paleo picnic

The Healthy Paleo Picnic

By: Susan Joy | The JOYful Table

It’s spring here in the southern hemisphere and the perfect time for a picnic. I’m very fortune where I live in Western Australia, there are only a few months of the year that we can’t picnic. Having a picnic with family and friends is the perfect setting for a catch up, laughter, fun with a game of cricket, a bush or beach walk and sharing delicious food. Read more

Learning to Be Honest with God

Do you make a practice of being honest with God?  Read more

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All-Star Voices Cast in New Christmas Movie

By: Movies Change People

New faith-based movie, ‘The Star’ casts many recognisable voices in the ‘Greatest Story Never Told’. Read more

angry teachers

A Teacher's Survival Guide to Dealing with Parents

By: Michael McQueen

Once upon a time, it was a student who got nervous in the lead-up to parent-teacher interviews. Nowadays, the person often getting most anxious is the teacher! Read more

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Freedom of Religion Affects More of Us than You Think

By: Steve McAlpine | Freedom for Faith

Last year’s census in Australia (remember all the hoo-hah?) contained for the first time the option of ticking “no religion”. And plenty of us did. The statistics show that one third of the nation ticked that particular box. The number will surely rise at the next census. Read more

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Finding Joy in the 'Now'

By: Duncan Robinson

I’ve felt recently like I’m stuck in a rut. The routine of life, the regularity of it all.

I’m peeking around corners and looking for a surprise, wondering when the next mystery is going to come. I’m waiting for the next big thing and feverishly looking for a way to make it happen. Read more

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Uncovering Your Mum Personality

By: Focus On The Family

You are the exact mum that your child needs! 

In this two part podcast, South African mother of three, Hettie Brittz, describes the four main “tree” personality types of mums. Read more


Are You Running to False Places of Safety?

By: Sheridan Voysey

Well, our new puppy Rupert Reginald McScruffy is proving popular with the public. People stop me in the street to pat him. Facebook friends love his videos. At this rate he’ll be finding himself an agent, getting promo shots done, and forgetting to return my calls.  Read more

Predictable Individualism?

By: Freedom for Faith

Michael Moore, the US film director neatly puts the argument that gay marriage does not concern anyone but the couple involved:

“If you are against gay marriage, don’t get gay married. You won’t like it. It’s not for you. But live and let live.”

It’s a position we are hearing a lot regarding the postal survey – ‘This is just about whether two individuals should be allowed to marry.’ Read more

petrol cars

Why Your next Petrol Car Will Likely Be Your Last

By: Michael McQueen

Amidst all the recent talk about driverless cars, it’s easy to have missed the fact that less dramatic but equally disruptive changes are afoot in the transportation and mobility sector. Read more