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Why Christians Should Not Be Optimists

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By: Akos Balogh I’ve noticed people aren’t as optimistic about the future these days. In our post 9-11, post-GFC, post-Trump era, people are increasingly anxious. Optimism no longer abounds – at least not like it used to. (more…)

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Rich Chocolate Mousse

rich chocolate mousse
By: Susan Joy Delightfully rich and chocolatey and has my three favourite foods all in this one recipe, avocado, chocolate and dates. A quick and easy dessert for busy people. (more…)

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‘On the Basis Of Sex’ – Women’s Rights That Build Up Instead of Tearing Down

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By: Laura Bennett Stories of sexual discrimination need to be heard, but after all the heat lately around the topic, you’d be forgiven for being weary of the conversation. (more…)

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Author of “I Kissed Dating Goodbye”, Has Retracted His Book and Apologised

Joshua Harris, author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye
By: Clare Bruce If you were a teenager growing up in church circles in the late 90s – early 2000s, you probably heard of, or were influenced by, Joshua Harris. (more…)

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How to Deal With Hurt

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By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez I want to talk to you about pain; not the kind that you can deal with by taking a tablet. I’m not talking about physical pain. I want to talk to you about the pain of the heart. (more…)

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You Will Believe Fake News Just Because It Has A Picture

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By: Anne Rinaudo People are more likely to believe a true or false claim if it is paired with a photograph, a researcher from The Australian National University (ANU) has found. Dr Eryn Newman, from the ANU Research School of Psychology, has been finding out how people find truth in a fake-news era. (more…)

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Incentives to Move to Regional Australia

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By: McCrindle Small towns in Italy are offering incredible incentives including monetary bonuses and affordable housing to help struggling economies in towns with dwindling populations. (more…)

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True Romance on Valentine’s Day

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By: Dr Greg Smalley One of my most memorable, or should I say, most humiliating, Valentine’s Day experiences happened in 2014. The chain of events started with an innocent conversation I had with my wife, Erin. (more…)

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Chocolate Granola Recipe

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By: Susan Joy In this delicious chocolate granola you get the natural flavour and goodness of raw cacao powder, nuts, seeds and coconut oil; which you won't find in the chocolate flavoured cereal boxes in the supermarket. Serve with coconut yoghurt and berries, nut milk or layered in a breakfast or dessert parfait. (more…)

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Finding Hope in Anxiety & Depression: Pop Star Michelle Williams’ Devotions

Michelle Williams devotional called Finding Hope
By: Clare Bruce Superstar singer and actor Michelle Williams, former member of Destiny’s Child, is not one to be shy about her faith in Jesus. (more…)

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