Tag Archive for: author interviews

Real-Life ‘Hunger Games’: How Sean Turnell Survived 650 Days in a Myanmar Prison

By: Georgia Free

Imagine being locked in a dark prison cell, with no access to the outside world. No windows, no bed, minimal food. Soldiers interrogating you day and night. Read more

Your “Ordinary” Makes Life Meaningful, Says ‘Jesus And’ Author Robert Fergusson

By: Laura Bennett

If you’ve been exposed to the Christian worldview for any length of time, it’s likely you’ve heard people talk about how we “partner with God” in His masterplan for the world and how, despite our ordinariness and failures at times, we’re all qualified for the job of being a “friend of God” in that pursuit. Read more

Stressed? You Can Use it For Good, says Former Navy Officer Paul Taylor

By: Laura Bennett

When something’s hard, our culture tends to want to make it easier: tired of walking up stairs? Here’s an escalator. Don’t want to cook food? Here’s a takeaway or microwave-meal option. Read more

‘The Faith of Elvis’: Billy Stanley Recounts the Prayers of an Icon

By: Laura Bennett

In the recent Elvis movie the life one of the most successful superstars was explored with Baz Luhrman giving it the glitzy Hollywood treatment only he can. Read more

Former Prime Minister John Howard on the Queen, Australia and Sport

By: Graeme Burrill

Former Prime Minister John Howard has spoken in an interview about the release of his new book “A Sense of Balance”, discussing Australia’s politics, his time spent with the late Queen Elizabeth II, and his love of sport. Read more

Religion Stifles Faith in ABC Journalist Tom Tilley’s ‘Speaking in Tongues’ Memoir

By: Laura Bennett

Have you ever felt like religion or Christian tradition has got in the way of you having a sincere relationship with the God that those things are meant to draw you towards? Read more

Change Doesn’t Have to Be Quick to Be Worthwhile, Says Author Hannah Brencher

By: Laura Bennett

Transformation stories are always so appealing. Whether they’re about pre and post weight loss, an underdog who overcomes the odds to find success or a once bitter mogul whose heart is softened by hope, we love seeing people experience positive change and believing we can too. Read more