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5 Truths School Leavers Need to Be Told

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By: Michael McQueen With the next crop of school leavers about to flood into the 'real world', here are 5 truths they must be told (and may not have learned at school). (more…)

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An Untold Story of 9/11 & Why You Should Give Even on Your Worst Day

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By: Tania Harris | God Conversations It’s been 16 years since the terrorist attacks on the United States on the morning of September 11, 2001. This story – perhaps one you haven’t heard – reminds us that even on our worst days, generosity has the power to open up our world. (more…)

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A Conversation About Mental Health with Libby Trickett

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By: Duncan Robinson Libby Trickett has been at the very pinnacle of sports, having represented her country at three Olympic games. She has won multiple gold medals and is a five time world record holder. She is a married mum now, and at one of the most joyous times of life - she experienced significant depression. (more…)

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In a Fast Food World, Are We Losing the Art of Sacred Meals?

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By: Sheridan Voysey When was the last time you had a truly special meal where you left the table changed, uplifted, fulfilled? You came burdened but left lighter (at least emotionally). Your soul was filled, not just your stomach. (more…)

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When the Calling Isn’t

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By: Duncan Robinson “a strong desire to spend your life doing a certain kind of work” (more…)

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Salt – Is it Good or Bad?

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Salt has been used to flavour and preserve food for pretty much as long as humans have been on this earth. Before salt became readily available it was as valuable as gold and used as a form of currency. (more…)

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The Power of Forgiveness

Tim Sisarich from New Zealand was asked by “Focus on the Family” to travel the world, making a documentary on the state of the modern family. However, he didn’t count on it raising issues in his own life. Particularly in the area of forgiveness.  (more…)

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Motherhood: Liberating Yourself from the Common Myths

Motherhood in a world full of Pinterest and Facebook may leave you feeling…well, less than perfect. Karen Ehman and Ruth Schwenk will do some mummy myth-busting and help you embrace your identity as a mum. (more…)

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Faith, Mental Illness and Counselling

If someone you know has been acting a bit “off”, and you’re starting to get concerned, at what point do you recommend a counsellor or a psychiatrist? And how do you go about finding one? (more…)

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Walk This Way

Author: Rodney Olsen. We often hear of people being in the right place at the right time. When we talk about those ‘right place, right time’, moments we’re generally thinking of something good happening for someone just because they were where they needed to be to take advantage of a particular situation or opportunity. It’s as if circumstances came together to bring about something good. (more…)

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