By: Laura Bennett
When you believe so strongly in the goodness of God and the peace that Jesus brings to our lives, what do you – when as a person of faith – you also experience deep, unrelenting anxiety that doesn’t seem to lift?
Continue reading “If I’m Anxious, Does That Make My Faith Weak? – Author Nikki Thompson”
By: Collett Smart
Weekly news reports of traumatic images and stories of pain and destruction such as; natural disasters (bushfires, floods, volcanoes and earthquakes), the coronavirus, terrorist attacks, threats of war and shootings can cause great concern in children. Continue reading “Traumatic Events in the News: 10 Tips for Supporting Young People”
The Millennials, or Generation Y, describes those born between the years of 1980 and 1994. They’re having children of their own and are parents to the youngest generation (Generation Alpha). Continue reading “Millennials and Their Career Expectations”
By: Rhema 99.7
On the 25th anniversary of Rebecca St. James’s first big album ‘God’, she reflects on 25 years and lets us in on new music she’s working on now. Continue reading “The Artist Spotlight with Rebecca St James”
By: Laura Bennett
Is there a way to measure your spiritual growth? Central to the Christian faith is a desire to become more Christ-like and see our lives reflect Jesus’ character, peace and intuition. But how do we know we’re getting any closer to that goal? Continue reading “Christian Growth Comes Down to Daily Habits Says Pastor Justin Kendrick”
By: Tania Harris
Back in the first century, it wasn’t normal for men and women to be friends. They didn’t meet for coffee in morning tea breaks or discuss current affairs over the water-cooler. They didn’t sit next to each other in the synagogues and swap ideas about their theology. They certainly didn’t discuss their spiritual lives by the village well.
Continue reading “How to Do Friendship With the Opposite Sex – God Conversations”
Such has been Melbourne’s growth, it was just three years ago its population reached 5 million, two years after Sydney hit the milestone, yet it will close out this decade at 6 million, getting there ahead of Sydney. Continue reading “Melbourne set to become Australia’s largest city – McCrindle”
By: Amy Cheng
International Women’s Day (IWD), Tuesday 8 March, is an opportunity to celebrate women but also to lament about how women have been treated, an academic and mentor to young women has said.
Continue reading “Dr Katrina Clifford Helping Change Problematic College Cultures for Women”
By: Lorrene McClymont
I am a champion procrastinator. I know what I need to do to get things done, but then it all piles up and I feel completely overwhelmed, worry that it won’t be perfect, and consequently do none of the things. I have put together a few tips that have really helped me start to move instead of being frozen. Continue reading “How to Do the Things…….. From a Champion Procrastinator”
By: Sheridan Voysey
I came across a helpful word recently: wintering. Author Katherine May uses it to describe those moments when life turns cold through crisis or loss and we find ourselves living at a different, slower pace to everyone else.
Continue reading “There’s a Word for What I’m Experiencing: Wintering. Maybe You’re Feeling it Too”