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Maria’s Recipes: Potato & Kale Pasties

Delicious savoury pasties filled with sweet potato and kale.

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Battling the Drought – How You Can Support Our Farmers

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By: Clare Bruce With Aussie farmers facing one of the worst droughts in our history, listeners have been asking how they can make a difference. (more…)

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Believe it for Yourself

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By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez Many people know about Christianity. Many people have grown up as Christians. But eventually, everyone has to come to the point where having others believe for you isn’t good enough. You have to believe it for yourself. (more…)

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For KING & COUNTRY’s Chart-Topping ‘Joy’: The Surprising Backstory Behind the Infectious Song

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By: Clare Bruce It’s huge, anthemic and infectious, and it’s got a music video that jumps from the screen like an explosion in a paint factory—thus is Joy, the latest single from Christian rock duo, for KING & COUNTRY. (more…)

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On Death Row for 28 Years. Here’s How Anthony Ray Hinton Stayed Joyful

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By: Sheridan Voysey In 1985 Anthony Ray Hinton was charged with the murders of two restaurant managers in Birmingham, Alabama. A jury found him guilty, a judge sentenced him to death. But he was innocent. (more…)

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Maria’s Recipes: Quick Asian Egg Drop Soup

If you like Asian soups you can turn this into a quick hearty meal by adding sweetcorn and shredded chicken or tofu, even ramen noodles. The secret of getting delicate ribbons of egg laced through any soup is cornflour.

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How I Dealt with the Flicker of an Old Flame

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By: Tricia Goyer I worked at my desk, noting in the windowsill, a family photograph that warmed my heart. The "you’ve-got-mail" chime sounded, and I glanced at my email. Scanning the name, my heartbeat quickened. Steven. My first boyfriend. My first kiss. My first everything. I opened the email: (more…)

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Hope for Those With Little Faith

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By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez Let me confess something about myself. I’m not some kind of model Christian. By nature I’m a pessimist and a worrier. Often, little things cause me stress. (more…)

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The Silent Epidemic That’s Killing Us

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By: Akos Balogh A silent epidemic is sweeping across western societies. (more…)

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10 Ways to Know You’re Addicted to Social Media

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By: Sabrina Peters My name is Sabrina and I’m an addict. Not a day goes by that I don’t need a ‘hit’. It’s the first thing I do in the morning and the last thing I do at night. It’s not even intentional. It’s a habit, an urge, a subconscious obsession. I’m embarrassed to admit it but I’m a social media junkie! (more…)

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