By: Anne Rinaudo
Apology has been in the news recently – mainly for all the wrong reasons. There has been Elon Musk to a Thai based diver, the Thai Wild Boars soccer team assistant coach to parents for getting trapped in a cave, Craig Kelly, MP, to the father of three children who died on the MH17 flight. Continue reading “That’s not an Apology, This is an Apology; A Christian Apology”
Above: Asylum seekers flee their homeland by boat, captured in the documentary ‘Human Flow’.
By: Clare Bruce
“The world is shrinking, and people from different religions, different cultures, are going to have to learn to live with each other.” Continue reading “‘Human Flow’ – The Profound Film That’s Set to Change Hearts and Minds on Refugees”
By: Susan Browning
Worship can’t exist without relationship – when you love something or someone you spend time with them, when you adore someone you lavish love on them. Worship simply means to place value or worth on something or someone. Ways we place worth-ship on someone is through compliments, praise, adoration, affirmation. We can only feel all those things through knowing someone, we can only know someone if we spend time in their presence. Continue reading “Worship and Relationship”
By: Laura Bennett
Curiosity is something to be encouraged in our kids, but when they start to ask curly questions about life, faith, and why you make them set the table how do you handle it? Continue reading “Handling the Conversations with Your Kids that Matter Most”
By: Susan Joy
These flavoursome meatballs sit in a creamy leek and mushroom sauce. I like to make the meatballs into quite small balls so they are immersed well into the sauce. Continue reading “Meatballs with Leek & Mushroom Creamy Sauce”
By: Sheridan Voysey
Twenty-one anniversaries later, I sometimes look at my wife Merryn and wonder how this marriage of ours works. I’m a writer and speaker, Merryn is a statistician. I work with words, she works with numbers. I want beauty, she wants function. We come from different worlds! Continue reading “You’re Both So Different? That Could Be What Makes Your Marriage Work”
By: Michael McQueen
Over a century ago, the great educationalist John Dewey remarked: “If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.” Continue reading “3 Ways to Future-Proof our Schools, Students and Educational System”
Above: Stryper guitarist Oz Fox. Photo: John Charles, Facebook.
By: Clare Bruce
A sudden health scare has cast a shadow over Christian metal band Stryper and its current world tour, as long-time guitarist Oz Fox faces a diagnosis of brain tumours. Continue reading “Stryper’s Australia Tour Still Going Ahead as Guitarist Oz Fox Battles Brain Tumours”
By: Dr. Wayde Goodall
“If you faint in the day of adversity, your strength is small.” ~ Proverbs 24:10.
I believe our Creator frequently gives us instruction to focus, to make up our minds, to set goals, to have vision, and to stay on track. Continue reading “Creating Mental Toughness”
By: Focus On The Family
Question: Due to a job transfer, we are moving to a different region of the country. How can parents help kids adjust to a cross-country move, whether due to a job change or a military transfer? Continue reading “Q&A: Preparing Your Kids for a Long-Distance Move”