a quiet place

Silent, Scary, Deep: ‘A Quiet Place’ Movie Review

By: Laura Bennett

When the new movie ‘A Quiet Place’ first came across my radar, it was billed as a horror – but “one I should definitely see because John Krasinski (The Office) directed it.” Read more

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Finding Hope in the Midst of Raising Troubled Kids

By: Focus On The Family

Tom and Dena Yohe were caring, loving parents to their strong-willed daughter, Renee. It wasn’t until she was in her late teens that they discovered the deep hurts that troubled her inside.  Read more


Take a Moment Monday: Find Your Why

By: Elaine Fraser

You know how every once in a while you do something and the little voice inside says, ‘There. That’s it. That’s why you’re here.’ … and you get a warm glow in your heart because you know it’s true?

Do more of that.

Jacob Nordby Read more

Australia’s Foreign Aid at its Lowest Ever: “This is About the Soul of Our Nation”

By: Anne Rinaudo

The United Nations recently declared that the world currently faces humanitarian crisis at a scale not seen since the end of World War II. More than 20 million people are facing starvation and famine, most notably Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen. Read more


Get Out of God’s Way

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

One of the characters that I love in the New Testament is the Apostle Peter, probably because I’m so much like him in so many ways. But I think there’s enough of Peter in all of us to be able to recognize ourselves in him. Read more


Overcoming the 4 Forces that Destroy Relationships

By: Sheridan Voysey

According to the experts, strong relationships are one of the four factors that build human resilience. We withstand the traumas of life better when we have good marriages, friendships, work relationships and community connections. The problem is, while we need relationship to be strong, powerful forces drive us apart. Read more

Pineapple Coconut Cake with Lemon Icing

Pineapple Coconut Cake with Lemon Icing

By: Susan Joy

A deliciously moist cake that’s so versatile. It can be made into a no fuss slab cake drizzled with lemon icing, or into a double layered Birthday Cake or cupcakes. Read more


The Struggle to Find Purpose After Life in Australia’s Defence Force

By: Clare Bruce

When Andy Jones* left the Air Force, he’d served for 27 years. Having joined the RAAF as a teenager, it was all he’d ever known. Read more


How To Talk To Your Children About Death

By: Dr Justin Coulson | Happy Families

Our family recently experienced the death of three close family members or friends of the family. We would like to know what to say to our children. They all seem to be responding differently, but none of them are dealing with it well. Our children are 11 (boy), 8 (boy), and 3 (girl). Read more


Starting Conversations That Can Change Culture

By: Focus On The Family

In his seminal work How Should We Then Live?, Francis Schaeffer brought the idea of worldview to bear on the church in the Western world. As he chronicled the rise and decline of Western thought and culture, one thing became clear to his readers; something must be done before the church as a whole is lost. Read more