Meeting Rachael

Our week long itinerary in North Sumatra had taken us to a significant number of Lutheran schools. We had seen many students; sitting up straight in their desks and keen to greet us with their limited English. Our guides and the English teachers in the schools had translated for us, allowing us to ask questions […]

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Life-lessons learnt on a daily basis

It was with much enthusiasm that the eleven participants of the annual Bethany Home pilgrimage met at the airport at 5.30am on April 8. The eighteen days to follow had been around six months in planning and preparation and we were all ready to gain the ‘Bethany experience’. Bethany Home is a school for disabled […]

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Core principals

In partnership with LCA Mission International, my work as a consultant focuses on building the leadership capacity of a core group of principals. These principals have undertaken a series of workshops on school improvement, and a sub-group visited high-achieving Christian schools in Jakarta.

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Unity in Cambodia

In November 2012, eleven Year 11 students and three staff, completed a Mission trip in Cambodia. Lutheran World Mission in Singapore organised the trip for the team from Unity College and joining us was a team from Singapore, Hong Kong, other Australians, as well as locals from Cambodia to make up one Mission team.

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Lutheran schools – a new way of serving and learning

Lutheran schools are different from other schools. The chief task of Lutheran Education Australia (LEA) is to uphold and promote the gospel in the schools of the LCA. But in the day-to-day business of providing excellent education to over 36,500 students — some of whom are Christian and many of whom are not — it […]

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