Are You Living The Anaesthetised Life?

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

What is the anaesthetised life? I’m sure that many of us have been administered anaesthesia at some point in our lives. Recently I had a mole removed, and the doctor injected the excision site with a “local” anaesthetic. I didn’t feel anything other some gentle stretching and scratching. Read more

The Gospel and the Salt

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

In the ancient world there were no refrigerators. That means that they had to find other means to try to preserve perishable food. Salt was one of the most important of those means. Read more

How Not To Fight Cancel Culture

By: Akos Balogh

Peter Boghossian was a professor of philosophy at Portland State University, where he taught for ten years. Read more

Drive-by Christianity

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

Some people practice drive-by Christianity. What do I mean by this? Read more

Living in Purpose

By: Sabrina Peters

When you hear the term ‘purpose’, what words come to mind? Success? Happiness? Meaning? Wealth? Marriage? Influence? Affluence? Talent? Relationships? As a Christian, I find my answer in God’s Word. Read more

Could You Be Serving God For All the Wrong Reasons?

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

Some people write about the dangers of “religion,” and religious people tend to complain about this, because religion is a good thing. Alternatively, some people talk about true and false religion. What is a proper perspective on religion? Read more

Religion Can Be Deadly

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

There are some people who are absolutely against religion. They’d probably agree if I said that religion could be deadly. they might even point to all the wars that religion has supposedly caused. Read more

How Far Is Too Far? | Christian Dating Advice

By: Sabrina Peters

“How far is too far?” That’s one of the most common questions I get asked by Christian teens and young adults alike. They want to know what they can touch, taste and caress (pre-marriage) before God gets mad or they end up feeling bad. Read more

Stand in the Gap this Christmas

By: Rosie Kendall

Christmas won’t be normal for many Australians this year, but for Ron and Mary, Christmas isn’t even on their minds.
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You Can’t Be a Perfect Christian and That’s OK

By: Laura Bennett

The Christian faith is a fickle thing. In believing in God and accepting Jesus as His son, our key life aim is to live as Jesus did: in perfect relationship with God, and with a divine love for humanity. But that’s impossible. You’ve probably already messed it up five times this morning and that’s OK because you can continually choose to correct it. Read more