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.

The Future of Flying Cars is Here

In years past, flying cars were the stuff of fantasy. But developments of the last decade are seeing them edge closer to reality, writes Michael McQueen.

Solitude for Beginners

Susan Browning was always busy – until the day she started watching clouds go by – and felt a tiny bit restored. It started a new habit.

‘Downton Abbey’ Sequel Suffers Relevance Issue: Movie Review

The Crawley family come from generations of wealth, tradition, and a certain confidence, which may or may not resonate with today’s audience.

“What’s for Dinner Tonight?” Overload – With a Side of Decision Fatigue!

Decision fatigue is a state of mental overload from having too many options, too many choices to make. It’s why choosing what’s for dinner can be so hard.

Taking the Steps

Has God ever asked you to take a step of faith? A huge step but He’s only shown you the first step to take. That step and nothing else?

A Moment of Silence for the Iconic and Now Discontinued iPod

It’s time to move on! Made redundant with the introduction of the iPhone, Apple bids adieu to the iconic iPod after 21 years.

Father Stu: Movie Review

Mark Wahlberg has been trying to get the true story of Father Stu to theatres for years. His dream is now a reality as the story comes to life in cinemas.

Confidence in Cooking Could Improve Your Mental Health

Participation in a healthy cooking course has linked confidence in cooking with significant improvements in general and mental health.

3 Key Powers of 3D Printing

While 3D printing has been a fringe technology for decades, the numbers give some indication of how quickly it is moving towards the mainstream.

The Future of Flying Cars is Here

In years past, flying cars were the stuff of fantasy. But developments of the last decade are seeing them edge closer to reality, writes Michael McQueen.

Solitude for Beginners

Susan Browning was always busy – until the day she started watching clouds go by – and felt a tiny bit restored. It started a new habit.

‘Downton Abbey’ Sequel Suffers Relevance Issue: Movie Review

The Crawley family come from generations of wealth, tradition, and a certain confidence, which may or may not resonate with today’s audience.

“What’s for Dinner Tonight?” Overload – With a Side of Decision Fatigue!

Decision fatigue is a state of mental overload from having too many options, too many choices to make. It’s why choosing what’s for dinner can be so hard.

Taking the Steps

Has God ever asked you to take a step of faith? A huge step but He’s only shown you the first step to take. That step and nothing else?

A Moment of Silence for the Iconic and Now Discontinued iPod

It’s time to move on! Made redundant with the introduction of the iPhone, Apple bids adieu to the iconic iPod after 21 years.

Father Stu: Movie Review

Mark Wahlberg has been trying to get the true story of Father Stu to theatres for years. His dream is now a reality as the story comes to life in cinemas.

Confidence in Cooking Could Improve Your Mental Health

Participation in a healthy cooking course has linked confidence in cooking with significant improvements in general and mental health.

3 Key Powers of 3D Printing

While 3D printing has been a fringe technology for decades, the numbers give some indication of how quickly it is moving towards the mainstream.

Music Over Fame – Hanson on Their Musical Longevity, and a New Album

With plans for an Australian tour later this year, Jess Drummond spoke to Taylor Hanson about the new album Red Green Blue and their 30-year career.

CHINA: Sponsoring Future Leaders to Study God’s Word

Voice of the Martyrs proudly funds the expenses for Bible students in persecuted nations.

PAKISTAN: Christian Woman Awaits Blasphemy Trial

A Christian woman charged with blasphemy nine months ago is still in prison in Pakistan.

IRAN: Sentences for Detained Christians

An Iranian-Armenian Christian leader has been sentenced to ten years in prison for promoting “propaganda contrary to and disturbing to the holy religion of Islam” through the house church he operated in his home.

WEST AFRICA: Young Woman Threatened, Beaten for Christ

Eliza, 19, placed her faith in Christ in 2018. When she became a Christian, she discarded items that she had received from a witch doctor, including a healing stone she’d been given when she was sick.

CHINA: Authorities Force Cancellation of Wedding of Early Rain Church Members

Zhang Qiang and Xiao Yue were no different than the thousands of other couples preparing for a wedding last Saturday, 21 May, in China, except for one thing: They are members of Early Rain Covenant Church in Chengdu.

IRAN: Christian Worker Begins Two-Year Prison Sentence

Sister F is a long-time Christian leader in Iran. Last year, one of her discipleship groups was raided by the police, and Sister F was beaten, tortured and placed in solitary confinement.

