In the Circular Economy, ‘Repairs’ Are Making a Comeback

While fast fashion has encouraged a consumerism that buys new and throws out old, new initiatives are pushing for a more circular economy.

From Darkness to Hope: Malena’s Triumph Over Hidden Homelessness

Malena’s story is a powerful testament to the transformative power of compassion and the strength of the human spirit.

Help Fight Hidden Homelessness, this National Homelessness Week

It’s National Homelessness Week – and Mission Australia is calling on people of faith to dig deep to help the 122,000 Australians affected.

A Stroke at 27, Heart Attack at 29: Almost Dying Saved Author Ben McKelvey

To grow and change, Ben McKelvey would have to consider the traumas that shaped him and ask what he really wanted out of life.

Australians Impacted by High Living Costs and Cashless Habits

Almost two in five Australians (37%) would find themselves without funds within a week if their income were to cease.

Here’s How Gen Z Operates Online

Gen Z have never known a world without the Internet – so their hobbies, careers, identities and language are being shaped by what’s online.

Cybercrime is Becoming Biggest Safety Threat, Experts Say

Young people are more likely to be victims of cybercrime and victimisation varies according to employment status, a report has found.

Medals for Every Athlete: Aussie Strikes Gold at Special Olympics World Games

Team Australia just returned from the Special Olympics World Games in Berlin where all 64 Australian athletes returned home with a medal.

Samaritan’s Purse Volunteers Restoring Homes and Lives in Flood-Devastated Lismore

Samaritan’s Purse volunteers are working in Lismore to restore flood-damaged houses and help people return to their homes.

Are Generation Alpha ‘Up-Ageing’ or ‘Delay-Ageing’?

Generation Alpha have digital independence at a younger age – but they will also delay the traditional life markers of becoming an adult…

“Made With Love”: Elderly Aussies Send Hope to Ukraine’s Kids

Teddy bears made by elderly Australians and Kiwis are being delivered to displaced children in a war-torn land.

Improving Food Systems can Help Tackle Climate Change, Says Academic

By 2050, the global population is expected to reach 10 billion, which means there will be an extra two billion people to feed.

Take Time to Pause and Learn about Refugees this Refugee Week

Refugees are often seen as recipients of aid rather than the ones who can actually make decisions about policy.

What’s Next for Hillsong Churchgoers? Marc Fennell Investigates in ‘The Kingdom’

Walkley winning journalist Marc Fennell hosts the SBS doco ‘The Kingdom’, about Hillsong’s changing place in the Christian landscape.

Pastors Are Burning Out – But Churches Can Help Prevent It

Approximately 35 per cent of pastors had “seriously considered” quitting, according to research from clinical psychologist Valerie Ling.

The Strange Anti-Christian Bias of Microsoft’s New A.I.

As we step back and think about what’s going on with digital technology – including AI – there’s a few keys Christians need to consider.

3 Quick-Fire Principles for Choosing a Charity to Support

It’s tax time, and time when many of us make donations to charity. So how do you choose an organization that will make an impact?

Rise of EVs: “Three Types of Cars Will Become Extinct”

With electric vehicles becoming increasingly popular, a car auction platform has made a bold prediction about the future of traditional cars.