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Speak the Future into Today

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By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez How should we live our lives if we believe in the Good News of the Kingdom of God? That was the question on the minds of the thousands of people who gathered to hear Jesus teach on a mountainside two thousand years ago. (more…)

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Simplifying Life, Living More Fully

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By: Focus On The Family More is not always better, and stuff does not lead to happiness.  (more…)

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How a Mumpreneur Unlocked Her Autistic Son’s Gift for Art

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By: Clare Bruce It’s not very often you see a nine-year-old boy to go into business. But that’s what Jonathan Sunarho has done: in partnership with his entrepreneurial mum, Mary Sunarho. (more…)

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When Clean Water is Just a Dream

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By: Stephen O'Doherty Papua New Guinea ranks among the world’s most disadvantaged nations when it comes to access to clean water. (more…)

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Snapchats of Dead Bodies: The Loss of Sacred Things

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By: Jennie Scott "Did you see where kids were Snapchatting during the shooting?” my sister asked. “They showed the bodies on the ground.” No, I didn’t. Thank goodness. But I am not surprised. (more…)

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Having Fun in Your Marriage

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By: Focus On The Family Have you ever felt like you were in the “daily grind” of marriage? It's time to change that perspective, as we explore how to bring fun and laughter back into your relationship, and even enjoy your spouse when they drive you crazy! (more…)

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Hustle and Rest

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By: Susan Browning It’s like this perpetual reminder. You’d think I’d have learnt by now. But no, it’s a constant current in my life and, like a thorn in my side, doing just doesn’t stop. (more…)

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When Belief and Actions Collide

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By: Jennie Scott The words that stopped me cold weren’t shouted or even spoken angrily. They were gentle, coming through the speakers of my laptop. One sentence, spoken sweetly, as part of a longer podcast episode. One sentence that gave me chills: (more…)

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Why I Thank God For My Painful Mid-Life Crisis

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By: Akos Balogh It happened at the strangest times. Whether arriving home from coaching my son’s soccer team, or finishing a long-distance bike-ride with friends. Without any warning, I felt it: (more…)

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Faith & Tenacity – Eloise Wellings on Track for Gold Coast Games

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By: Clare Bruce When Eloise Wellings takes off from the starting line at the Games on the Gold Coast, she won’t just be propelled by her 20 years of experience and training. (more…)

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