Afghanistan: Now the Most Dangerous Country for Christians

By: Michael Crooks

The retreat of US Forces and its allies from Afghanistan in 2021 has exposed the country’s Christians to renewed persecution and danger. Read more

Moving Beyond Resilience to Steadfastness in the Face of Life’s Most Difficult Storms

By: Annette Spurr

The term ‘resilience’ commonly refers to accepting a new reality caused by adversity, and to harness mental, emotional, and psychological resources to recover from sources of stress. Read more

Nuts and Bolts – The Anytime Snack!

By: Lorrene McClymont

Nuts and Bolts have always been a huge favourite in our family. They are a Christmas special, my Mum made them and passed her recipe onto me but you can make them any time of year. Read more

A Time to Listen

By: Christine McPherson

Along with many countries across this beautiful, God gifted world, we share a history of violence, greed and atrocities. Typically, humans have played the blame game and twisted truths with a warped new story to cover the shame. Read more

The Power of Kindness

By: McCrindle

Can you remember a time in your life when someone showed you an act of kindness? How about the last time you showed kindness to someone? Are you intentional about being kind, or do you wait for opportunities to present themselves? Read more

Mum Turns Her Kids’ Questions Into Award-Winning Education Series

By: Laura Bennett

Australia has one of the most unique and beautiful botanical environments in the world. We’re home to species you don’t find anywhere else, and we have a love-hate relationship with the fire that can both feed its renewal and be horribly destructive. Read more

How to Combat Conspiracy Theories

By: Sheridan Voysey

From QAnon to Flat Earth to Covid-19 ‘Plandemics’, conspiracy theories of all kinds are proliferating right now, dividing families and communities, and putting the health of many at risk. It’s imperative that we learn to detect and avoid them. In this video I outline in detail four ways how to do that. Read more

The Clearing

By: Neri Morris

Who doesn’t love a little creative writing? I haven’t written this way in a while so it came as a bit of a surprise when I sat down to process something that had resurfaced in my life and this is what flowed.  May its ambiguity and symbolism connect with your own story, those moments where something you thought was well and truly dead, resurfaces and you are paralysed by the loaded question of “one step forward or one step back?”


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The Most Influential People in the World

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

Think about the most influential men and women who have ever lived; those who have brought the most good into the world. I’m sure that a few names spring to mind. But perhaps they aren’t the most influential people in the world. Perhaps the most influential people in the world were their parents. Read more

Panna Cotta with Roasted Strawberries

By: Susan Joy

This dairy-free panna cotta is silky and smooth and so tasty topped with roasted balsamic strawberries. Read more