By: Sheridan Voysey
A new year. A new decade. We have crossed a threshold, begun a new story, bidding the old farewell to make way for the new. What are you looking forward to?
Continue reading “We Push Out into New, Uncharted Waters. Don’t Be Afraid”
By: Dr Justin Coulson
I’ve been running parenting workshops full-time around Australia for close to ten years and in all that time no parent has ever told me:
Continue reading “How To Raise A Rebel”
By: Justin Rouillon
“We grew up in a fractured society, that wasn’t something we wanted to be a part of – unity and togetherness is way more important than your opinion being right.” Continue reading “Authenticity is Key For Rend Collective”
By: Tania Harris | God Conversations
Many of us are familiar with the belief in a God who speaks, but it wasn’t always that way. The findings of a recent archeological dig in Peru gives us insight into the uniqueness of the God of the Bible. Continue reading “What A Mass Child Sacrifice Tells us About the Uniqueness of a Talking God”
By: Clare Bruce
A pastor in Wuhan, the city at the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak in China, has written a letter to the church at large asking for prayer, and urging his fellow believers in Wuhan to have courage in the face of their trial. Continue reading “Wuhan Pastor for Prayer Amid Coronavirus Crisis”
By: Susan Joy
This is a delicious moist tea cake. It’s not too sweet and has a hint of cinnamon and ginger. It’s so quick to whip up and has a lovely light and soft texture, not dense like a lot of paleo cakes. It’s the perfect cake for an afternoon tea party and is also yummy served warm with dairy-free cream.
Continue reading “Raspberry Tea Cake”
By: Laura Bennett
If you don’t know who Fred Rogers is, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is a really strange movie. Continue reading “A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood’ [Movie Review]”
By: Jenny Baxter
Generational Gaps: Who would have thought what your grandparents didn’t know makes a difference to you?
Continue reading “Do You Have Generational Gaps in Life-Skills?”
By: Clare Bruce
The Christian non-profit Open Doors is urging Australians to increase their prayer and support for the persecuted church, as believers are targeted with surveillance and biometric technology.
Continue reading “Persecution Goes Digital: Christians Targeted with Technology”
By: Yvette Cherry
I met Jesus once. Well actually, just his shoes and his legs up to about the knee. But it was Him. He didn’t need me to see the whole of him for me to know.
Continue reading “Dunlop Volleys and Hairy Legs”