In a Facebook video, Christian leader Karl Faase has answered the atheist taunt that Jesus’ resurrection is one big April Fools’ joke.
We’ve all been let down. People close to us have hurt us. We’ve been disappointed by those we thought we could depend upon. That’s the kind of thing we remember on Good Friday.
In a world where anyone with a phone is a news source and where everyone with social media can become a pseudo-celebrity, it is no shock that what was once sacred is snapped instead.
Jews used family tombs, which they reused over and over again for many generations. Hardly no one was ever buried in a “new tomb.” So why was Jesus?
Why is it that something as good as a Magnum ice-cream is associated with sin? Why is it that pleasure is often associated with evil?
In this podcast Dr Justin Coulson shares his top 4 tips for keeping our anger in check, staying calm and being kind to our children (even when we think they don’t deserve it).
You don’t have to miss out on Easter traditions just because you choose to eat healthily. This Hot Cross Muffin recipe can be made traditionally with sultanas or chocolatey using healthy dark chocolate.
In a country where freedom of religion is part of the protections afforded to citizens, Paul, Apostle of Christ is a valuable reminder of the story of the early church.
In the Middle East, the foot is considered the most shameful part of the body. So what does it tell us that Jesus had no problem with washing his disciples’ feet, a job only fit for a slave?
Looking across news websites I’ve seen a common theme. “How do I explain this to my 10-year-old son?” Parents across the country are agonising over how to explain the Australian cricket cheating scandal to their children.