You may have noticed a really big difference between children and grown-ups. No I’m not talking about the physical size difference, or the more obvious maturity that most adults have compared to their kids. I’m talking about our approach to life. Continue reading “How to Play with your Kids – and Enjoy It”
I once read a book that argued that the earth was hollow and that it was populated inside by a super-race of aliens. It even had photos that proved it. It was interesting, but I didn’t believe it. Why? Because all the evidence says that the earth’s core is solid! Continue reading “Did Jesus Really Exist?”
By: Michael McQueen
Any experienced surfer knows how important it is to keep one eye fixed on the horizon. While a wave is still forming a long way off, that is the time to start paddling, to get into position and get ready. Leave it too long or fail to move at all, and you’ll be wiped out as the wave crashes you. Continue reading “5 Megatrends That Will Dominate the next Decade”
By: Paul Coughlin
During my dating years, I heard a husband respond to his wife in such a gentle and humorous way that it didn’t even appear he had corrected her at all. Continue reading “The True Strength of Marital Gentleness”
By: Susan Browning
I’m a planner. I like order. I thrive when structure is around me. But lately God’s been reshaping flexibility in my life. Actually, let’s rephrase that…. because it hasn’t even been that recent. It’s been this gradual life inclination to a spontaneous life and each level I’ve been stretched and it’s been uncomfortable. And then I find order and I breathe and I’m happy until the next “can we reschedule?” appears before us. Continue reading “Let Your Yes Be Yes… and Your No Be No.”
Instead of toughening our children up, let’s develop that sensitivity and find ways to support their resiliency at the same time. It is possible to be sensitive and resilient.
By: Clare Bruce
A battle with cancer, an encounter with God, dramatic weight loss, and grappling with his purpose on the earth—Stan Walker has faced it all in the last couple of years. Continue reading “Winning the Fight With a Family Curse: Stan Walker’s Greatest Battle Yet”
By: Anne Rinaudo
Ronald Henderson famously chaired a Commission of Inquiry into Poverty in the early 1970’s.
In his report, Henderson sought to identify the extent of poverty in Australia in terms of inadequate income relative to need. Continue reading “Would Universal Basic Income Beat Poverty?”
By: Sheridan Voysey
A reflection on Psalm 139.
He knows you. He knows every detail and nanosecond of your existence—every atom, molecule, skin cell, and ligament; every hope, dream, interest, and achievement; every strength, weakness, gladness, and grief. He knows you intimately, through and through. Continue reading “One of The Best Things You’ll Hear Today: You Are Known”
Hi Dr Justin,
How do you teach a child not to swear when swearing is everywhere – on television, on YouTube and even occasionally from their parents! My daughter thinks it’s ok to say frigging as it’s not the “real” word. Continue reading “Ask Dr Justin — How Do I Teach My Child Not to Swear?”