By: Sheridan Voysey
What are you running from? Where are you running to? This short story will have you longing for the freedom of wide open fields. Continue reading “Don’t Be Ruled By Your Fears”
By: Laura Bennett
Over the duration of this pandemic, the reality of human trafficking and the online exploitation of young girls and women, in particular, has been an increased area of concern. Continue reading “A21 Global Summit – Find Out How You Can Be Part of the Solution to End Human Trafficking”
Freedom. Everyone is obsessed with it. We hear it sung in the music we listen to, we see it featured in movies and marketers sell us the idea of freedom to get us to buy products.
Continue reading “You Have Been Set Free”
The cultural conversation of our generation revolves around freedom of choice.
Continue reading “Do Your Friends See Freedom in You?”
You cannot deny, Jesus was straight gangster (go with me on this one) — He was born in the ghetto, nobody really knew who the father was and His inner circle was made up of criminals and prostitutes.
Continue reading “Freedom Fighters — Revived for a Reason”
By: Akos Balogh
How should Christians respond to an increasingly hostile culture? Continue reading “The Unintended Consequence Of Silencing The Christian Voice”
By: Sam Chan
“Meant to Be” is Bebe Rexha’s highest-charting single. Released in October 2017, it has had approx. 500 million views on YouTube, and peaked at #2 on the ARIA charts in Australia. Continue reading “Bebe Rexha – What It’s Meant to Be?”
By: Sam Chan | Espresso Theology
Dua Lipa has just been named the most streamed woman of 2017 in the UK. She is only 22, but her song New Rules has had 765 million views (to date!). Continue reading “Dua Lipa – What the Most Streamed Woman in the UK Can Teach Us About Jesus”
By: Stephen O’Doherty | Open House
The result of the marriage survey, with its consequent change to the law, has opened up the question of religious freedom in Australia. Continue reading “Imbalance: How Religion Has Less Protection than Other Human Rights”
By: Sheridan Voysey
Well, our new puppy Rupert Reginald McScruffy is proving popular with the public. People stop me in the street to pat him. Facebook friends love his videos. At this rate he’ll be finding himself an agent, getting promo shots done, and forgetting to return my calls. Continue reading “Are You Running to False Places of Safety?”