Life On Mission is About Three Simple Things

By: yesHEis

History has been filled with famous preachers and evangelists who have shared Jesus with millions of people around the world. Billy Graham held huge rallies with an ocean of people in attendance and thousands of people choosing Jesus. Read more

6 Ways Leaders Can Shape Culture in Hybrid Environments

By: McCrindle

Leaders are a catalyst for change, inspiration, productivity and output. In our recent report, when we looked at what creates a thriving culture, leadership was the key factor. Read more

John and Amy’s Kitchen Table – And What it Says About Worship

By: Stephen McAlpine

It was one of those serendipitous moments. There, advertised on the Facebook page of a friend from my old days at Fremantle Assemblies of God church in the mid 1980s, was the kitchen table and chair set we had been looking for. Read more

Clooney and Roberts Reunite in ‘Ticket to Paradise’

By: Russ Matthews

George Clooney and Julia Roberts have been among cinema’s biggest box office drawcards over the past few decades. Read more

The Making of the Western Mind Goes Back to the Cross, Says Author

By: Kristian Johnson

“To go almost on pilgrimages, to take the knee, to fill great civic centres, not just in the United States, but across the Western world. I would argue that there is nothing culturally given about this, it’s reflective of highly contingent trends that are so deep and ancient that ultimately, they go back 2000 years to that very primal image of a man tortured to death by an oppressive state apparatus. Jesus on the cross.” ~ Tom Holland

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Cyclists Pedal Across Australia in Ride for Compassion


Ride for Compassion, the largest fundraising coast-to-coast cycling event in Australia, sees cyclists and support crew take to the road to help raise money for vulnerable children living in poverty. Read more

5 Things I Noticed About the Queen’s Majestic But Jarring Funeral

By: Akos Balogh

Millions around the world tuned in to Queen Elizabeth’s funeral. The funeral was full of ceremony, majesty and Royal decorum. Read more

Why We Need to Get Serious About Having Fun

By: City Bible Forum

“What do you do for fun?” Simple question, right? Not too difficult to answer. Or so I thought. Read more

‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ and Other Kids’ Classics, Now in First Nations Languages

By: Georgia Free

The Indigenous Literacy Foundation’s aim is simple – for every child in remote Indigenous Communities to have access to books. This year alone, they have donated more than 120,000 books and counting to communities in need. Read more

Your False Self [Devotion]

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

One of the biggest struggles you will have in your own life will be against your false self. How can I be so confident in telling you this? Because it’s my biggest struggle too! Read more