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NAIDOC Week - Giving a voice to our First Nations peoples

NAIDOC Week - Giving a voice to our First Nations peoples

11 July 2021

The Salvation Army Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander team talk about the importance of being a culturally competent organisation and the role of the National Reconciliation Action Plan.... Read more

Book Review: I Am A Church Member by Thom S. Rainer

Book Review: I Am A Church Member by Thom S. Rainer

10 July 2021

Discovering the attitude that makes a difference to the way you support your church... Read more

NAIDIC Week: Giving voice to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples

NAIDIC Week: Giving voice to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples

6 July 2021

The Salvation Army Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander team talk about the importance of being a c... Read more

The Reconciliation Action Plan in motion

The Reconciliation Action Plan in motion

19 February 2021

The Salvation Army’s ongoing commitment to reconciliation in Australia... Read more

Breaking the cycle of intergenerational trauma

Breaking the cycle of intergenerational trauma

10 November 2020

Spiritual healing leads Sue to reach out to others... Read more

Sue Hodges' Story

Sue Hodges' Story

29 October 2020

Sue Hodges, from the Wiradjuri people of NSW, is the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagemen... Read more

'Making It Happen' for Australia's Indigenous women

'Making It Happen' for Australia's Indigenous women

20 October 2020

Campaign to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs... Read more

Book Review: Top End Girl by Miranda Tapsell

Book Review: Top End Girl by Miranda Tapsell

19 September 2020

The memoir of actress Miranda Tapsell, celebrating her Aboriginal heritage... Read more

'Healed and saved for a purpose'

'Healed and saved for a purpose'

17 July 2020

Jesus guides Sue through intergenerational trauma... Read more

Book Review: Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe

Book Review: Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe

10 February 2020

One of the most enlightening books in recent years on Aboriginal Australia and the birth of agricult... Read more