with Stevie O’Chin
Australian First Nations people—both Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander—have thousands of years of history and cultural traditions that continue to have great relevance today. Through stories, music and imagery, many Indigenous artists continue to draw on this rich history.
To celebrate that history, we’ve partnered with Stevie O’Chin for a new range of Take Love merchandise.
Stevie is a Brisbane-based Indigenous artist from the Kabi Kabi, Waka Waka and Koa tribe on her father’s side, and Yuin Nation on her mother’s side. Being able to create traditional artworks that convey the message of God’s word is something that is very special to her.
Abundant Love was inspired by 1 John 4:19 – “We love because he first loved us.” The white concentric circles represent the eternal nature of God’s love for us. The white lines connecting the circles represent us loving one another. And the pink dots are another representation of the fervent love shared between us.
Reconciliation Action Plan
Anglicare’s vision for reconciliation is a nation in which Australia’s First Peoples are restored in dignity, respect, empowerment and opportunity; where due honour and recognition is given to Australia’s First Peoples and where our organisation plays an ongoing role in healing and building positive relationships for all.