Apple ‘n’ Spice Smoothie

This lovely creamy smoothie tastes just like an apple pie, it’s such a refreshing smoothie and a great way to start the day.

“The Great Resignation”: Why People Are Quitting Their Jobs

Throughout the world, the pandemic has inspired employees to look for more fulfilling work. Here’s how one industry leader says you can find it.

Don’t Be Half-Baked!

In ancient times, flatbreads were baked by placing them in the fire. First on one side, and then the “cake” was turned to cook the other side.

Australians Ready to Take Advantage of Black Friday

The speed at which Black Friday and Cyber Monday have gained traction in Australia has been remarkable. even rivalling Boxing Day.

The Six Biggest Money Challenges Faced by Women

Financial planner, Helen Baker, explains the 6 most prominent money challenges that are (mostly) unique to women, and some tips to get ahead.

Connection with Your Kids

If connection is so important, but also so transient, how might we best create connections and maintain connections?

“A Silent Killer” – Families Urged to Get Kids Back to Swimming Lessons

Summer is almost here, and swim teachers are urging parents to find the goggles and caps, and re-enrol their children in swimming lessons.

Moroccan Carrot Salad

This quick and easy carrot salad pairs with so many dishes, it’s a great side dish for a BBQ but also presents well served for a more formal meal.

The Healing Power of Touch

One of the themes of the gospel of Mark is that Jesus touches the untouchable. Where others turn away, Jesus will draw near to you.

Religion and Politics: Is a Relationship Between the Two All Bad?

Greg Sheridan AO is an Australian journalist who has been immersed in the world of power, politics and faith for over 40 years.

“The Great Resignation”: Why People Are Quitting Their Jobs

Throughout the world, the pandemic has inspired employees to look for more fulfilling work. Here’s how one industry leader says you can find it.

Don’t Be Half-Baked!

In ancient times, flatbreads were baked by placing them in the fire. First on one side, and then the “cake” was turned to cook the other side.

Australians Ready to Take Advantage of Black Friday

The speed at which Black Friday and Cyber Monday have gained traction in Australia has been remarkable. even rivalling Boxing Day.

The Six Biggest Money Challenges Faced by Women

Financial planner, Helen Baker, explains the 6 most prominent money challenges that are (mostly) unique to women, and some tips to get ahead.

Connection with Your Kids

If connection is so important, but also so transient, how might we best create connections and maintain connections?

“A Silent Killer” – Families Urged to Get Kids Back to Swimming Lessons

Summer is almost here, and swim teachers are urging parents to find the goggles and caps, and re-enrol their children in swimming lessons.

Moroccan Carrot Salad

This quick and easy carrot salad pairs with so many dishes, it’s a great side dish for a BBQ but also presents well served for a more formal meal.

The Healing Power of Touch

One of the themes of the gospel of Mark is that Jesus touches the untouchable. Where others turn away, Jesus will draw near to you.

Religion and Politics: Is a Relationship Between the Two All Bad?

Greg Sheridan AO is an Australian journalist who has been immersed in the world of power, politics and faith for over 40 years.

Regional Growth: The Rise of Lifestyle Locations

Since the beginning of the pandemic, regional growth has been amplified, with people seeking lifestyle areas to live outside of metropolitan areas.

NIGERIA: Terror over the Hills

While weeding the family vegetable farm on the hillside with her children, Ada stood a moment in the morning sun, watching their work. “Julius, too rough.

A miracle in Siberia

Among the Christian women in the work camp was a sister named Lidia, who worked very hard to cut the required number of trees.

Christmas Care 2021

Each year, our Christmas Care project ensures many children in restricted nations receive a gift at Christmas.

LEBANON: Islamists Threaten Christian Family Due to Church Attendance

Brother Amir was travelling with his wife and a friend when he received a phone call from a member of an Islamist group.

AFGHANISTAN: Taliban’s Oppressive Islamic Governance Creating ‘Ripe Soil for Church to Grow’

As the new Taliban government tightens its grip on Afghanistan, people there plainly see the darkness of Islam and they’re running toward the light of the Gospel.

