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How Can We Stay Civil in the Age of Outrage? Here are Three Ideas

By: Sheridan Voysey In 2016 I found myself in the United States at the time of the Presidential election. Heading to Nashville airport one morning, my taxi driver told me he was thinking of voting for Donald Trump and asked me what I thought. An hour of lively but friendly debate followed.  (more…)

Tis’ the Season He’s the Reason

By: Sabrina Peters I love the festive season! The lights, the decorations, the tree, the family gatherings and endless supply of Christmas day leftovers. But why do we celebrate? (more…)

Australia’s Hunger Problem

By: McCrindle Earlier this year, Australia’s largest food relief organisation, Foodbank, commissioned McCrindle to conduct research into the hidden problem of food insecurity in Australia. The Foodbank Hunger Report 2018 reveals that an alarming 4 million Australians have experienced food insecurity in the past 12 months. (more…)

How To Keep Kids Motivated To Play Sport

By: Dr Justin Coulson In some circles, junior sport has become a hotbed of competition and comparison. The push to “do your best” starts early. Kids want to win and they put pressure on themselves to beat their competitors. But often there is downward pressure from parents and even coaches (who, let’s face it, are often just enthusiastic parents themselves). (more…)

New Life Movie Review

By: Rebecca Moore “…it’s all the moments, good and bad that make up a life, and the most important thing to do with life, is to live it.” (more…)

Who Was Jesus?

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez Whatever you may think about Jesus, you can’t deny his incredibly positive effect on both the history of the world, and on the lives of countless people. (more…)

The Beauty and Burden of Brokenness

By: Jennie Scott Each morning, the screens in my life shout and show turmoil. World leaders making threats and calling each other names. (more…)

Why I Let My Kids go to Schoolies

By: Susan Sohn Schoolies is an interesting topic and one that seems to evoke a lot of emotion within parents. To send or not to send, to allow or not seems to be the question for most parents. (more…)

Tips on Keeping Romance Alive From Lead Actress in ‘New Life’ Movie

By: Ange King Christmas is coming! It’s a warm-and-fuzzy time of year, when everyone is feeling more generous and more loving…relationships are so much easier this time of year… right? (more…)

Genetics, God and the Future of Humanity

By: Anne Rinaudo Dr Denis Alexander from Cambridge University, is a neuroscientist who believes passionately in both the biblical doctrine of creation and the coherence of evolutionary theory. He was recently in Australia to deliver the 2018 New College Lectures, "Genetics: God and the Future of Humanity". This year marks the 25th year of the New College Lectures. (more…)