It’s an objective fact: one of our children is always going to better than another child at any given activity. One child might be academically sharper.
By: Brittany Ann
Do you ever wish you could spend more time in the Word, but you’re just so busy taking care of your home and family that you don’t know how you possibly can?
Continue reading “How Busy Mums Can Make Time for Daily Devotions”
By: Michael McQueen
Few things are discussed with more enthusiasm in the business world of our day than innovation and creativity. However, implementing innovation within organisations is a much more challenging task.
By: Susan Joy
This is a simple one-pot chicken dinner full of flavour. The sauce is packed with vegetables and immune-boosting chicken broth. Serve this delicious smoked paprika and herbed chicken over low-carb cauliflower mash. The whole family will love it and it makes the best left-overs.
By: Sheridan Voysey
People with broken dreams like involuntary childlessness hunger for hope and deep community. And there is much still to do to help them find it. Continue reading “Friends, the World is Asking More From Us”
By: Beth Rivers
From the end of this year, the ACT Government has decided to cut the school chaplaincy program from public schools, triggering an urgent campaign to overturn the decision.
Continue reading “School Chaplaincy To Be Axed in ACT, Fear Other States Will Follow”
By: Clare Bruce
Growing up the daughter of one of the world’s leading Christian pop bands of the 90s, it’s no surprise Elle Limebear has emerged as an artist in her own right.
Continue reading “Meet Elle Limebear, Singer & Daughter of Delirious Frontman Martin Smith”
By: Stephen McAlpine
I now have access to the coveted Gold Lounge. I’m sitting here in the Gold Lounge at the Auckland airport, heading home from a conference, and it’s all hors d’oeuvres, funky drinks, comfy chairs, free everything, and peacefully quiet. Far from the madding airport crowd.
By: Jennifer Kerr
Schoolies celebrations mean school leavers hitting the Gold Coast, getting drunk, getting in trouble, and in the background of TV news live broadcasts, right? Oh my, but no! There is an amazing alternative to the cliché and many school leavers take on new and different experiences. Continue reading “Schoolies Done Better”