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A Glimpse Of Gods Kingdom Nepal 1
A Glimpse of Heaven: Toilets Make a Difference in Nepal

A glimpse of God’s Kingdom: The extraordinary story of a village achieving health and harmony through the humblest of means, their toilets.

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Hope For Health Team
Reawakening Yolngu Vitality

TEAR partner Hope for Health has had a significant impact on the lives of many Yolngu women and men.

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There is So Much Grief

Pastor Don Hayward shares his thoughts on grief and "compound trauma" in Aboriginal communities, and how the church can be involved in helping and…

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The Aboriginal church gets overloaded by funerals

A reflection on the pressures faced by ministers and Aboriginal churches as they live in the reality of lower Indigenous life expectancy.

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A Journey To A Yolngu Funeral In Arnhem Land Day 2
A Journey to a Yolngu Funeral in Arnhem Land

A glimpse into the reality behind the statistics in remote Indigenous communities, a chance to see why it matters, and a celebration Yolngu culture…

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World Teachers Day 2018 Asmita
Teaching children to become all they can be

Have ever had a teacher who ignited a spark in you, celebrated your creativity or encouraged your passion? Asmita from Nepal is one of those special…

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Eat A Different Story Simeon Hanscamp
Eat a different story

Simeon Hanscamp is a TEAR Ambassador and an urban farmer who encourages us all to “eat a different story.”

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God’s kingdom as radical hope

The Kingdom Jesus instructed us to pray for in the Lord’s Prayer carries a radical hope for people living with poverty and injustice.

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Kuki Rokhum
Ten Thoughts on Being a True Neighbour

Kuki Rokhum sees caring for one another as true neighbours as key to overcoming the poverty experienced by both the poor and the rich.

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