By: City Bible Forum
3pm on a Thursday afternoon. I needed to write an article but I just couldn’t decide on what to write. The low blood sugar didn’t help. But the indecision was due to more than that. Continue reading ““What’s for Dinner Tonight?” Overload – With a Side of Decision Fatigue!”
By: Lorrene McClymont
Has God ever asked you to take a step of faith? A huge step but He’s only shown you the first step to take. That step and nothing else? There’s a bit of a big picture but just a step towards it. Once you take the first step, you see the next one, and then the next one. And it’s terrifying. Continue reading “Taking the Steps”
By: Steff Willis
Introduced in 2001, the iPod was the first MP3 player to boast 1,000 songs and a 10-hour battery into a 6.5-ounce package. Since its introduction over 20 years ago, the iPod has changed the game for people who love to listen to music on the go. Continue reading “A Moment of Silence for the Iconic and Now Discontinued iPod”
By: Russ Matthews, Reel Dialogue
With all that we have at our disposal online, an army of amateur sleuths will investigate when the based on a ‘true story’ moniker is put on a film. It does not take too many clicks of the computer before most people can ascertain if an account is accurate or merely dramatised history. Continue reading “Father Stu: Movie Review”
By: Amy Cheng
Healthy eating is often linked to better mental health but a new study has revealed that the act of cooking healthy meals can also benefit our mental health.
Continue reading “Confidence in Cooking Could Improve Your Mental Health”
By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez
What to remember and what to forget? Your memory is a fascinating thing. Remembering what is bad in our lives comes easily to us, but remembering what is good often takes hard work! Continue reading “Practicing Gratitude: What to Remember and What to Forget”
By: Michael McQueen
With abilities that seem to have come straight from the future, 3D printing is gaining traction across all industries. While 3D printing has been a fringe technology for decades, the numbers give some indication of how quickly it is moving towards the mainstream. Continue reading “3 Key Powers of 3D Printing”
By: Jess Drummond
In the late ‘90s, I spent many hours sitting by my brothers’ CD player, listening to Hanson’s “Middle of Nowhere” album on repeat.
Continue reading “Music Over Fame – Hanson on Their Musical Longevity, and a New Album”
Bella is a multi-disciplinary creative who is currently working in a creative agency outworking their content creation. She has spent most of her working life in ministry and church.
Continue reading “A Simple Secret That Makes Sharing Jesus Easy – Bella’s Story”
By: Steff Willis
Even with all our differences, the one thing Australians can all agree on is the joy of the ‘Democracy Sausage’. Continue reading “Where To Snag A ‘Democracy Sausage’ This Saturday”