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Dustin Nickerson Counters Unhelpful Marriage Advice with Comedy

Comedian Dustin Nickerson describes himself as the “the world’s most average person”. Here he challenges one-size-fits-all marriage advice.

Drop the Notion of “Making It”, Says Musician-Turned-CEO Pete Gillies

“The concept of ‘making it’ is this illusive idea that I don’t know if we ever achieve,” says former New Empire guitarist Peter Gillies.

Radical Love Helps ‘Shazam!’ Actor Zachary Levi Overcome History of Trauma

In his debut memoir ‘Radical Love: Learning to Accept Yourself and Others’, Zachary shares about his trauma recovery and mission to help others.

Space Exploration Reflects a Spiritual Need, Says US Author and Pastor Levi Lusko

Levi Lusko has written about many subjects over the years but in his new book, he looks at humanity’s obsession with the celestial.

Change Doesn’t Have to Be Quick to Be Worthwhile, Says Author Hannah Brencher

Author Hannah Brencher encourages her readers to seek out their own transformation story and learn to pursue health and success through God, not culture.

“Healthy Masculinity Looks Like Christlikeness,” Says Pastor Jon Tyson

Australian pastor and author Jon Tyson says we need a “radical Christian community”, championing healthy masculinity and Christlike character.

Volunteering Isn’t Just About Helping, it’s Community Building

Volunteering Australia CEO says volunteering is a profound aspirational statement about how we want our communities to be into the future.

Could Debating Be Better with a Bit of Curiosity and Generosity?

‘The Principle of Charity’ podcast brings together those on opposing sides of hot-button topics, to explore difficult conversations with generosity.

Does ‘Colour Blindness’ Need a Cure?

Because of my upbringing, I never saw myself as white, or others as coloured. But in not seeing someone’s colour, we also don’t see their potential pain.

What Seeing Jesus Tomb Taught Me About His Resurrection

There are two sites in Jerusalem where Jesus’ tomb may have been. Both have enough archaeological evidence to warrant their claims.

Discipleship Program offers Spiritual Stability to Students in Ethiopia

Not only does the discieship program offer students confidence in their school years, it imparts life skills that serve them well into adulthood as well.

Queens of Mystery — By the Makers of New Tricks and Doc Martin [TV Review]

With inquisitive narration and grand, sweeping landscapes, watching the new British crime series Queens of Mystery feels like snuggling up with a good book.

Will Smith in Spies in Disguise — An Unlikely Pigeon Pairing Saving the World

You’re spoiled for choice these holidays with streaming and cinema options, but thankfully, Spies in Disguise can make your binge watching meaningful.

Raising Confident Kids Who Love God: Darlene Zschech’s Insights

In a recent interview with pastor and worship artist Darlene Zschech, we got talking about parenting, and raising the next generation.

Waving the Flag for Independence – and Love – in another remake of ‘Little Women’

This is the year for the March sisters, with this weeks’ Little Women the second movie to tell their story in as many months.

Barry Conrad: How a Brush with Death Changed His Outlook on Showbiz and Life

Barry Conrad’s love for music has been lifelong: he had a Dad who loved to sing, and a Mum who recorded worship albums with her church choir.

Depth and a Little Darkness as Anna and Elsa Seek Answers, in ‘Frozen 2’

In the US Frozen II has already broken animated movie records, making over $500 million AU in its opening weekend, with the world soon to follow.

A Christmas Album Born In Pain Brings Purpose For Melanie Penn: ‘Immanuel: The Folk Sessions’

During what she calls “the worst Christmas I ever had”, Melanie began to write the songs for her first Christmas album, ‘Immanuel’.