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Voting is Now Open for the 2023 People’s Choice Awards

Toby Mac, Taya Smith and Planetshakers are among the finalists in the Peoples’ Choice Award, and you have the power to influence the outcome.

Australia’s Favourite Heelers Top US Streaming Charts

The famous kids series set in Brisbane has amassed a total of 737 million viewing hours in the US, becoming the number one show in the US.

‘Jesus Revolution’ Star Joel Courtney on Faith and Fame

Jesus Revolution follows real life pastor Greg Laurie (Joel Courtney), a man who finds faith and purpose through the Jesus Movement.

Jazz Walks Boldly Ahead of New Bluey Album and Single ‘Rain’

Bluey composer Jazz D’Arcy speaks about the second Bluey album Dance Mode, and the video for her song Rain (Boldly in the Pretend).

Lifeline Celebrates 60 Years of Saving Lives

Reverend Alan Walker’s legacy is well and truly alive as Lifeline celebrates 60 years of crisis support this month.

13YARN, the Lifeline Service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

13YARN is a culturally safe place for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people who are in crisis or simply feeling overwhelmed.

A Year On – What God Is Doing Through FEBC in Ukraine

Despite the challenges of the ongoing war in Ukraine, FEBC is finding unique ways to reach more people with a message of hope.

How Kids Helpline is Normalising ‘Help Seeking’ in Schools

Schools are encouraged to make use of the free Kids Helpine @ School program which can empower and help normalise ‘help seeking’ in students.

ChatGPT, “AI-gerism” and the Ethics of it All

OpenAI recently released an AI chatbot called ChatGPT which can write poems, essays and even computer code and it’s got everyone talking.

Blessing Offor on ‘My Tribe’ and Coca Cola Success

Blessing Offor has a new album out and it’s already a big success with Coca Cola using the title track, My Tribe, for a global campaign.

‘The Chosen’ Season 3 Finale Hits Cinemas This February

The epic finale of the hit TV show will screen in over 50 Australian cinemas for two days only this February 3rd and 4th.

Look Up at Our Night Skies in 2023

From a total solar eclipse to the Eta Aquarids meteor shower, there are plenty of cosmic marvels lighting up the 2023 night sky.

Report Reveals Christians Are Facing Growing Persecution

In its 30th year of publication, the Open Doors World Watch List lists the nations where Christians face the most severe persecution.

Pentatonix New Christmas Album – And an Australia Tour in 2023

Kevin “K.O.” Olusola, beatboxer of the a cappella group, Pentatonix, talks about living out his faith in the public eye – and a world tour.

The Christian Origins of Halloween

It’s that time of year when the shops have been decorated with all things spooky, but what should a Christian response to Halloween be?

‘Created and Loved’ – Principles Guiding All Christian Schools

The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference has released a guide on gender and identity which has been welcomed by Christian schools across Australia.

‘Ruby’s Choice’ Gives Hope and Purpose to Families Impacted by Dementia

New movie Ruby’s Choice promises to bring joy and hope to audiences while starting important conversations about dementia care in Australia.

Review of Funding for School Chaplaincy Underway

Share your story! Submissions close soon for students and families to share about the impact and effectiveness of school chaplaincy.