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Send Hope – Pack a Gift-Filled Shoebox for Operation Christmas Child

Packing a shoebox sends a message of hope, letting kids know that God loves them and has not forgotten them during this time of fear and uncertainty....

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TV Host Eddie Woo’s Top Study Tip for Year 12s

Eddie Woo has recently become a household name, with his maths teaching skills reaching TV screens across the nation on the new ABC TV show, Teenage Boss....

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Which Archetype of Leadership Represents You?

In schools and workplaces, the different approaches to teaching and authority tend to group themselves into four key categories....

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When You Don’t Understand God

Is it okay to not have God fully figured out and accept that you’ve reached the limits of your understanding?...

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Banana & Zucchini Bread

This tasty, healthy bread is made with fruit and vegetables. It has a crispy top and a lovely moist centre, the perfect snack!...

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4 Ways Political Disagreements Can Damage the Church

As our society becomes ever more polarised in political viewpoints, this attitude can seep into our churches with devastating effects....

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The ‘Prophetic’ Lyrics on Young & Free’s Latest Album

People are being enlightened to changes that potentially need to be made in the world on a global scale, but also a very individual scale....

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Who I Am in Christ: 10 Life-Changing Truths All Christians Must Know

Tired of doubting yourself or feeling like a failure? Check out these 10 “Who I Am in Christ” Bible verses for a new perspective!...

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Delta’s Latest Lyrics Suit Lockdown Perfectly

By: Laura Bennett As a mainstay on our TV screens and airwaves, Delta Goodrem’s accomplishments can be easily overlooked as we admire her glammed-up styles on The Voice, or see her gracing yet another magazine cover. With 16 ARIA Awards, a Silver Logie and four number one albums  – and…...

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The Global Population is Set to Peak in 2064

By: McCrindle The latest population modelling shows that the dire forecasts of global overpopulation and food shortages are unlikely to eventuate. Indeed, the challenge for many countries will not be managing population growth, but trying to attract migration to deal with population contraction. It is now expected that the global…...

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