KAZAKHSTAN: Religious Worshippers Monitored and Fined

Since the beginning of 2021, there have been at least 20 court cases against places of worship for holding religious meetings without state permission.

PAKISTAN: Clerics Oppose Law Aimed at Criminalising Forced Conversions

Muslim clerics in Pakistan are opposing a proposed law aimed at stopping the forced conversion of minorities.

INDIA: Radicals Threaten to Attack Churches

After holding a rally, radicals in Gujarat state issued a statement to district authorities telling them that if they did not stop church activities in the region,

ERITREA: Fifteen Christians Re-arrested

The Eritrean authorities recently arrested 15 Christians in raids on their houses in the capital Asmara.

10 September – Afghanistan Update

As VOM’s support project for our brothers and sisters in Afghanistan continues, we are pleased to bring you another update.

Don’t Be Half-Baked!

In ancient times, flatbreads were baked by placing them in the fire. First on one side, and then the “cake” was turned to cook the other side.

Australians Ready to Take Advantage of Black Friday

The speed at which Black Friday and Cyber Monday have gained traction in Australia has been remarkable. even rivalling Boxing Day.

The Six Biggest Money Challenges Faced by Women

Financial planner, Helen Baker, explains the 6 most prominent money challenges that are (mostly) unique to women, and some tips to get ahead.

Connection with Your Kids

If connection is so important, but also so transient, how might we best create connections and maintain connections?

“A Silent Killer” – Families Urged to Get Kids Back to Swimming Lessons

Summer is almost here, and swim teachers are urging parents to find the goggles and caps, and re-enrol their children in swimming lessons.

Moroccan Carrot Salad

This quick and easy carrot salad pairs with so many dishes, it’s a great side dish for a BBQ but also presents well served for a more formal meal.

The Healing Power of Touch

One of the themes of the gospel of Mark is that Jesus touches the untouchable. Where others turn away, Jesus will draw near to you.

Religion and Politics: Is a Relationship Between the Two All Bad?

Greg Sheridan AO is an Australian journalist who has been immersed in the world of power, politics and faith for over 40 years.

Regional Growth: The Rise of Lifestyle Locations

Since the beginning of the pandemic, regional growth has been amplified, with people seeking lifestyle areas to live outside of metropolitan areas.

“Take Back Your Family” From the Western World’s Broken Model, Says Author Jefferson Bethke

Jefferson Bethke found himself revaluating the entire modern Western model of the family unit in light of pandemic living.

Australians Ready to Take Advantage of Black Friday

The speed at which Black Friday and Cyber Monday have gained traction in Australia has been remarkable. even rivalling Boxing Day.

The Six Biggest Money Challenges Faced by Women

Financial planner, Helen Baker, explains the 6 most prominent money challenges that are (mostly) unique to women, and some tips to get ahead.

Connection with Your Kids

If connection is so important, but also so transient, how might we best create connections and maintain connections?

“A Silent Killer” – Families Urged to Get Kids Back to Swimming Lessons

Summer is almost here, and swim teachers are urging parents to find the goggles and caps, and re-enrol their children in swimming lessons.

Moroccan Carrot Salad

This quick and easy carrot salad pairs with so many dishes, it’s a great side dish for a BBQ but also presents well served for a more formal meal.

The Healing Power of Touch

One of the themes of the gospel of Mark is that Jesus touches the untouchable. Where others turn away, Jesus will draw near to you.

Religion and Politics: Is a Relationship Between the Two All Bad?

Greg Sheridan AO is an Australian journalist who has been immersed in the world of power, politics and faith for over 40 years.

Regional Growth: The Rise of Lifestyle Locations

Since the beginning of the pandemic, regional growth has been amplified, with people seeking lifestyle areas to live outside of metropolitan areas.

“Take Back Your Family” From the Western World’s Broken Model, Says Author Jefferson Bethke

Jefferson Bethke found himself revaluating the entire modern Western model of the family unit in light of pandemic living.

“You Must Squeegee the Shower” – and Other Useless Rules

In my house we have this rule: Last Person to Shower Must Squeegee the Shower. It sounds like a great rule, but it’s had the opposite effect.

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