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How Paul Kelly Cooked Up A Christmas Classic

By: Justin Rouillon

Every Christmas Australians hit peak irony: belting out songs about snow and ice, while dressed in their ‘good thongs’ at the local carols.
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The Changing Face of Schoolies

By: Justin Rouillon

“The schoolies culture has changed quite significantly and it’s a lot easier to manage than ten years ago.”
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U2 – The Greatest Christian Band That Never Was

By: Justin Rouillon

As Irish supergroup U2 kick off the Australian leg of their Joshua Tree Tour we ask – are they the greatest Christian band that never was?
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God uses Operation Christmas Child to Launch Mongolian Churches

By: Timothy Charles

Your shoebox gift can have an incredible impact on a community overseas.
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Alex Kendrick – From Little Things Big Things Grow

By: Justin Rouillon

“Even as a child I was enamoured with how stories were told on the big screen.”
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Jack’s Butterflies. Freeing Families From The Cocoon Of Disease

By: Timothy Charles

You may never look at a butterfly in the same way after hearing Jack’s story. Jack Gates, the fourth of six children, was born with Ohtahara Syndrome in 2011 Read more

Pastor’s Death Penalty Vow to Bali Nine

By: Timothy Charles

A pastor’s vow to a prisoner facing execution to speak out against the death penalty is dramatised in the short film ‘Execution Island’. Read more

Son Honours Father for Australian Anniversary of Billy Graham Crusade

By: Warren Nunn

Six decades after the first Billy Graham crusade drew enormous crowds, his son Franklin is coming back to Australia to mark the special anniversary. Read more

“Green Book” Will Make You Want to Be a Better Person

Above: Tony Lip and Dr Don Shirley in Green Book. Source: greenbookmovie.com

By: Rachel Murphy

Why is it that the most unlikely friendships are always the most moving? I think it’s the acceptance and the growth you see in the people. Green Book is based on the true story of a most unlikely friendship. Read more