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Thursday 2 Nov 2017 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
World Vision's Tim Costello has visited many of the world's most critical humanitarian disasters. Yet even he was unprepared for the devastating crisis of the Rohingya people.
Monday 30 Oct 2017
After two Melbourne churches were vandalised with ‘Vote Yes’ graffiti, Daniel Christianz says it was in these churches that he learnt to love the gay community.
When two Melbourne churches were vandalised with graffiti by an angry yes campaigner, the pastors responded with messages of grace, peace and love.
Wednesday 11 Oct 2017 · Hope Mornings
More than 95 percent of Aussie girls feel they’re treated unequally to boys, and many are losing confidence as they approach adulthood, says a new study.
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Thursday 5 Oct 2017 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
When Joel McCoy heard a call out from Samaritans Purse to serve in an Emergency Field Hospital in the Middle East he did not hesitate.
Wednesday 4 Oct 2017
Just 10 minutes’ drive from Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, where the terror of Sunday night took place, around 2000 people meet every week to worship God.
Sunday 1 Oct 2017 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
Can the marriage law issue be changed so that that both 'sides' in the current debate could be accommodated? Fr Brian Lucas wants to suggest a way.
Monday 25 Sep 2017 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
Sometimes being out of step with popular culture for good and godly reasons is necessary to be faithful to our calling, argues Michael Jensen.
Despite a strong showing by new NZ Labour leader Jacinda Adern, New Zealand National PM Bill English looks set to retain power.
Monday 18 Sep 2017 · Hope Mornings
As a Christian who worked in the police force for decades, retired NSW Police Chief Inspector Gary Raymond did a lot of his investigations ‘on his knees’.
A world-first residential facility for children left behind in a murder, will be named ‘Grace’s Place’ - in memory of Grace Lynch, the mum of Anita Cobby.
Monday 18 Sep 2017 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
A new law Parliament governs the rules of the SSM Postal Survey. Is it a reasonable protection or a limit on free speech? And is it a precedent for the future? Law expert Neil Foster's analysis.