Following Jesus is a pretty comfortable option in Australia—but for over 215 million Christians around the world it now means high levels of persecution.
It's not long now until the kids go back to school! There's still time for a few last minute activities to keep that holiday feeling going.
Kids Helpline has issued a list of the signs of bullying, self-harm, anxiety and avoidance that parents and teachers should look out for.
In addition to small, achievable resolutions I also like to set some more serious goals. At the beginning of last year, I determined to ‘make space’.
One of the biggest threats to the church in in Australia, is a lukewarm faith. There's so much we can learn from persecuted believers who've stood firm.
There’s something even more important than a bucket list checkbox ticked.Yes I have my goals for 2018, but here’s what I really hope to grasp this New Year.
Jesus invites us to start making God’s dream a reality now—his kingdom coming ‘on earth as it is in heaven’. It’s a dream we can all find a place in.
Goodness, I wanted to be like her. But the longer I followed her, the more I began to realise that she was not exactly what she was posting.
The Christmas story tells us of the wise men who followed the star. One gift to our family this Christmas is wisdom and self-control.
Gentle people make others feel appreciated. As we wander through the 12 days of Christmas, today is all about finding our gentle selves.