By: Susan Joy
Tandoori Chicken is an iconic North Indian dish. It gets its name from the way it is cooked – in a tandoori or clay oven. Tandoori Chicken is a very quick and easy recipe to make. Continue reading “Tandoori Chicken with Indian Green Chutney”
By: Clare Bruce
Give Colin Buchanan a topic – any topic – and he’s probably got a song for it.
Continue reading “Colin Buchanan Sings ‘Dad Jokes’ Live for Father’s Day”
By: Dr Justin Coulson
The long days of school holidays can be challenging for families. Work commitments keep parents out of the home and away from their children. And if they’re lucky enough to have time off, children complain about how ‘bored’ they are.
Continue reading “Forget ‘Overscheduling’ versus ‘Boredom’ – Self-Direction is the Key to School Holidays.”
By: Tania Harris | God Conversations
Not every Christian believes that I should be leading a ministry or that I should even be an ordained pastor. The church I grew up in believed that church leadership should always be male. The reason I am in ministry today was due to a number of God Conversations that called me to revisit on the interpretation of Scripture I’d grown up with. Continue reading “Why Women Need to Learn in Quietness and Submission”
What does it mean to make history? Nelson Mandela, Michael Jordan, Pelé, Mother Teresa, and Albert Einstein are all names which are instantly recognisable to many of us.
Continue reading “The History of Revival”
By: Susan Joy
This Indian Vindaloo curry dish is very flexible, you can use pork, chicken, beef, lamb or prawns. It’s a bit different to a regular curry as the meat is cooked or marinated with vinegar and is extra spicy. You can adjust the quantity of chilli powder to how hot you like your Vindaloo. I’ve made this dish to my family’s taste buds but you may like it even hotter. Continue reading “Pork Vindaloo”
By: Graham McDonald
Our History and the Christian Connection
The catch cry of Canon David Garland was “nothing is too good for our soldier boys”. It epitomises the heart of a man dedicated to the soldiers he served.
Continue reading “The Architect of Anzac Day”
By: Laura Bennett
Last year I returned from 18 days in Israel and Jordan. Together with my family we toured biblical sites, and immersed ourselves in the complicated history of the nations’ cultural significance.
Continue reading “What Seeing Jesus Tomb Taught Me About His Resurrection”
By: Yvette Cherry
I’ve been watching a lot of television lately. Tired, I guess. Continue reading “Dear World / The Hunting”
By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez
For judgment will be merciless to one who has shown no mercy; mercy triumphs over judgment (James 2:13, NASB).
Continue reading “Mercy Always Trumps Judgment”