Tag Archive for: Authors

Embrace the Thinking of Jesus for a ‘Mind Shift’, Says Erwin McManus

By: Laura Bennett

When you consider the parameters of your life and what you feel is possible, is the ceiling set by your circumstance, or your thinking? Read more

A Stroke at 27, Heart Attack at 29: Almost Dying Saved Author Ben McKelvey

By: Laura Bennett

Author, journalist and editor Ben McKelvey was 27 when he had stroke. Read more

Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life [Book Review]

By: John Anderson

Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life is Jordan Peterson’s follow-up to his best-selling 10 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos. Read more

Tim Keller’s Last Word on Forgiveness

By: Stephen McAlpine

Perhaps it’s fitting that Tim Keller’s last book was Forgive: How Should I and How Can I? Read more

Rev Tim Keller 1950-2023: “We Take Comfort in His Last Words”

By: Mike Crooks

The Reverend Timothy Keller, founding pastor of the Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, passed away at his home on May 19, aged 72 years. 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

“There’s Freedom in Having to Reinvent Yourself” – US Author Shauna Niequist’s New Book

By: Laura Bennett

Sometimes in life change is gradual, and at other times it comes all at once in profound measure. 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