Friday 22 Oct 2021 · Podcasts · UNDISTRACTED
Greg Sheridan AO is an Australian journalist who has been immersed in the world of power, politics and faith for over 40 years.
Thursday 14 Oct 2021 · Podcasts · UNDISTRACTED
Christian music veteran Mac Powell (Third Day), is about to release his first Christian solo project, 'New Creation'.
Thursday 14 Oct 2021 · Social Justice
With an estimated 40.3 million men, women and children enslaved today, global anti-trafficking organisation A21 are again inviting us to take part in their annual event.
Wednesday 13 Oct 2021 · Life · Hope Drive
"This idea that is built into all of us, into our DNA, is this desire and reflex to help,” Ebony Gaylor, sociologist and social futurist.
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Friday 8 Oct 2021 · Movies
A fun and youthful adventure that also asks some big questions about the consequences of going against the grain.
Thursday 7 Oct 2021 · Podcasts · UNDISTRACTED
Why does a God who is so infinite allow problems in this world? Best-selling Christian author Max Lucado says the answer is in our response.
Wednesday 6 Oct 2021 · Guests and Artists · Hope Drive
Alexander Pappas inadvertently captured the COVID fatigue feeling in his first single, that was actually inspired by pre-pandemic challenges.
Thursday 30 Sep 2021 · Podcasts · UNDISTRACTED
Jefferson Bethke found himself revaluating the entire modern Western model of the family unit in light of pandemic living.
Wednesday 29 Sep 2021 · Movies · Hope Drive
'The Starling' is about expectant parents Lily and Jack (Chris O’Dowd), who soon after giving birth to their daughter Katie lose her to SIDS.
Tuesday 21 Sep 2021 · Relationships · Hope Drive
Rebekah Campbell's book '138 Dates' covers her three-year journey in finding love, confronting grief and rejection, and perseverance.
Friday 17 Sep 2021 · Movies · Hope Drive
For mature audiences, fans of true crime and mysteries will enjoy Disney+'s 'Only Murders in the Building' with its many twists and turns.
Wednesday 8 Sep 2021 · Movies · Hope Drive
Wanting to prevent “a sever buckling of the economy”, the US Congress developed the September 11 Victim Compensation Fund.