Whenever I’m asked how a donation to restore the gift of sight makes a difference, I always say the same thing: “let me tell you about Joanna.”
Listen to the media, and you might conclude most Australians are hostile to Christianity. But the National Church Life Survey paints a different picture.
The story of ‘Some Happy Day’ follows Tina, a homeless woman in search of a better life, who meets Frances, a social worker with troubles of her own.
Vaping is on every school principal’s mind right now. Adolescent psychologist Collett Smart and drug-and-alcohol educator Paul Dillon share their advice.
Research has shown that procrastinators can produce results of lower quality and suffer more stress and illness. Why put off what you can do now?
An estimated 94 million have cataracts, clouding their vision, and causing permanent blindness if left untreated. Miracles Day changes that.
In the new thriller ‘Nope’, director Jordan Peele illustrates a profound theological point, writes film critic Russ Matthews.
Cryptocurrencies based on blockchains radically improve transparency, and are influencing real world money in significant ways.
Tayla is a former competitive surfer and self-confessed introvert. After an injury halted her surfing career, God prompted in her a change of direction…
Friendships in the Bible like David and Jonathan, and Jesus and his disciples, highlights our need for friendship in this earthly existence.