Tag Archive for: faith

Russell Brand, Gaza Protests & Super AI: The Search for Transcendence

By: Akos Balogh

Whether secular or religious, every human being is wired for worship. Read more

Alan Ritchson & Hilary Swank Tug at the Heart in ‘Ordinary Angels’

By: Laura Bennett

Alan Ritchson might be recognised as the t-shirt-popping hero in Reacher, but in Ordinary Angels he and Academy Award winner Hilary Swank team up to deliver a punch of a different kind. Read more

People are Deconstructing their Faith. Here’s How to Respond

By: Tania Harris

In the church of late, deconstruction seems to be the latest trend. Young people in particular, are asking questions about issues like the Bible’s reliability, belief in Heaven and hell, violence in the Old Testament and Christian teachings on sexuality.  Read more

Friendship, Forgiveness and Faith in ‘The Miracle Club’ – Movie Review

By: Russ Matthews

Sometimes the drama behind the making of a film can be as compelling as the storyline it is hoping to convey. Read more

‘The Hiding Place’ Brings a Timeless Message of Faith [Movie Review]

By: Russ Matthews

Corrie Ten Boom may not be a name to recent generations, but her story transcends history. Read more

6 Reasons Why Giving is an Essential Part of a Healthy Christian Faith

By: Ben Allsop

I’m convinced that generosity is a clear distinctive of a healthy Christian life, and in the time I’ve been working in fundraising I’ve come to see six really good reasons why giving is so important to a healthy faith. Especially when times are difficult. Read more

3 Truths to Navigate in a Season of Uncertainty

By: Sonja Chua

In 2019, I spent seven months in Israel for my research attachment as a graduate student. Read more

Developing Deep, Resilient Faith in Our Kids

By: Annette Spurr

How do you measure success as a parent? Is it when your adult child lands their dream job, gets married, or just turns out to be a nice person? Read more

The Case for Mercy

By: Brian Harris

I have been working my way through the Beatitudes and surprised myself by pausing for longer than usual at the 5th: “Blessed are the merciful for they will be shown mercy” (Matt 5:7). Why surprised? Read more