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    A party with a voice in the political conversation that can shape policy, promote and protect the values that create a better Australia for all, no matter what their faith and belief.

     

     

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    Australian Christians candidates are all committed Christians, seeking to be that voice. The church is faced with challenging and complex issues. Would you help us equip fellow Christians to make informed voting decisions?

Plebiscite on Same-Sex Marriage

Australian Christians is campaigning to educate Australians about the disastrous implications of proposed changes to the legal definition of Marriage and the ongoing use of the tax-payer funded Safe Schools Program.

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Hon Nick Goiran speech in WA parliament
August 29th, 2016 Posted by: Lindsay Cameron Posted in: Uncategorized

The attached speech was presented by the Hon Nick Goiran to the WA parliament on August 16, 2016. Here he

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Thanks for your support.
July 12th, 2016 Posted by: Raymond Posted in: Uncategorized

Saturday July 2nd election saw more polling booth workers, more prayer support and, most importantly, more primary votes for Australian

Bob Burdett
May 26th, 2016 Posted by: Raymond Posted in: Uncategorized

 How to Vote card for Brand Bob Burdett will be working hard to offer the electorate a viable option to

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Just Imagine
Just imagine what would happen if the 2,500,000 Australians who reportedly attend church, took seriously their mission to be salt and light to their nation:

• they would vote not just because they are obliged to but because they want to honour God and contribute to the well-being of their fellow citizens.

• they would seek to be well informed about candidates before election day and consult Christian websites not just the secular media.

• they would not hesitate to declare their support for Christian values at the ballot box in any way they can (through their vote and their practical support of Christian candidates before and on the day of the election.)

• they would pray that God's righteousness, justice, compassion and wisdom may be evidenced in the laws of our nation through the people we elect to parliament