Do You Value the Right Kind of Praise?

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

It’s important to value the right kind of praise. When I was a little kid, I loved to entertain guests at our home by playing the violin, or performing in my own plays, or simply by telling stories. Read more

Keep Shining

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

Jesus told a story about ten young ladies who were waiting a wedding. Specifically, they were waiting for the bridegroom to come. It’s called the Parable of the Ten Virgins (Matthew 25:1–13). “Virgins” just means “young ladies.” In this story, they are the friends of the bride. Read more

What Happens If We Lose Religious Freedom? Here’s What Few People Realise

By: Akos Balogh

Religious freedom is under increasing pressure in Australia and much of the West. Read more

Your Offenses Have Been Swept Away

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

I am writing this for those who may feel that they have been forgotten by God, and who feel that their sins are too great for God to consider them. Your offenses have been swept away. Read more

A Refreshing Conversation Between an Atheist and Christian

By: Robert Martin

There is little doubt that the question of the reality of God is a question which polarises and divides. Why is there such passionate disagreement? Does what we believe even matter? Would it be better people simply stopped bringing it up? Read more

I Am With You To Deliver You

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

Do not be afraid of their faces, For I am with you to deliver you (Jeremiah 1:8, NKJV).

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Stop the Violence: A Church’s Bold Move to Stamp Out Abuse

By: Michael Crooks

It’s an alarming stat that shocked Australians: 55 women died at the hands of their intimate partner last year. It means that on average, at least one woman dies each week as the result of domestic violence. Read more

What is The Biggest Question People Ask About Faith and God?

By: Robert Martin

When we began asking big questions on the podcast and radio show Bigger Questions (formerly Logos Live) over 7 years ago, I must confess I wondered if we’d quickly run out of big questions. Would the show just wrap up after we’d explored some of the common objections to the Christian message? Read more

Work was Given to Adam and Eve Before “The Fall” – How the Mundane Can Be Meaningful

By: Laura Bennett

Roughly one third of our lives is spent working. For some it’s more as overtime creeps in, and with the commute, “work” balloons out to this all-encompassing part of our day. Read more

Stop Telling God Your Plan and Just Hand Him the Pen

By: Sabrina Peters

I used to give God advice on how to run my life (from time to time I probably still do). But I’ve learnt a blank page in God’s hand is far more powerful than a full notebook in mine. Read more