By: Laura Bennett
The true crime genre has taken off in recent years. In the last few months alone we’ve seen people get duped through online dating (The Tinder Swindler), cheated out of multiple millions by cunning imposters (Inventing Anna) and have their lives put at risk by those employed to save them (Dr. Death).
Continue reading “True Crime and Faith, in ‘Evil Good’ – the Feature Film Debut of Hillsong Channel”
By: Akos Balogh
Our secular culture often uses Evolution to explain why we’re moral creatures. It’s popularised by thinkers like evolutionary Psychologist Jonathan Haidt or author Steven Pinker.
Continue reading “A Fatal Flaw at The Heart of Evolutionary Morality”
By: Collett Smart
Nature is known to provide cognitive benefits and enhance our overall physical and mental wellbeing. Yet, for some tweens, spending too much time on technology, sees them not getting enough exercise or spending enough time outdoors. So how do we help our young people create a healthy screen time balance? Continue reading “9 Ideas for Screen Time Balance”
By: Amy Cheng
Christian humanitarian aid organisation Samaritan’s Purse is providing on-the-ground support in Ukraine.
Continue reading “Running Towards the Disaster: Samaritan’s Purse in Ukraine”
By: Danni Synot
I have a confession to make. Sometimes I have days when I just can’t be bothered. I mean really can’t be bothered. Continue reading “Feeling Unmotivated – And How to Deal With It”
By: Michael McQueen
More than any other point in history, our era idolises the individual. Especially in the West, our ideals, advertising and algorithms place the individual at centre stage of their own lives. Laws, instructions and requests that once would have been seen as serving the greater good are now likely to be interpreted as fundamental threats to freedom and autonomy. Continue reading “The Power of Choice: Why Autonomy Is the Most Effective Motivator”
By: Lorrene McClymont
Comparison is the fastest destroyer of calling, joy, and peace. When you compare your life, journey, talent, gifting, or calling to someone else’s, you will always find yourself lacking. Continue reading “Comparison Steals”
By: Amy Cheng
Women are often the unsung heroes in the church, with their work behind the scenes often going unnoticed, but a new podcast and ebook are hoping to change that.
Continue reading “Women’s Justice and Mercy Ministries: Celebrating the Church’s Unsung Heroes”
By: Steff Willis, 96five
Brooke Ligertwood discusses life, the joy of raising kids, her favourite tracks and the process of recording a live worship album.
Continue reading “Brooke Ligertwood Describes New Album SEVEN in 7 Words”
By: Stephen McAlpine
Shane Warne was a human headline to the end. An end that came quickly and shockingly on the same day another cricketing superstar died.
Continue reading “‘Shane’: Reflections on Warney and a Death So Young”