By: Collett Smart
Like many reading this, I am a parent to 3 children – and the talk of COVID-19 hasn’t left our house much in the last few weeks, especially since the flow of information (and misinformation) has picked up. It’s difficult to ignore isn’t it? Continue reading “What to Say to Children and Teens About COVID-19”
As we settle into the 2020’s, it’s the perfect time to reflect not only on last year, but on life so far. Based on the latest survey we conducted, there’s some valuable advice to keep in mind and equip you, as we enter this new decade of massive change.
Continue reading “Aussies’ Biggest Regrets Are That They Didn’t Do More with the Time They Had”
By: Clare Bruce
A New Zealand church pastor and his daughter were among those administering first aid, prayer and comfort to burns victims, after the Whakaari / White Island volcanic eruption on Monday afternoon.
Continue reading “The NZ Pastor and His Daughter, who Cared for Volcano Victims”
By: Katrina Roe
The social activist group Collective Shout is celebrating after Bauer Media announced they will shut down their two remaining porn magazines, Picture and People.
Continue reading “Sexist, Racist Porn Mags ‘People’ and ‘Picture’ Shut Down Thanks To Collective Shout”
By: Akos Balogh
‘What music do you like listening to?’ asks my martial arts instructor, as we prepare for class. (There’s always some ‘mood music’ in the background as we train).
Continue reading “The Dangers and Opportunities of a Christian Kanye West”
By: Clare Bruce
It was an astonishing and rare display of Christ-like love in a Texas courtroom, when a young man forgave the Dallas woman who shot and killed his brother.
Continue reading “Incredible Act of Jesus-Like Mercy, as Man Forgives the Woman who Killed His Brother”
By: Karen Schneider
John and Sarah Fairfax after fourteen years of hard work in growing their business in Leamington, England, stood in the place that was John’s printing business and Sarah’s bookshop, bankrupt. Unable to continue.
Continue reading “The Sydney Morning Herald – Our History and the Christian Connection”
By: Laura Bennett
No matter how the prisoners found themselves in the Meru GK Prison, African Enterprise (AE) is on a mission to offer them care and support.
Continue reading “African Enterprise – A Culture of Worship Made Possible in Prison”
By: Anne Rinaudo
People are more likely to believe a true or false claim if it is paired with a photograph, a researcher from The Australian National University (ANU) has found. Dr Eryn Newman, from the ANU Research School of Psychology, has been finding out how people find truth in a fake-news era. Continue reading “You Will Believe Fake News Just Because It Has A Picture”