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TV’s Jamie Malcolm and his Lifelong Connection to God

By: Laura Bennett

If you’ve ever bought something you’ve seen on the tellie, or watched Mornings with Kerri Anne in the early 2000s, it’s likely you’ve seen the ‘infomercial king’, Jamie Malcolm.

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Around the World on 50 Bucks: The Amazing Global, Spiritual Journey of Christopher Schacht

By: Laura Bennett

The plan of then-19-year-old German native Christopher Schacht sounds insane.

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‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ is Less Evil Than it Sounds and Looks

By: Laura Bennett

When a movie’s called ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ it doesn’t seem like one with sound moral values – but don’t let its dark visuals and fantastical themes fool you.

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‘Judy’ Garland Biopic a Reminder of the Tragic Price of Unchecked Fame [Movie Review]

By: Laura Bennett

The first time Judy Garland sang for an audience, she was two and a half years old. At 13 she signed a movie contract with MGM, and at 16 her fame was cemented as she starred as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.

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Malawi Sewing School Graduates Given a New Future

By: Laura Bennett

For lasting change to come to any vulnerable population, the local community needs to be equipped to build their own future, and have independent financial stability.
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Brad Pitt’s Philosophical Sci-Fi — A Review of ‘Ad Astra’

By: Laura Bennett

Space movies have been all the rage with the 50th anniversary of the moon landing this year. We’ve seen the Apollo 11 documentary. Armstrong is soon to be released, and First Man prepped us for the milestone a while ago.
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“Unplanned” Anti-Abortion Movie Confronting, but Surprisingly Balanced

By: Laura Bennett

As NSW has just decriminalised abortion, Unplanned is a timely release. The first thing to acknowledge ahead of this review, is that people’s beliefs about abortion are complex.

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Dami Im’s New Single is an Honest Cry From the Depths of Pain

By: Laura Bennett

With lyrics like, “My body is a graveyard that buries all my emotions”, you know Dami Im isn’t messing around with her new single Crying Underwater.
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“Ride Like a Girl” – A Gutsy and Feminine Aussie Flick with a Big Heart

By: Laura Bennett

Aussie flicks can sometimes get a bad rap. We have a reputation for going iconically cringe-worthy in movies like The Castle or Crocodile Dundee, or for favouring our dark side in ones like Wolf Creek and Animal Kingdom.
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Our Dads Colour Our Relationship With God—But There’s Healing For That, Says Louie Giglio

By: Laura Bennett

Talking to someone about their relationship with their father isn’t an easy conversation, and not one you have too often. It can be really personal, and bring up tough memories, particularly if it’s a challenging one.
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