By: Susan Browning
It’s like this perpetual reminder.
You’d think I’d have learnt by now.
But no, it’s a constant current in my life and, like a thorn in my side, doing just doesn’t stop. Continue reading “Hustle and Rest”
By: Anne Rinaudo
Discussion of crime and punishment inevitably gets heated. Some people want to take a hard line ‘prison is for punishment’ approach while others see merit in addressing the social circumstances and personal difficulties that got people behind bars. Continue reading “Is Our Prison System Working? Why Should we be Concerned?”
The latest research from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) tells us that most Aussie kids (around two-thirds) are using their screens significantly more than expert guidelines suggest is healthy. Continue reading “5 Ways to Set Screen Time Limits With Your Children”
By Clare Bruce
Christian leader Karl Faase challenges atheist taunts that Jesus’ resurrection is one big April Fools’ joke. Continue reading ““Jesus Back From the Dead? April Fools!””
By: Jennie Scott
“Did you see where kids were Snapchatting during the shooting?” my sister asked. “They showed the bodies on the ground.”
No, I didn’t. Thank goodness. But I am not surprised. Continue reading “Snapchats of Dead Bodies: The Loss of Sacred Things”
Sometimes we just have to dig a little to find beautiful meanings hidden just under the surface of the Bible. John 19:41 is one of those verses. It tells us that Jesus was buried in a “new tomb, in which no one had ever been laid” (NIV). Continue reading “What Does it Mean That Jesus Was Buried in a New Tomb?”
By: Tania Harris
Magnums are one of my all-time favourite ice-creams. I love the smooth Belgian chocolate and the rich ice-cream inside. But some years ago, Magnum launched a new marketing campaign, labelling each of their ice-creams with one of the seven deadly sins. Continue reading “A Theology of Chocolate – How Our Twisted Ideas Turned God into a Killjoy”
Do you lose your cool with your kids? Do you feel like you’re constantly yelling?
In this week’s podcast episode I share my top 4 tips for keeping our anger in check, staying calm and being kind to our children (even when we think they don’t deserve it). Continue reading “How to Turn Your Anger Around”
By: Susan Joy
You don’t have to miss out on Easter traditions just because you choose to eat healthily. I’ve got an awesome gluten/grain free Hot Cross Muffin recipe for you, it can be made traditionally with sultanas or chocolatey using healthy dark chocolate. Continue reading “Paleo Hot Cross Muffin-Buns”