By: Catherine Wilson | Focus On The Family
When the loss of someone precious suddenly becomes part of your family’s story, it can take enormous emotional energy to do even the simplest thing.
For you, if you’re already grieving, this is a tough time to do extra work – the work of learning how to help your children grieve well. But you are wise to take that step – to do the work, to learn. Continue reading “Helping Children Grieve for a Loved One”
By Clare Bruce
If there’s one thing the Marriage Law debate has achieved, it’s division. Australians have pointed fingers and labelled each other, and many of us need to re-learn how to live in harmony with our neighbours. Continue reading “Healing a Divided Australia: 10 Tips from a Pastor – Brett Ryan”
By: Michael McQueen
What are you putting off right now? Vacuuming the house, walking the dog, going to the gym? Maybe it’s making those phone calls, tackling your inbox or submitting the job application you’ve been ‘working on’ for 3 weeks? Continue reading “3 Reasons You Procrastinate (And How to Stop)”
By: Movies Change People
New faith-based movie, ‘The Star’ casts many recognisable voices in the ‘Greatest Story Never Told’. Continue reading “Mariah Carey Leads Soundtrack for New Faith-Based Christmas Movie”
By: Clare Bruce
An Aboriginal elder says a change to Australia’s marriage law would damage indigenous family structures handed down over millennia. Continue reading “Aboriginal Elders say a Change to Marriage Will Damage Ancient Kinship Structures”
By: Sheridan Voysey
When was the last time you had a truly special meal where you left the table changed, uplifted, fulfilled? You came burdened but left lighter (at least emotionally). Your soul was filled, not just your stomach. Continue reading “In a Fast Food World, Are We Losing the Art of Sacred Meals?”
By: Focus On The Family
What do you do when God doesn’t provide healing?
Can you find happiness in the midst of physical or emotional trials? Joni Eareckson Tada, a quadriplegic for 50 years, says you can if your joy comes in Christ!
Continue reading “When God Allows Suffering”
By: Tania Harris | God Conversations
A first century rabbi once said; “A dream uninterpreted is a letter unopened.” Imagine if the Creator God had sent you a letter – a message that answered your question, gave you vision for the future or provided some insight into your current situation. But it’s sitting there in the letterbox, unopened and unread, while you’re still praying in frustration, wondering why God hasn’t spoken… Continue reading “5 Steps to Understanding Your Dreams”
By: Duncan Robinson
When I was in my 20’s I had big dreams. I wanted to change the world, write a book, speak to thousands of people, travel the world, get married, ride unicorns and punch Titans. They were all audacious, massive, incredible goals. I wanted to set the bar high, challenge myself at every pass. Continue reading “Dad Goals: Big, Audacious Dad Goals”
By: Susan Joy | The JOYful Table
It’s spring here in the southern hemisphere and the perfect time for a picnic. I’m very fortune where I live in Western Australia, there are only a few months of the year that we can’t picnic. Having a picnic with family and friends is the perfect setting for a catch up, laughter, fun with a game of cricket, a bush or beach walk and sharing delicious food. Continue reading “The Healthy Paleo Picnic”