‘Some Happy Day’ – New Film Humanises Homelessness

The story of ‘Some Happy Day’ follows Tina, a homeless woman in search of a better life, who meets Frances, a social worker with troubles of her own.

Talking to Teens About Vaping, Alcohol & Drugs

Vaping is on every school principal’s mind right now. Adolescent psychologist Collett Smart and drug-and-alcohol educator Paul Dillon share their advice.

If Not Now then When?

Research has shown that procrastinators can produce results of lower quality and suffer more stress and illness. Why put off what you can do now?

Profound Truths Highlighted in New Thriller ‘Nope’ – Movie Review

In the new thriller ‘Nope’, director Jordan Peele illustrates a profound theological point, writes film critic Russ Matthews.

What the Reign of Blockchain Means for Real Money

Cryptocurrencies based on blockchains radically improve transparency, and are influencing real world money in significant ways.

God Can Use An Introvert—Tayla’s Story

Tayla is a former competitive surfer and self-confessed introvert. After an injury halted her surfing career, God prompted in her a change of direction…

Friends and Why We Need Them

Friendships in the Bible like David and Jonathan, and Jesus and his disciples, highlights our need for friendship in this earthly existence.

“It Doesn’t Have to Have a Price Tag to Be Worth Something” – Tauren Wells

For more than a decade, singer Tauren Wells has been refining the personal mission behind his own life and creative endeavours.

Do you Trust the Holy Spirit When Talking to People About Jesus?

The Holy Spirit has promised He has our back and that he’ll be there for us when we share Jesus, but do we really trust Him when the moment arrives?

Teenage and Young Adult Caregivers: Financial Help is Available

Grant recipient Lucas was able to complete IT training. He hopes to study further and secure his first full-time job to support his family.

Talking to Teens About Vaping, Alcohol & Drugs

Vaping is on every school principal’s mind right now. Adolescent psychologist Collett Smart and drug-and-alcohol educator Paul Dillon share their advice.

If Not Now then When?

Research has shown that procrastinators can produce results of lower quality and suffer more stress and illness. Why put off what you can do now?

Profound Truths Highlighted in New Thriller ‘Nope’ – Movie Review

In the new thriller ‘Nope’, director Jordan Peele illustrates a profound theological point, writes film critic Russ Matthews.

What the Reign of Blockchain Means for Real Money

Cryptocurrencies based on blockchains radically improve transparency, and are influencing real world money in significant ways.

God Can Use An Introvert—Tayla’s Story

Tayla is a former competitive surfer and self-confessed introvert. After an injury halted her surfing career, God prompted in her a change of direction…

Friends and Why We Need Them

Friendships in the Bible like David and Jonathan, and Jesus and his disciples, highlights our need for friendship in this earthly existence.

“It Doesn’t Have to Have a Price Tag to Be Worth Something” – Tauren Wells

For more than a decade, singer Tauren Wells has been refining the personal mission behind his own life and creative endeavours.

Do you Trust the Holy Spirit When Talking to People About Jesus?

The Holy Spirit has promised He has our back and that he’ll be there for us when we share Jesus, but do we really trust Him when the moment arrives?

Teenage and Young Adult Caregivers: Financial Help is Available

Grant recipient Lucas was able to complete IT training. He hopes to study further and secure his first full-time job to support his family.

The Phantom of the Open – Movie Review

Dreams sometimes come in different golf bags: Russ Matthews reviews the new film, ‘The Phantom of the Open’ – a sport based drama with a comic twist.

CHINA: Imprisoned Christian Forced to Send Suspicious Letter

After two years of denying correspondence and four years of preventing his family from meeting with him, imprisoned Chinese Christian Zhang Haitao recently sent his family a letter from prison.

IRAQ: Oppression of Iraqi Believers

A recent report from the American Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East highlights the desperate circumstances facing many Iraqi Christians – both those residing in their country as well as those living as refugees.

NIGERIA: Mother Saves Daughter from Attempted Rape

Fulani Militants attempted to rape a 16-year-old Christian girl on the morning of 8 August while she was walking with her mother to their farmland in Nkiendonwro village, roughly 32km from Jos, the capital of Plateau state.

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: Believers Caught Between Fighting Rebels

For many years, the people of the Central African Republic have endured civil war as rebel groups fought against the ruling government.

CHINA: Church Leaders’ Wives Given 15-Day Detentions

Minister An Yankui and Zhang Chenghao were arrested and detained last November for attending a 2020 Christian conference in Malaysia, hosted by prominent Chinese-Indonesian Pastor Stephen Tong.

