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Food Can Prompt Us Toward Godly Wonder, Says Writer Erin Davis

By: Laura Bennett

At its most basic, our consumption of food is about nourishing our bodies and keeping them alive. Read more

‘The Chosen’ Season 3: Following Jesus Isn’t About Having an Easy Life

By: Laura Bennett

Since The Chosen debuted in 2017 it has quickly gained a reputation for revolutionising both the method and style of faith-based storytelling. Read more

It’s Worth the Ride as ‘Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris’ [Movie Review]

By: Laura Bennett

Somehow when France and fashion combine the stage is set for dreams to come true, and Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris knows it. Read more

Mr Eternity’s Story Explored in ‘Written in Chalk: The Echo of Arthur Stace’

By: Laura Bennett

In the year 2000, when the new millennium was celebrated with Sydney’s famous New Year’s Eve fireworks, the word “Eternity” glowed brilliantly across the Harbour Bridge. Read more

Dustin Nickerson Counters Unhelpful Marriage Advice with Comedy

By: Laura Bennett

If you’re on the brink of marriage or just trying to prepare yourself for the “one day, someday” of getting engaged, there’s a plethora of books, courses, devotionals and relational aids that promise you the insights you need before making such a commitment. Read more

Drop the Notion of “Making It”, Says Musician-Turned-CEO Pete Gillies

By: Laura Bennett

Today, perhaps more than ever, the idea of having one career for life is an increasingly outdated notion. Read more

Christian Music Great Toby Mac: Grief and Hope Behind the New Album ‘Life After Death’

By: Laura Bennett

In the face of devastating loss, our belief in the goodness of God can understandably be challenged. We wonder how a good God could allow us to experience such grief or pain, and why our circumstances have unfolded as they have. Read more

‘Some Happy Day’ – New Film Humanises Homelessness

By: Laura Bennett

The issue of homelessness is a prevalent one in Australia. Pre-pandemic, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said that on any given night in Australia one in every 200 of us will be homeless. Read more

“It Doesn’t Have to Have a Price Tag to Be Worth Something” – Tauren Wells

By: Laura Bennett

Have you ever felt torn between pursuing your dream vocation or prioritising the crafts that light you up, and carrying the weight of adult and family responsibilities? Read more

“There’s Freedom in Having to Reinvent Yourself” – US Author Shauna Niequist’s New Book

By: Laura Bennett

Sometimes in life change is gradual, and at other times it comes all at once in profound measure. Read more