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This year, Riverland Life FM are entering a team into the 2019 Riverland Relay For Life held at the Berri Oval 26th of October. Help us achieve our goal of $1000 for Cancer research by supporting our BBQ held on Saturday April 6th from 8.30am – 1.30pm in front of Home Hardware in Loxton (Across […]

Alongside Beyonce Knowles and Kelly Rowland, the stunning and talented Michelle Williams was one-third of Destiny’s Child – one of the most successful pop groups in history. But while the trio of divas was taking the world by storm, what fans didn’t know at the time was that Michelle was battling depression. In 2018 the […]

By: Sharon Fitness 2019 for ACCTV viewers is shaping up to be a fantastic year of entertainment, teaching, inspiration and transformation with a wealth of new content headed to screens. It’s never been easier to watch ACCTV either, with Broadcast on Foxtel, Fetch and Satellite, iOS and Android apps for Tablets and smart phones as well […]

By: Dr. John Townsend Vicky sat at the kitchen table, stunned and hurt. Her four-year-old marriage to Alex, on which she had pinned so many hopes and dreams, seemed false. She had just heard from a friend that Alex had been seen lunching with an old girlfriend. When Vicky asked why he hadn’t mentioned it to […]

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez I often feel like the armour I’m supposed to wear is too big for me. The responsibilities are too big, the challenges are too big, and what others expect of me is too big. It’s a bit like David, when he volunteered to take on Goliath the giant. King Saul was flabbergasted, […]

By: Arlene Pellicane Date nights during the courtship years might have included bouquets of roses, candlelight dinners and strolls through the park. But date night looks quite different now that you have kids. These days, your “romantic evenings” may more often involve finding free food samples at the grocery store and then heading to the discount […]

Above: Australia’s newest Prime Minister, Scott Morrison. Image: Facebook By: Clare Bruce It was Baird, a Liberal MP in the 1980s and 90s, who saw the potential in Morrison, mentored him, and opened significant doors for him on his path to the top. Baird, who’s also the father of the former NSW premier Mike, spoke to Open […]

By: Rachel Doherty Curfews can be a useful way for parents to influence the behaviour of their teens. Especially when they’re making poor choices or hitting the party scene. Teenagers at some point will dip into the world beyond their home. It’s only a matter of time before they want to go to parties or hang out […]

By: Sheridan Voysey According to the experts, writing in a journal can help you reduce stress, increase creativity, solve problems, and manage conflict. I’ve also found it to be an incredibly helpful tool for making sense of our personal histories. If you’re new to the practice I have a longer post and podcast on journaling here. But […]

By: Hope Media The Bible: it’s still the most read, quoted and revered book ever published. But there’s a generation now growing up in an increasingly secular Australia, who have less and less Bible awareness. That’s why Bible Society Australia wants to introduce God’s words to Aussie kids at an early age – with the free […]

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