VIETNAM: Christians Suffering Daily Persecution

Hmong Christians in the Nghe An province of Vietnam are suffering from severe persecution.

NIGERIA: Number of Christians Abducted and Slain Continues to Grow

Suspected Fulani herdsmen and other terrorists in Nigeria have killed six pastors and kidnapped 27 Christians of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) in the past seven months, according to an ECWA report.

EGYPT: Christian Father and Son Hospitalised Following Knife Attack

A Christian man and his son were attacked by a 43-year-old Muslim man in Giza, Egypt in the early hours of the morning on 28 July.

CHINA: Pastor Sentenced to 11 Months for “Organising Illegal Gatherings”

On 5 December 2021, Panshi Church (Church of the Rock) held a Sunday service in a remote single-story house in a local water plant in Huinong District, China. Their gathering was raided by state security personnel, local police, and personnel from the Religious Affairs Bureau.

GUINEA: Christian Man Attacked by Muslim Wife

Soulayman is a Fulani painter who came to faith in Christ through the witness of a missionary who had hired him.

If Not Now then When?

Research has shown that procrastinators can produce results of lower quality and suffer more stress and illness. Why put off what you can do now?

Profound Truths Highlighted in New Thriller ‘Nope’ – Movie Review

In the new thriller ‘Nope’, director Jordan Peele illustrates a profound theological point, writes film critic Russ Matthews.

What the Reign of Blockchain Means for Real Money

Cryptocurrencies based on blockchains radically improve transparency, and are influencing real world money in significant ways.

God Can Use An Introvert—Tayla’s Story

Tayla is a former competitive surfer and self-confessed introvert. After an injury halted her surfing career, God prompted in her a change of direction…

Friends and Why We Need Them

Friendships in the Bible like David and Jonathan, and Jesus and his disciples, highlights our need for friendship in this earthly existence.

“It Doesn’t Have to Have a Price Tag to Be Worth Something” – Tauren Wells

For more than a decade, singer Tauren Wells has been refining the personal mission behind his own life and creative endeavours.

Do you Trust the Holy Spirit When Talking to People About Jesus?

The Holy Spirit has promised He has our back and that he’ll be there for us when we share Jesus, but do we really trust Him when the moment arrives?

Teenage and Young Adult Caregivers: Financial Help is Available

Grant recipient Lucas was able to complete IT training. He hopes to study further and secure his first full-time job to support his family.

The Phantom of the Open – Movie Review

Dreams sometimes come in different golf bags: Russ Matthews reviews the new film, ‘The Phantom of the Open’ – a sport based drama with a comic twist.

How to Handle Rejection

Rejection is an experience all of us will go through at times. Eliezer Gonzalez shares some suggestions that will help you to handle rejection.

Profound Truths Highlighted in New Thriller ‘Nope’ – Movie Review

In the new thriller ‘Nope’, director Jordan Peele illustrates a profound theological point, writes film critic Russ Matthews.

What the Reign of Blockchain Means for Real Money

Cryptocurrencies based on blockchains radically improve transparency, and are influencing real world money in significant ways.

God Can Use An Introvert—Tayla’s Story

Tayla is a former competitive surfer and self-confessed introvert. After an injury halted her surfing career, God prompted in her a change of direction…

Friends and Why We Need Them

Friendships in the Bible like David and Jonathan, and Jesus and his disciples, highlights our need for friendship in this earthly existence.

“It Doesn’t Have to Have a Price Tag to Be Worth Something” – Tauren Wells

For more than a decade, singer Tauren Wells has been refining the personal mission behind his own life and creative endeavours.

Do you Trust the Holy Spirit When Talking to People About Jesus?

The Holy Spirit has promised He has our back and that he’ll be there for us when we share Jesus, but do we really trust Him when the moment arrives?

Teenage and Young Adult Caregivers: Financial Help is Available

Grant recipient Lucas was able to complete IT training. He hopes to study further and secure his first full-time job to support his family.

The Phantom of the Open – Movie Review

Dreams sometimes come in different golf bags: Russ Matthews reviews the new film, ‘The Phantom of the Open’ – a sport based drama with a comic twist.

How to Handle Rejection

Rejection is an experience all of us will go through at times. Eliezer Gonzalez shares some suggestions that will help you to handle rejection.

What’s Even Better Than a Self-Stacking Dishwasher?

Better than a dishwasher, Jesus cleans, restacks and reshelves us, to a higher shelf than where we really belong, writes Sam Chan.

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