By: Laura Bennett
Disney’s sure getting good at live-action remakes – or at the very least, prolific! It’s fast becoming their latest formula, with reimagined childhood classics like Beauty and the Beast, Dumbo, Mary Poppins Returns – and now, Aladdin. Continue reading “‘Aladdin’ Remake Throws a ‘Fresh Prince’ Twist on the ’90s Classic”
By: Sheridan Voysey
‘We live in an awe-deprived world,’ writes Christine Sine. ‘We sit in front of computers, not under trees and rarely take time to notice the grandeur of God’s world and of those we share it with.’
Continue reading “Our Busy Lives Are Awe-Deprived. Here Are 6 Ways to Find Wonder Again”
By: Ange King
I felt a little nervous meeting a “hero in the faith.” A bit awed.
Continue reading “Meeting the real Mrs Gladys Staines”
By: Laura Bennett
With every mention of ‘the Middle East’, it’s hard to escape those mental images of deserts, war, terrorism, and the region’s complex religious history. Continue reading “Hillsong Israel – An Unconventional, Contemporary Church in an Ancient Landscape”
By: Michael McQueen
While the notion of brainstorming is far from unfamiliar, the reality is that many corporate brainstorming sessions are far from effective.
Continue reading “5 Ways to maximise your next brainstorming session”
By: Robert Garrett
“Just pick up the phone and call them!” I say to my teenagers. They’ve texted one or more of their friends to make plans, and all other activity is suspended as they wait impatiently for a response. It seems they would rather endure the frustration of waiting than having a verbal conversation with a friend.
Continue reading “What Teens Can Learn From Making A Phone Call Instead Of Texting”
By: Jennie Scott
It’s such a pain, meal-prepping every Sunday evening. I take out the spaghetti squash and the extra-lean ground turkey, and I put together my lunches for the week. I’m one of those who eats the same thing every single day, just for the sake of simplicity. The less I have to think, the better. Continue reading “The Simple Reason I Pack My Lunch And Set My Alarm”