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

It’s Those Who Truly Seek That Find

By: Sheridan Voysey

In 2010, an 80-year-old antiques dealer named Forrest Fenn walked into the Rocky Mountains, dug a hole, and buried an ornate box full of his finest treasures. Read more

Pascal’s Poo Test Wager

By: Stephen McAlpine

Okay, that’s click bait right there. But finally, two years after I turned fifty, two years after receiving (and losing) my first poo test, I submitted to the Government’s demands for two samples, and dutifully mailed it off to their labs.

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‘The Birds’ and the Rising Cost of Living

By: Max Jeganathan

Wars, earthquakes, national security, elections. As ever, there’s plenty to fan the flames of anxiety. Read more