LAOS: Relatives Withdraw Support for Christian Grandmother

Since the death of one of her daughters, grandmother Gate has lived with her 15-year-old granddaughter, Noi, while another of Gate’s daughters and her husband have supported them with food and necessities.

SUDAN: Christian Couple Face Flogging for “Adultery” After Conversion to Christianity

A young Christian couple in Sudan who have two children together are facing 100 lashes on charges of “adultery” after a sharia (Islamic law) court nullified their marriage following the husband’s conversion to Christianity.

NIGERIA: Female Student Murdered, Body Burned by Classmates

Deborah Emmanuel Yakubu, a 25-year-old Christian student at the Shehu Shagari College of Education in Nigeria’s Sokoto State, was fatally stoned to death and her body burned on 12 May.

WEST AFRICA: Christian Teenager Cursed by Father

On 17 February, a team of HVK (Aid to the Oppressed Church) field workers were ambushed by 20 armed rebels.

Solitude for Beginners

Susan Browning was always busy – until the day she started watching clouds go by – and felt a tiny bit restored. It started a new habit.

‘Downton Abbey’ Sequel Suffers Relevance Issue: Movie Review

The Crawley family come from generations of wealth, tradition, and a certain confidence, which may or may not resonate with today’s audience.

“What’s for Dinner Tonight?” Overload – With a Side of Decision Fatigue!

Decision fatigue is a state of mental overload from having too many options, too many choices to make. It’s why choosing what’s for dinner can be so hard.

Taking the Steps

Has God ever asked you to take a step of faith? A huge step but He’s only shown you the first step to take. That step and nothing else?

A Moment of Silence for the Iconic and Now Discontinued iPod

It’s time to move on! Made redundant with the introduction of the iPhone, Apple bids adieu to the iconic iPod after 21 years.

Father Stu: Movie Review

Mark Wahlberg has been trying to get the true story of Father Stu to theatres for years. His dream is now a reality as the story comes to life in cinemas.

Confidence in Cooking Could Improve Your Mental Health

Participation in a healthy cooking course has linked confidence in cooking with significant improvements in general and mental health.

3 Key Powers of 3D Printing

While 3D printing has been a fringe technology for decades, the numbers give some indication of how quickly it is moving towards the mainstream.

Music Over Fame – Hanson on Their Musical Longevity, and a New Album

With plans for an Australian tour later this year, Jess Drummond spoke to Taylor Hanson about the new album Red Green Blue and their 30-year career.

A Simple Secret That Makes Sharing Jesus Easy – Bella’s Story

For Bella, stepping out to share her faith at work was a challenge… until she discovered a simple secret that made all the difference.

‘Downton Abbey’ Sequel Suffers Relevance Issue: Movie Review

The Crawley family come from generations of wealth, tradition, and a certain confidence, which may or may not resonate with today’s audience.

“What’s for Dinner Tonight?” Overload – With a Side of Decision Fatigue!

Decision fatigue is a state of mental overload from having too many options, too many choices to make. It’s why choosing what’s for dinner can be so hard.

Taking the Steps

Has God ever asked you to take a step of faith? A huge step but He’s only shown you the first step to take. That step and nothing else?

A Moment of Silence for the Iconic and Now Discontinued iPod

It’s time to move on! Made redundant with the introduction of the iPhone, Apple bids adieu to the iconic iPod after 21 years.

Father Stu: Movie Review

Mark Wahlberg has been trying to get the true story of Father Stu to theatres for years. His dream is now a reality as the story comes to life in cinemas.

Confidence in Cooking Could Improve Your Mental Health

Participation in a healthy cooking course has linked confidence in cooking with significant improvements in general and mental health.

3 Key Powers of 3D Printing

While 3D printing has been a fringe technology for decades, the numbers give some indication of how quickly it is moving towards the mainstream.

Music Over Fame – Hanson on Their Musical Longevity, and a New Album

With plans for an Australian tour later this year, Jess Drummond spoke to Taylor Hanson about the new album Red Green Blue and their 30-year career.

A Simple Secret That Makes Sharing Jesus Easy – Bella’s Story

For Bella, stepping out to share her faith at work was a challenge… until she discovered a simple secret that made all the difference.

Where To Snag A ‘Democracy Sausage’ This Saturday

The iconic sausage sizzle has been part of Australia’s election days for years, but the term ‘democracy sausage’ became part of the vernacular around 2012.

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