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How COVID Brought the Human Back to Work

The future of human work will be characterised by collaboration, innovation and human skills that set us apart from robots.

Why Your Stuff Isn’t Worth Worshipping

In our culture of modern idolatry, we have made our stuff our god. Your stuff may disappear, but God’s not going anywhere.

Remembering His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Honouring the life of the longest-serving royal consort in British history. Prince Philip is being remembered by church leaders as a man of faith.

Graduate Job Readiness

There seems to be an increasing disconnect between what students are being prepared for and what the workforce expects of graduates.

Inside the Bubble: How Trans-Tasman Travel Will Work

By: Michael Crooks International travel has returned to Australia. Well, to only one country, but that’s not a bad start for a world still in the grip of a pandemic.

The Most Forgiving People

The measure of our forgiveness for others is not the forgiveness we are offered, but rather the forgiveness we choose to receive.

Tips to Stop Mindless Eating After Working From Home Has Contributed to Weight Gain

A survey looking at the COVID-19 impact on diet across 30 countries, found more than a third of Aussies gained weight during the pandemic.

The Cultivation of Character

It can no longer be about looking good. Cultivation of character is about being good. What if we expected more of ourselves, our kids and the teams we lead?

How the Emerging Economy Will Get You a Better Gig

As more and more people engage in freelance work, the gig economy is proving itself to be a significant force in lifestyle, labour and economy.

Counting Down to Census 2021

More than 5,800 years after the world’s first ever census, the 2021 Australian Census is just under 200 days away.

Why Your Stuff Isn’t Worth Worshipping

In our culture of modern idolatry, we have made our stuff our god. Your stuff may disappear, but God’s not going anywhere.

Remembering His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Honouring the life of the longest-serving royal consort in British history. Prince Philip is being remembered by church leaders as a man of faith.

Graduate Job Readiness

There seems to be an increasing disconnect between what students are being prepared for and what the workforce expects of graduates.

Inside the Bubble: How Trans-Tasman Travel Will Work

By: Michael Crooks International travel has returned to Australia. Well, to only one country, but that’s not a bad start for a world still in the grip of a pandemic.

The Most Forgiving People

The measure of our forgiveness for others is not the forgiveness we are offered, but rather the forgiveness we choose to receive.

Tips to Stop Mindless Eating After Working From Home Has Contributed to Weight Gain

A survey looking at the COVID-19 impact on diet across 30 countries, found more than a third of Aussies gained weight during the pandemic.

The Cultivation of Character

It can no longer be about looking good. Cultivation of character is about being good. What if we expected more of ourselves, our kids and the teams we lead?

How the Emerging Economy Will Get You a Better Gig

As more and more people engage in freelance work, the gig economy is proving itself to be a significant force in lifestyle, labour and economy.

Counting Down to Census 2021

More than 5,800 years after the world’s first ever census, the 2021 Australian Census is just under 200 days away.

The Paradox of Marriage

A paradox has often been thought of as something that is contradictory, yet true and I dare say, marriage consists of many.

IRAN: The Book with All the Answers

Mar 9, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News The Islamic Revolution of 1979 led to the establishment of the world’s only country governed by an Islamic theocracy. Today, many of those who committed their lives to Islamic rule are filled with despair. This...

NIGERIA: Remember Leah Sharibu, Three Years Captive

Mar 2, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News On 19 February 2018, Islamic jihadists from Boko Haram swept into Dapchi town, Yobe State, northern Nigeria. They kidnapped 110 girls, mostly Muslim, from Dapchi’s Government Girls’ Science and Technical College. A few...

Mexico: They found a window

Mar 1, 2021 | All Posts, e-News, News Pastors in southern Mexico found a way to distribute thousands of much-wanted Bibles despite COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. Christians make up approximately three percent of the population in southern Mexico – a region that has a...

INDIA: Pregnant Mother Beaten, Loses Baby

Feb 23, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Radical Hindus recently attacked Christians in India, beating several church members, including a pastor, and killing an unborn baby. One extremist assaulted Lila Bhai, who was eight months pregnant with her second...

IRAN: Ebrahim Firouzi Imprisoned after Exposing Harassment

Feb 17, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Iranian Christians request prayer for convert Ebrahim Firouzi who has been arrested after publicising continual harassment from Iranian intelligence (MOIS). On 6 February Ebrahim released a series of six videos...

PAKISTAN: Christian Evangelists Charged with Committing Blasphemy

Feb 16, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Two Christian evangelists are being charged with violating Pakistan’s notorious blasphemy law and could face a mandatory death sentence if found guilty. The two Christians are being accused of making derogatory remarks...

