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Friday 10 Jan 2020 · News
While firefighters and charities respond in practical ways to bushfires, there’s another army working to meet emotional and spiritual needs: chaplains.
Thursday 9 Jan 2020 · Parenting
56% of Australians avoid calling people, choosing instead to text or send an instant message of some kind including teens who are an even lower percentage.
Thursday 9 Jan 2020 · Relationships
Keeping the marriage spark alive takes effort, and willingness to try new things. Here's 25 ideas, from the outdoors to indoors, from active to creative.
Wednesday 8 Jan 2020 · Lifestyle
Where would we be without books? What wonder and wisdom we’d miss out on, what delight we’d forfeit. Here’s this year’s edition of my Best Books list.
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Wednesday 8 Jan 2020 · Health and Fitness
It's near impossible to escape news of the current bushfire crisis. While we all need to stay informed and safe, when is too much bad news, bad for us?
Tuesday 7 Jan 2020 · Health and Fitness
Thousands of Australians impacted by bushfires will need emotional support in the weeks to come. Here are 12 ways to help someone who's struggling.
Monday 6 Jan 2020 · Parenting
Many parents believe they are doing the right thing by giving their teenagers alcohol, however new research has turned that on it’s head.
Saturday 4 Jan 2020 · News
Andrew and Jillie Flaxman and their 4 kids are thanking God for the "hero" who saved their lives in the Lake Conjola firestorm on New Years Eve.
As bushfires began to close in on the South Coast of NSW, among those affected were hundreds of Christians camping in holiday parks for Beach Missions.
While many of us have planned outdoor adventures for our summer holidays, bushfire conditions mean many forests and recreation areas are now closed.
Tuesday 31 Dec 2019 · Christian Living
With uncertainty on the horizon, a New Year can be exciting and scary all at once. But God promises that when we go through deep waters, He will be with us.
Friday 20 Dec 2019 · Finance and Business
It’s supposed to be “the most wonderful time of the year” - but there’s a dark side to Christmas that crushes many people: debt.