God Wants to Be Your Friend

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

The Lord would speak to Moses face to face, as one speaks to a friend (Exodus 33:11, NIV).
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Five Tips for Difficult Conversations

By: Emily Bemmer 

We’ve all had times we know we ought to say something, but we don’t, because it feels anxiety provoking, or we don’t know where to start! Read more

Why ‘AI’ Ain’t so ‘I’

By: Pete Court

Artificial Intelligence is really beginning to push its way into our everyday lives. Read more

‘Till’ Tells an Important Story That is Timeless

By: Russ Matthews

Within any movement, some names and events define that portion of history. Read more

3 Mindset Shifts That Have Helped me Majorly in Business

By: Rachel Reva

Starting your own business is not for the faint of heart. Read more

Questions We’re Not Meant to Ask About Our Secular Culture

By: Akos Balogh

Our secular culture tells us that the secular (Atheistic) view of life is rational and scientific. Read more

Lifeline Celebrates 60 Years of Saving Lives

By: Steff Willis

Established by the late Reverend Sir Alan Walker, the former Superintendent of Wesley Mission, Lifeline exists to ensure no one faces their darkest moments alone. Read more

I Blamed God for Taking My Dad

By: Tim Chen 

“I didn’t grow up in a Christian household and we didn’t go to church. My dad’s side were quite religious, but my mum’s side were atheists. Read more

Carer Fatigue and Burnout: What Is and What To Do

By: Katelyn Tasker

Carers Australia defines carers as ‘people who provide unpaid care and support to family members and friends who have a disability, mental illness, chronic condition, terminal illness, an alcohol or other drug issue or who are frail aged’. Read more

‘Sharper’ A Clever Psychological Thriller

By: Reel Dialogue

In this new world of cinematic releases, audiences must stay aware of where some of the best productions are being accessed. Read more