CHINA: Prisoner Transferred for “Concentrated Education”

Feb 10, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Pastor Zhang Shaojie had been the leader of the Nanle County Christian Church in Henan. In July 2014, he was sentenced to twelve years in prison for alleged fraud and disrupting social order. At the time, his family was...

Turkey: Producing Christian Truth in a Dark Place

Feb 3, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Evangelical believers in Turkey number only in the thousands in this highly Gospel-resistant, Islamic country of more than 80 million. A group of Turkish believers who produce Christian literature ask for prayer as they...

MEXICO: Christians Expelled and Homes Destroyed

Jan 28, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News Evangelical Christians in the San Cristóbal municipality of Chiapas State have faced opposition from other villagers for several years. In May 2016, 84 homes in the area were looted and partially destroyed, forcibly...

India: Wedding Day in Jail

Jan 25, 2021 | All Posts, e-News, News Christian couple, Rabish and Summandi set a wedding date with village officials and eagerly anticipated their big day. They planned to marry on 30 May 2018, but it soon became apparent that the village was not willing to host a...

Remembering His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Honouring the life of the longest-serving royal consort in British history. Prince Philip is being remembered by church leaders as a man of faith.

Graduate Job Readiness

There seems to be an increasing disconnect between what students are being prepared for and what the workforce expects of graduates.

Inside the Bubble: How Trans-Tasman Travel Will Work

By: Michael Crooks International travel has returned to Australia. Well, to only one country, but that’s not a bad start for a world still in the grip of a pandemic.

The Most Forgiving People

The measure of our forgiveness for others is not the forgiveness we are offered, but rather the forgiveness we choose to receive.

Tips to Stop Mindless Eating After Working From Home Has Contributed to Weight Gain

A survey looking at the COVID-19 impact on diet across 30 countries, found more than a third of Aussies gained weight during the pandemic.

The Cultivation of Character

It can no longer be about looking good. Cultivation of character is about being good. What if we expected more of ourselves, our kids and the teams we lead?

How the Emerging Economy Will Get You a Better Gig

As more and more people engage in freelance work, the gig economy is proving itself to be a significant force in lifestyle, labour and economy.

Counting Down to Census 2021

More than 5,800 years after the world’s first ever census, the 2021 Australian Census is just under 200 days away.

The Paradox of Marriage

A paradox has often been thought of as something that is contradictory, yet true and I dare say, marriage consists of many.

Artist Spotlight With Hillsong United Ft. Jad Gillies

Jad Gillies from Hillsong United talks about the live album release, The People Tour: Live From Madison Square Garden and playing at the iconic venue.

Graduate Job Readiness

There seems to be an increasing disconnect between what students are being prepared for and what the workforce expects of graduates.

Inside the Bubble: How Trans-Tasman Travel Will Work

By: Michael Crooks International travel has returned to Australia. Well, to only one country, but that’s not a bad start for a world still in the grip of a pandemic.

The Most Forgiving People

The measure of our forgiveness for others is not the forgiveness we are offered, but rather the forgiveness we choose to receive.

Tips to Stop Mindless Eating After Working From Home Has Contributed to Weight Gain

A survey looking at the COVID-19 impact on diet across 30 countries, found more than a third of Aussies gained weight during the pandemic.

The Cultivation of Character

It can no longer be about looking good. Cultivation of character is about being good. What if we expected more of ourselves, our kids and the teams we lead?

How the Emerging Economy Will Get You a Better Gig

As more and more people engage in freelance work, the gig economy is proving itself to be a significant force in lifestyle, labour and economy.

Counting Down to Census 2021

More than 5,800 years after the world’s first ever census, the 2021 Australian Census is just under 200 days away.

The Paradox of Marriage

A paradox has often been thought of as something that is contradictory, yet true and I dare say, marriage consists of many.

Artist Spotlight With Hillsong United Ft. Jad Gillies

Jad Gillies from Hillsong United talks about the live album release, The People Tour: Live From Madison Square Garden and playing at the iconic venue.

The Land of Dumplings and Cheese Pie: A Look into Georgian Culture with Alice Zaslavsky

Georgia is located at the juncture of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, and is known for its mountainous landscapes and fresh, flavourful produce.

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Mar 2, 2021 | All Posts, I Commit To Pray, News On 19 February 2018, Islamic jihadists from Boko Haram swept into Dapchi town, Yobe State, northern Nigeria. They kidnapped 110 girls, mostly Muslim, from Dapchi’s Government Girls’ Science and Technical College. A few...

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