407 results for author: Marion Creek


5 Things I’ve Learnt from a New Year Dawning

By: Susan Sohn Being in my late forties, one thing I’ve come to realise is that New Year’s resolutions just don’t work for me. I have failed every time that I have tried to put something in place whether it be getting into better shape, quitting sugar, spending less time working and more time savouring life. By January 10th I’ve fallen off of every well-intentioned wagon I’ve set myself on. (more…)

Curfews: Using Limits with Teens

By: Rachel Doherty Curfews can be a useful way for parents to influence the behaviour of their teens. Especially when they’re making poor choices or hitting the party scene. (more…)

The Explosive Lights and Heartfelt Stories of for KING & COUNTRY’s World Tour

By: Clare Bruce Aussie fans can look forward to an explosion of lights and energy, anthemic rock hits, and honest, soul-baring tunes, when for KING & COUNTRY perform their shows across the country - beginning January 28. (more…)

Mary Poppins Returns – A Lesson in the Power of Perspective

By: Laura Bennett Seeing Mary Poppins Returns hit cinemas brings out the bipolar child in all of us: we’re two parts excited and one part panicked that our childhood favourite is going to be ruined forever. (more…)

Beat The Heat – Cool Tips to Survive the Aussie Heat

By: Andrew Morris Australia’s hot summer continues with heatwave conditions impacting populations across the country. Make sure you and those around you stay safe by following these helpful tips. (more…)

How to Stop Feeling Like a Guilty Parent in the School Holidays

By: Rachel Doherty The parent guilt of letting teenagers and children spend the school holidays glued to a screen is real. But what’s wrong with letting our kids be a little lazy? (more…)

Gospel Singer Anthony Evans: Peace, Heartbreak and the Christina Aguilera Effect

By: Laura Bennett Raised in the church by renowned American preacher Dr. Tony Evans, and counting international speaker Priscilla Shirer among his siblings, Anthony Evans’ career as a gospel singer isn’t surprising. (more…)

3 Keys to a Stronger Family

By: Brett Ryan Family is where your heart is....... What do you think when you hear the word "family"? Family can envisage many different experiences and emotions. Some pleasant, but for some, it is the opposite. (more…)

Shabbat

By: Neri Morris The Sabbath. A day designated for rest and reflection. There is much discussion surrounding this commanded day of rest, is it meant to be Sunday or Saturday? Is it only so that we can attend church? etc. (more…)

Indigenous Bible Opens Door to Faith for Indigenous Australians

By: Anne Rinaudo Above: Rev Lois Nadjamerrek; Jonathan Harris and Hagar Nadjamerrek with the ‘Kunwinjku Shorter Bible’ Imagine if you had never read or heard the message of the Bible in your own language. That is the reality for Australia’s Indigenous community. Although more than half of Indigenous people are Christians, very few have read or heard the Bible in their ‘heart’ language. (more…)