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

“We Need More”: Schools Make a Desperate Plea for Chaplains

By: Michael Crooks

A drive is underway to recruit more chaplains for where they are most needed in Australia. Read more

Great Verses From the Book of Peter

By: Sabrina Peters

The book of Peter is a treasure chest of Biblical gold, overflowing with direction, correction and revelation. I’ve collated a few of my favourite verses. Read more

The Faith of Abraham

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

In the Bible, Abraham is a foundational figure, and he is particularly renowned for his great faith. That’s why the apostle Paul says of Abraham that: he is the father of all who believe (Rom. 4:11) Read more

A Divine Genius – Erwin McManus Wants to Reclaim the Humanity of Jesus

By: Laura Bennett

When we think of genius, we tend to think of exceptional humans gifted in the arenas of science, mathematics and the arts. Read more

When God Says No

By: Sabrina Peters

Have you ever wanted something so badly or prayed for something for a really long time and it just felt like God said, no. I know I have! Probably more times than I can count. Read more

Are You Living on Autopilot?

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

In 2019, aviation authorities around the world grounded all Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. Apparently a new automated flight control system was malfunctioning, and had sent two planes into repeated nosedives. The pilots tried valiantly to regain manual control of the aircraft, but were unable to do so. 346 people lost their lives in these airline disasters. Read more

Change from the Inside Out

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

Jesus taught us that we need His help to change from the inside out. The Good News is that Jesus can and does change people for the better! Read more

Are You Living The Anaesthetised Life?

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

What is the anaesthetised life? I’m sure that many of us have been administered anaesthesia at some point in our lives. Recently I had a mole removed, and the doctor injected the excision site with a “local” anaesthetic. I didn’t feel anything other some gentle stretching and scratching. Read more

Am I the Only One Who Can’t Do the Rubik’s Cube?

By: Sam Chan

I finally taught myself how to do the Rubik’s Cube by learning the algorithms. But I keep forgetting the algorithms. So I still need my children to solve it for me. Read more