Is there any archaeological evidence for the Bible or is it all just a fabricated myth? We confront these big questions and more in an entertaining journey.
We interviewed nine regular people just like you to find out what they want to put into action this year. Here’s what they said!
The tide came in that day. I recall the exposition. I felt the cool air breathe upon my soul. It marked a returned cycle to where we had once been.
Material “stuff” is a subtle trap. We may have to get rid of it. But the stuff that can stop you from following Jesus is the “stuff” of the heart.
A remembrance of the first Christian service held on Australian shores in 1788, National Christian Heritage Sunday is held on the first Sunday in February each year.
Silent night, holy night, All is calm, all is bright. They’re beautiful lyrics, but they don’t quite capture the events we celebrate each December.
Coffee and the ‘third place’ concept has become a staple in the lives of many. This provides us with a great opportunity to live on mission and share Jesus.
Receiving and giving is the law of the universe, because they are part of the very nature of God. Love receives and love gives. Love has to love.
In a world of many needs, being generous can be hard. Hear from the “generosity monk” who sees the power of generosity and travels the world fostering it.
Most often when I hear advice on the key to hearing God’s voice, it points to the need to get away and find a place to “quieten your heart”.