How demographic mega-trends are reshaping Australian communities.
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By: David Maegraith
Like many others, this young boy in El Paso, Texas has been impacted by the horrific shootings in his city and others in the United States.
Continue reading “El Paso: I Wanted To Cry All The Time”
By: Graham McDonald
For over two hundred years, the final resting place of the man ultimately responsible for the naming of ‘Australia’ was lost. Then in early 2019, his lead-plated coffin was discovered at the back of a train station in London.
Continue reading “The Man Who Named Australia – Matthew Flinders”
By: Beth Rivers
The debate over whether abortion should be decriminalised in NSW has begun, with State Parliament set to tackle the Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill.
Continue reading “The NSW Bill to Decriminalise Abortion: Explained”
Just weeks after arriving in Australia, His Eminence Archbishop Makarios Griniezakis Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in Australia has issued a Statement regarding NSW’s radical new abortion Bill.
Continue reading “Archbishop Makarios Griniezakis Speaks Out Regarding NSW’s New Abortion Bill”
By: Clare Bruce
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin (above) was the second man on the moon behind Neil Armstrong on the historic 1969 Apollo 11 mission, and the proud inspiration for the naming of the Toy Story character, Buzz Lightyear.
Continue reading “The Day Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Took Communion on the Moon”
By: Timothy Charles
You may never look at a butterfly in the same way after hearing Jack’s story. Jack Gates, the fourth of six children, was born with Ohtahara Syndrome in 2011 Continue reading “Jack’s Butterflies. Freeing Families From The Cocoon Of Disease”
By: Laura Bennett
With an estimated population of approximately 1.5 million, Mombasa is the oldest city in Kenya. It’s the second largest behind Nairobi, with a strategic location along the Indian Ocean that’s seen Mombasa thrive as an economic and cultural hub.
Continue reading “Thousands Gather to Share the Gospel in Mombasa, Kenya”
Gamai was just a toddler growing up in Guinea, West Africa, when she pulled a pot of boiling water over and badly burned her arms.
Continue reading “Mercy Ships Helps Gamai Reach for a New Life”
On a recent trip to India, Eliezer Gonzalez and friends of GNU were able to visit the Good News Children’s Care Centre in the village of Nandiwada. The children put on a programme for the visit and they were also given gifts.
Continue reading “Gifts for the Children at the Good News Children’s Care Centre”