Self-righteousness, condemnation and finger-pointing seem to have become the order of the day, and it’s all the more repugnant when cloaked in religiosity.
When it comes to our human need for affirmation and approval, the praise that comes from God is far better than the praise that comes from people.
If you’re going through a difficult time and everything is dark, hold onto the hope that Jesus has promised to return, don’t give up!
While there are obvious consequences for Christians, Churches, and other ministries, there is another consequence that few people realise.
This is for those who may feel that they have been forgotten by God, and who feel that their sins are too great for God to consider them.
A conversation that offers fascinating insights and perhaps a model for how to have civil and thoughtful conversations about God, gods and bigger questions.
The Lord says to you, “Do not be afraid of their faces, for I am with you to deliver you. You can face every face with confidence and strength.
Anglicare has launched a new youth program called Before It Starts aimed at preventing an all-too-common form of violence in Australia.
After exploring 200 big questions on the Bigger Questions podcast, host Robert Martin reflects on the biggest question of all.
Authors Shannon Vandewarker and Denise Daniels’ new book considers how Christians can enhance their everyday occupation through spiritual intention.