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Maria’s Recipes: Eton Mess

This refreshing dessert remains a firm favourite, is a cinch to throw together and is surprisingly light and not overly sweet.

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Why Believe? In the End, Christianity Rises or Falls on These Two Things

Above: Photo by Sheridan Voysey By: Sheridan Voysey Some days I wonder why I am a Christian. In a secular age, it isn’t great for your career (as someone told me last week, “Admitting you’re a Christian in my circles is professional suicide”). In some countries, claiming the faith can literally sign your death sentence. And there are so many alternatives in the religious marketplace now. (more…)

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A Practical Guide to Creating a Wildlife-Friendly Garden

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By: Anne Rinaudo In her book, Habitat – A practical guide to creating a wildlife friendly Australian Garden AB Bishop shares a wealth of advice and information, including how to build places for all sorts of animals to congregate. There are even step by step guides to building an insect hotel and a bee apartment block. (more…)

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The One Thing Men Can’t Talk Openly About Yet. But What if We Did?

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By: Sheridan Voysey Last year I took part in a piece for BBC 1’s Breakfast programme. As the cameraman and I were driving to the filming location, he told me a story. (more…)

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Mercy Ships Celebrates 40 Years of Medical Mission [Video]

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By: Global News Alliance To mark World Maritime Day, Christian medical charity Mercy Ships is celebrating 40 years of ministry. (more…)

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Little Things That Make a Big Difference to the Mental Health of Young People

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By: Rachel Doherty Youth mental health is a big issue, but for parents, youth workers, families and friends, the little things you say and do can make the biggest difference. (more…)

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Maria’s Recipes: Paprika Con Carne

A delicious, economical mince meal, a cross between authentic Czechoslovakian goulash and Chile Con Carne!

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Mercy Trumps Judgment

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By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez It’s a regular dilemma for us: should we forgive or should we judge? But the Bible incredibly tells us that mercy always trumps judgment: (more…)

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My Son Won’t Talk About His Day

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By: Dr Justin Coulson "Hi Dr Justin My son won’t talk when he comes home from school. I ask him how his day was and he just says, “Fine.” I ask him what he did and he says “Nothing”. I ask him who he spent time with and he shrugs or mentions a friend or two. That’s it. Why won’t he talk? Is he being bullied? How can I get him to open up? He’s 9 years old." (more…)

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Creating Healthy Workplaces for Employees to Thrive

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By: McCrindle Workplace well-being can often be a sensitive topic with almost three in four Australian workers (73%) experiencing a degree of workplace stress (extremely, very or somewhat stressed in their work). (more…)

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