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21 Life-Changing Gifts That Bring Hope This Christmas

Egg-laying chicks, equipping a classroom, or a month of food for a family, are available in the Samaritan’s Purse Christmas gift catalogue.

“A Real Journey of Confidence” – Tarryn Stokes, ‘The Voice’ Winner 2023

Aussie vocalist extraordinaire Tarryn Stokes has stepped into the limelight, being announced as the winner of Channel 7’s The Voice 2023.

Religious Freedom Has a Brighter Future with the Launch of ‘Faith NSW’

The major religious groups in NSW have united to form a new peak body, representing their common interests at all levels of government.

Voting on The Voice: Interviews on Both Perspectives

Two respectful “yes” and “no” perspectives to add to your research in making an informed decision on The Voice Referendum.

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.

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.

Christians in Syria and Turkey Call for Prayer After Deadly Earthquake

Churches in Turkey and Syria are calling for Christians around the world to pray, after earthquakes have killed almost 4,000 people.

Time to Vote: Who Should be Crowned the Top Christian Music Artists?

The People’s Choice Award is broken into two categories, Australian and International Christian Music Artists.

Digital Leadership Summit – Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane this July

No matter what sector or organisation you are part of, the key to a successful future is current and ongoing awareness and innovation.

Pandemic Causing an Increase in Spiritual Openness Amongst Australians

1 in 3 Australians are thinking more about God as a result of the Pandemic, and 3 in 4 agree their local church is making a positive difference.

Aussies Open to Spiritual Conversations

A new study finds that 4 in 5 Australians are open to talking about spiritual topics, including views that are different from their own.

Palm Sunday Attack on Indonesian Church

Fourteen people have been injured, and a suicide bomber killed, in a terrorist attack on a Catholic church in South Sulawesi, just after their Palm Sunday mass.

COVID-19 Intensifies Discrimination Against Christians

New report finds Christians are being refused COVID-19 aid in countries across Asia, Middle East and Africa.

Tuning in Together for #ChangeTheHeart

This year a national moment has emerged – a time to pray in unison by Tuning in Together to #ChangeTheHeart of Australia.

New Christian Dating App Stars HiJosh in Launch

An Australian Christian Comedian has starred in the Launch Video for a New Christian Dating App offering Australian Singles the chance to find love.

Stand in the Gap this Christmas

Christmas can be daunting for many Australians this year. Churches and Individuals can offer hope by reaching out, stepping into the gap and serving others.

CAP Supports Petition Opposing Plan to Axe Safe Spending Laws

Debt relief charity Christians Against Poverty Australia urges senators to block proposed termination of safe lending laws.