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I Tried To Give A Homeless Man A Sandwich

Perhaps there is a lesson bigger than just being charitable or kind to those less fortunate when God prompts us to help others.

Navigating Uncertainty

When we learn to make the presence of God the bedrock of our certainty, then we will be able to navigate through whatever may come our way.

Having Faith in God Does Not Mean Leaving Your Brains at the Door

Intellect and faith are not mutually exclusive though they are often seen as kind of a see-saw, where having more of one means less of the other.

3 Reasons Bieber is Better at Sharing Jesus Than You

In previous interviews, Justin has talked openly about his faith in Jesus, his turning away from sin and his reliance on grace.

Why This Popular Secular Commentator Is Turning To The Bible

Dave Rubin says that Jordan Peterson convinced him that societies run better when they operate under a belief system that stems from biblical truths.

Christian’s Story — How My Work Became My Worship

As a clinical therapist at an inpatient psychiatric facility, Christian serves people facing suicidal ideation, extreme anxiety, or psychosis.

No Question or Doubt is Too Big For God, Says Pastor and TV Host Aaron McManus

The Mcmanus show is driven by Aaron’s own quest for transparency in his Christian faith and a desire to destigmatise imperfections.

How Can Jesus Really Be the Answer?

We live in a time of much fear, uncertainty and difficulty. Dr Sam Chan discusses the relevance of Jesus in our lives today.

3 Reasons Why Being Friends with Jesus Is the Adventure of a Lifetime

With Jesus, everything that you ever thought impossible suddenly opens up and becomes possible. Living with him is an adventure of infinite possibilities!

Who I Am in Christ: 10 Life-Changing Truths All Christians Must Know

Tired of doubting yourself or feeling like a failure? Check out these 10 “Who I Am in Christ” Bible verses for a new perspective!

Aussies’ Biggest Regrets Are That They Didn’t Do More with the Time They Had

As we settle into 2020 it’s a time of reflection not just of last year but of life. We asked Aussies what their top 3 regrets would be if they died tonight.

From FOMO to JOMO Now It’s VIDMO

Social anxieties are not just the domain of young people. Social challenges affect each lifestage and generation differently.

Remembering our Farmers this Christmas

This is about more than a scorched and dusty, dry land. What some are calling the worst drought in living memory seems to have more to it than just that.

Hey Christian: It’s Not OK To Say “OK Boomer”

Speaking as a X-Generation boy who all the other generations despise, let me say this: If you’re a Christian, it’s not OK to say “OK Boomer”.

Black Friday Gaining Recognition in Australia

Without Thanksgiving, or any public holidays, Black Friday is not as big an event in Australia as it is in the U.S – but it is gaining recognition.

Australia’s Income and Wealth Distribution

The average household annual income is $116,584 and the national average household net wealth has tipped the million-dollar mark for the first time.

Food Insecurity In Australia? More Than 1 in 5 Aussies Have Not Had Enough To Eat.

More than 1 in 5 Australians (21%) have experienced food insecurity in the last 12 months, meaning they ran out of food and were unable to buy more.

The future of events in the 2020’s

Events in Australia are big business. It ranks 8th amongst the top 50 countries for business events, a sector that accounts for AUD $1.48 trillion per year.

Emerging Generation’s Recommended Screen-Time – It’s Less Than You Think

It is hard to refute the statement that we are now living in the great screenage. Screen-based devices are now a regular part of our day to day lives.

Why You Should Worry Less About AI

For many of us, the very mention of Artificial Intelligence conjures up futuristic notions of SkyNet and cunning malevolent robots.

When Should Kids Start Dating?

How young is too young for a romantic relationship? Here’s how to broach the subject of dating and romantic love with your teens.

What Marriage is Really Like

Marriage is washing his dirty laundry, sharing a bathroom, a toilet, a bed. It’s seeing your wife’s body change when she’s pregnant and giving birth.

What to Do When You and Your Spouse Have Differing Beliefs

Which church do you attend? What school do you send your kids to? Here are five ways to navigate your different religious beliefs.

How King David Learnt About Forgiveness

The most important lessons we will ever learn in life are about forgiveness, and we only really learn them the hard way through suffering.

How to Know if He’s Boyfriend Material

Wondering if you should start dating? Here are 10 questions that will help you figure out if he’s just a crush or has real potential.

Are You Holding the Watering Can or the Machete?

When we’re infected with tall poppy syndrome, insecurity, fear or pain leads up to cut people down instead of watering them with grace.

God Can Only Heal What You Reveal

Even if it hurts, open your hand. Whatever that means for you. It’s time to let go of the pain and allow God to mend every part of your broken heart.

10 Don’ts of Christian Dating

Here are 10 raw and honest Christian dating tips compiled by the many failings of my own life and the wisdom of a collective group of voices.

How to Survive a Break Up

Time doesn’t heal all wounds, it’s what you do with that time. Here’s some practical advice that’ll help you survive this break up.

Beyond the Facebook Friend: How to Build Great Relationships

Many Australians have lots of Facebook friends but few genuine relationships. Here are four characteristics of a true friend.

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