastname@example.org)
In order to achieve a more just and compassionate world we strongly believe in empowering a movement of Australian Christians. A key focus of this…
TEAR is involved in the development and delivery of a number of courses in theological colleges around Australia. These are fully accredited courses, some available through distance mode with face-to-face intensives. Read more.
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