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Thursday 23 Mar 2017
Christian writer Philip Yancey has spoken out about immigration policy, saying that despite the risks, Western nations should always welcome asylum seekers.
Wednesday 22 Mar 2017
Around the world, businesses are joining a wave of support for “Corporate Social Responsibilty”—that’s fancy industry-speak for ‘doing the right thing’.
Wednesday 15 Mar 2017
For Uncle Richard Campbell, a survivor of the Stolen Generations, healing from the trauma of his childhood has been a lifelong journey.
Friday 3 Mar 2017
Melbourne man Daniel Flynn was 19 when he realised he had a choice: spend his life building a lucrative career, or he could spend it changing the world.
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Wednesday 25 Jan 2017
As Australia Day 2017 looms, the “Change The Date” movement is gaining momentum—with some strong voices in Australia’s Christian community getting behind it.
Friday 20 Jan 2017
Pop star Dami Im and thousands of other Australians may soon find themselves cut off from supporting the sponsor children they’ve come to love in India.
Friday 16 Dec 2016
A ray of hope shines in Aleppo, as the church continues to survive, and Christians show practical love to their neighbours in the thousands.
Wednesday 14 Dec 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
If you thrive under pressure, are happy in less-than-glamorous conditions and love to help those in need, you may be who Samaritan’s Purse is looking for
Thursday 8 Dec 2016
While you’re planning your Christmas logistics this week, try to clear some space to share a meal or a chat with an elderly or isolated person.
Monday 5 Dec 2016 · Hope Mornings
Stories of heartache, generosity and resilience lie buried in the hearts of Middle Eastern refugees. And Sally Bathgate is letting their voices be heard.
Friday 2 Dec 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
The Freedom Project, founded by a Sydney couple, is freeing children from sex work and other forms of slavery around the world.
Tuesday 29 Nov 2016
What you really need to know about climate change, are the devastating stories of those suffering the most—our Pacific neighbours.