Blue Flower

 

Australian Christian Lobby
 
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14 January 2015

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We welcome you back to a year full of hope for the future yet bittersweet in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo shootings

This week, ACL Managing Director Lyle Shelton discusses questions events like the Paris shootings raise, and calls for more discussion about the freedom of persecuted religious minorities in places like Pakistan.

Also, ACL Queensland State Director Wendy Francis talks the upcoming Queensland election.

Also, the ACL backs calls to re-open freedom of speech debate.

We hope for a great year, we need your prayers to continue the fight.

Looking forward to partnering with you this year!

The ACL Team

 

 

 

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Why is there no outcry for persecuted Christians?

ACL Managing Director Lyle Shelton discusses questions events like the Paris shootings raise, and calls for more discussion about the freedom of persecuted religious minorities in places like Pakistan.

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Preparing for the Queensland Election

ACL Queensland State Director Wendy Francis talks the upcoming Queensland election.

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ACL backs calls to re-open freedom of speech debate

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Preparing for the NSW election

ACL NSW Director Mark Makowiecki discusses the key issues in the upcoming NSW state election

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No outcry for persecuted Christians

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Marriage: a big issue for 2015

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