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3 Keys to a Happy Marriage and 4 Rules for the Tough Times

By: Katrina Roe

Last year, psychologist, author and contributor Collett Smart celebrated her 25-year wedding anniversary. She shares what she knows about marriage now, that she didn’t know when she walked down the aisle. Read more

Rend Collective: “Joy is at the Heart of our Pursuit of Jesus”

By: Laura Bennett

Chris Llewellyn has probably done a lot of movie-watching this month; along with the rest of the Rend Collective troupe, the Northern Irish singer has recently made his first ever trip to Australia—those long-hall flights! Read more

Wuhan Pastor for Prayer Amid Coronavirus Crisis

By: Clare Bruce

A pastor in Wuhan, the city at the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak in China, has written a letter to the church at large asking for prayer, and urging his fellow believers in Wuhan to have courage in the face of their trial. Read more

A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood’ [Movie Review]

By: Laura Bennett

If you don’t know who Fred Rogers is, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is a really strange movie. Read more

Persecution Goes Digital: Christians Targeted with Technology

By: Clare Bruce

The Christian non-profit Open Doors is urging Australians to increase their prayer and support for the persecuted church, as believers are targeted with surveillance and biometric technology.
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Mum of 3 Children Killed by Car Smash, Speaks of Forgiveness and Hope

By: Clare Bruce

The mother of three children killed in a horrific road crash in Sydney on Saturday night says she forgives the driver involved, and “cannot hate him”—and has asked the community to pray for her family. Read more

He Came as a Refugee, Now His Sci-Fi Surgery Changes Lives

By: Clare Bruce

When a small group of amazing Australians gathered in Canberra for the naming of the “Australian of the Year”, one of those sitting in the audience, on the edge of his seat and holding his breath, was Professor Munjed Al Muderis.
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“The Baggage Handler” by First-Time Aussie Novelist Wins Prestigious US Book Award

By: Katrina Roe

A compelling novel about a mysterious airport baggage handler who reveals how people are being held back in life, has won prestigious US Christian writing award.
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The Struggle (to Live Sustainably) is Real, in ‘The Biggest Little Farm’

By: Laura Bennett

Reducing food waste, ‘sustainability’, and the elimination of single-use plastics are all noble practises that our world’s increasingly trying to adopt – but for these ideals to be embraced en masse, our lifestyles and systems of production have to change at a fundamental level.
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