By: Sheridan Voysey
Call me a slow learner, but it’s only recently that I’ve come to realise what a miracle conception is. One sperm out of millions meets one egg out of thousands to produce us. And before that, our parents. And before that, their parents.
Continue reading “What a Little Girl Named Phoebe Can Tell Us About Ourselves”
By: Clare Bruce
He’s the man who inspired one of the greatest film franchises in history, so it was only a matter of time before the life of J.R.R. Tolkien was brought to the big screen. Continue reading “Genius amid Tragedy – ‘Tolkien’ Biopic a Moving Portrayal of Author”
By: Jennie Scott
I couldn’t find my way out. Eight years ago, after my marriage fell apart and my labels became “divorced” and “single mum,” my world lost its colour. All around me, I saw only black and white. Mostly black. Mostly darkness. Continue reading “Why I’m Telling You I Saw a Counsellor”
By: Susan Joy
Every child and adult will love this full flavoured banana cake. It’s moist and chocolatey packed with delicious healthy ingredients that are nut and grain free. Suitable to pack into school lunch boxes, to serve at kids parties or too big kids with a cuppa .
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By: Global News Alliance
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”
By: Clare Bruce
More than half of all Australia’s young people have experienced cyberbullying – that’s bullying using the web, smartphones or social media – and parents are being urged to become more aware. Continue reading “Has Cyberbullying Affected You? Expert Advice for Teens and Parents”
By: Akos Balogh
Religious freedom is a hot issue in Australia today. Many Christians are concerned about it, and some commentators claim this concern impacted our recent Federal election.
Continue reading “When Religious Freedom Destroys Religious Freedom”
By: Neri Morris
This year began like many others. A review of the year that was and a look to what kind of year I wanted it to be. Coming into this year I realised within myself there was a sense of discontent with church.
Continue reading “What Are You Holding Out For?”
By: Dr Justin Coulson
Dear Dr Justin
I have been reading a lot about how yelling isn’t good for my kids, but I can’t seem to get them to listen if I don’t raise my voice! Any suggestions on how I can stop yelling?
Continue reading “How To Stop Yelling”
By: Susan Sohn
When writing my book “True You” I knew I had to include a chapter on connection. Many who I interviewed spoke about loneliness and the disconnect they were living. Hearing their stories was painful.
Continue reading “Why Do I Feel Alone in a Hyper-Connected World?”