Brooke Prentis | Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Voices: A Call to Australian Society & Churches
Brooke Prentis and Graham Hill discuss what Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices say to Australian church and society, and on her passion and hope for the Australian church. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander wisdom is needed today, if the church is to reclaim integrity, community, and witness.
Brooke Prentis is an Aboriginal Christian Leader who is a descendant of the Waka Waka peoples. Brooke is a Chartered Accountant by profession, holding a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts, a member of the Public and Contextual Theology Strategic Research Centre for Charles Sturt University, and involved in a number of Christian organisations including as Aboriginal spokesperson for Common Grace, and volunteer coordinator for the Grasstree Gathering. Brooke works ecumenically speaking on issues of Justice affecting our nation and sharing a message of Reconcillation as friendship. Brooke is a community pastor, speaker and advocate who has a vision “to build an Australia built on truth, justice, love and hope”. Brooke seeks to invite non-Aboriginal people to journey together with the oldest living culture in the world and follows Jesus call to love all people, and speak out against injustice.
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