You Can’t See Black In The Dark: New Music from Scott Darlow

Above: Scott Darlow’s cover art for You Can’t See Black in the Dark | Facebook

By: 98five

Scott Darlow made headlines around the country back in 2018 when his band The Droughtbreakers released Rain, a hit single written to raise money for the Buy-A-Bale scheme to help drought-stricken Aussie farmers. Read more

‘Military Wives’ a Gentle Tribute to Defence Families – And the Power of Music

By: Laura Bennett

When someone goes to war, there’s always someone left behind. Whether a wife, a friend, a sibling or comrade, the weight of sending loved ones off to the front lines is felt by many. Read more

The Culturally Defiant Moriah Smallbone – Wife of Joel and Frontwoman of All-Girl Band TRALA

By: Laura Bennett

With a career that began when her mum suggested she go on American Idol, before becoming a solo artist, and now the frontwoman for girl-gang TRALA, Moriah Smallbone’s musical journey has been one of sweeping change and cultural defiance. Read more

The Artist Spotlight with Chris Sebastian

By: Rhema 99.7

Above: Chris Sebastian | Facebook

We catch up with Chris Sebastian (current contestant on The Voice and contestant from the Voice Season 1) to talk about music, faith and the painful journey he and his wife went on after losing a child through miscarriage. Read more

Chris Sebastian’s Anxious Wait as Australia Votes for a Favourite on ‘The Voice’

By: Clare Bruce

It wasn’t long ago Chris Sebastian shared about the turmoil of losing a baby, how his faith got him through that season, the song he released as a gift to grieving parents, and celebrating the birth of newborn Ava. Read more

A Little Blue Alien Proves Friendship Can Melt the Hardest Heart, in ‘Jungle Beat’

By: Laura Bennett

Kids movies can so often go one of two ways: they’re either nauseously sanitised, or layered with subtle innuendo it’s hoped only adults will notice. Read more

Kelly Rowland Opens Up About Faith, Marriage, Justice, God’s Provision

By: Hope Media

In the midst of the USA’s COVID-19 shutdown, and the Black Lives Matter protests prompted by the death of George Floyd, pastor Erwin McManus of Mosaic Church had the opportunity to interview The Voice coach and former Destiny’s Child singer, Kelly Rowland. Read more

Liz Vice – Let Justice Roll

By: Rodney Olsen

Some years ago, I discovered an album that quickly became a favourite of mine. I then started raving about my discovery to friends who began buying their own copies. Read more

A Groundbreaking Indigenous Approach to Policing is Making a Difference

Above: Warakurna elder Daisy Ward has a strong relationship with police officers Revis Ryder and Wendy Kelly.

By: Laura Bennett

Policing in remote indigenous communities has a troubled history—but one police station is doing things differently. Read more

Interview with Dami Im: How Can We Sing When It Hurts?

Above: Dami Im | Source: Facebook

By: City Bible Forum

The music industry offers acclaim, glitter, sequins and applause. Yet it may not allow expression of challenging or difficult emotions or feelings. On this episode of the Bigger Questions podcast, our guest Dami Im  shares part of her story and some of the challenges of stardom and how she finds comfort, peace, and purpose. Read more