The way you’re wired impacts how you respond to stress. Continue reading “Practical Help for When You’re Overwhelmed”
By: Laura Bennett
Humans escaping the real world in favour of a digital alternative: sound familiar? Continue reading “Sci Fi Flick ‘Ready Player One’ is Uncomfortably Close to the Truth”
By: Jennie Scott
The words that stopped me cold weren’t shouted or even spoken angrily. They were gentle, coming through the speakers of my laptop. One sentence, spoken sweetly, as part of a longer podcast episode. One sentence that gave me chills: Continue reading “When Belief and Actions Collide”
By: Anne Rinaudo
The black American experience of slavery is a key factor in the development of popular music. African slaves in America’s southern states were subject to incalculable injustice and oppression. However, that shameful period in history was the source of many music genres. Continue reading “Slavery Couldn’t Silence Christian Music”
Have you ever felt like you were in the “daily grind” of marriage?
It’s time to change that perspective, as we explore how to bring fun and laughter back into your relationship, and even enjoy your spouse when they drive you crazy! Continue reading “Having Fun in Your Marriage”
Yes, at this time of year, there is such a thing as ‘leftover chocolate’.
After the Easter celebrations die down and you simply can’t eat another egg, here are some ways to reduce all that chocolate from your precious cupboard space. Continue reading “10 Ideas for Your Leftover Easter Chocolate”
By: Rachel Doherty | Tweens 2 Teen
Giving advice to teens can seem like an important role for parents. But if you want them to listen to you, you’ll need to find a clever way to share your thoughts that keeps them tuned in. Continue reading “How to Give Your Teens Advice They’ll Listen To”
By: Akos Balogh
It happened at the strangest times.
Whether arriving home from coaching my son’s soccer team, or finishing a long-distance bike-ride with friends. Without any warning, I felt it: Continue reading “Why I Thank God For My Painful Mid-Life Crisis”
By: Clare Bruce
When Eloise Wellings takes off from the starting line at the Games on the Gold Coast, she won’t just be propelled by her 20 years of experience and training. Continue reading “Faith & Tenacity – Eloise Wellings on Track for Gold Coast Games”