By: Steve Grace
Forget the former things;
do not dwell on the past.
See, I am doing a new thing!
Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?
I am making a way in the wilderness
and streams in the wasteland.
— Isaiah 43:18-19
There is an emotional fatigue that we all have experienced as we head into the last months of 2020. Continue reading “Pandemics, Plans and Expectations”
By: Kim Wilkinson
Debt relief charity Christians Against Poverty Australia urges senators to block proposed termination of safe lending laws. Continue reading “CAP Supports Petition Opposing Plan to Axe Safe Spending Laws”
By: Sabrina Peters
When I was 16 I thought I knew everything. A few years have passed since then and I have realised I actually didn’t know everything (ha funny that right)! Continue reading “60 Things I Would Tell My 16 Year Old Self”
By: Susan Joy
Smooth creamy chocolates filled with fresh raspberries. These delicious delicate chocolates can be served as a light dessert or used for a healthy treat for your sweetheart. Continue reading “Chocolate Covered Raspberries”
By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez
A friend of mine often says that we need to live for a good funeral. None of us are going to avoid a funeral of some sort, and we get to decide how our funeral will be. I’ve been to funerals which have quite frankly been horrifically bleak, and I’ve been to funerals where a life of true worth has been remembered. Continue reading “How to Live a Life of Worth”
By: Michael McQueen
Britain’s first female Member of Parliament, Lady Astor, once observed: “The main dangers in this life are the people who want to change nothing – or everything.” Continue reading “How the Past Paves New Paths to the Future”
By: Stephen McAlpine
I have devoted this guest post to a friend of mine, Talia. I have not read anything as moving, as heartbreaking, or as soul-enriching this year. Continue reading “How Talia’s Disabled Daughter Taught Her about the Love of God”
By: Sam Robinson
Former MasterChef-turned-TV-host Alice Zaslavsky really loves vegetables. Like, a lot. She’s turned her passion for veggies into a brand new book, In Praise of Veg – a two kilogram guide to vegetables and how to cook them well that wouldn’t look out of place next to Stephanie Alexander’s classic The Cook’s Companion. Continue reading “MasterChef’s Alice Zaslavsky Wants Us to Start Thinking About Veggies as the Main Meal”
By: Dr Justin Coulson
Do you remember how sex-obsessed you were as a teen? Or your friends? Even if you weren’t doing it, chances are you were talking about it, asking about it, and thinking about it. Continue reading “Delaying Sex in the Teen Years – It’s Good But Not For The Reasons You Think”
By: Laura Bennett
As the weather heats up it’s only right we start thinking about our next visit to the beach and how often we can visit the local pool. Although, new research suggests a lot of Australian kids aren’t ready to enjoy the water safely – with a number of families opting out of swimming lessons. Continue reading “Swim Australia CEO is Concerned Australians Families Are Opting Out of Swimming Lessons”