Isle of Dogs is proving to be a school holiday hit for audiences of all ages.It’s strange, it’s heart-warming, it’s hilarious, it’s surprising—and it’s for the whole family.
You’re thinking about your to-do list and your grocery list and that thing you wish you hadn’t said and that person from school who still has no idea how much they hurt you. Your brain never stops.
Every choice has a consequence, like a pebble in a pond. Each word has a ripple effect that builds others up or tears them down. Each action has an aftermath that draws us closer to our spouse, or creates a chasm that divides.
The Australian diver, who’s just brought home bronze in the Commonwealth Games 10 metre platform synchronized diving, has a strong Christian faith. It’s the thing that’s kept him focused, in the gruelling and sometimes heart-crushing world of elite sport.
Imagine a paper chain, made up of bright yellow festival wrist bands, stretching more than five kilometres long. On each of those looped wrist bands, is a message: a prayer to God, written by an ordinary Australian, about something they want to see changed for the better.
This tasty Tarragon Chicken salad has a great combination of favours and textures and is perfect for an end of week meal or when a lighter dinner is required.
How could Jesus say to these people, “Don’t worry?” And what does it mean to “seek first his kingdom?” How do we live life, so that we don’t just cope with it, but find real happiness in it?
Australian Rugby star Israel Folau has found himself in hot water after his comments following a question on his Instagram post that showed how God’s plan for our lives is often different to our plans.
China’s government last week issued a ban on internet sales of the Bible. Beijing also issued its first white paper on religious freedom in 21 years.
When something requires willpower, many children give up, get distracted, or refuse to do as they’re asked. New research suggests a fun way to help us get stuff done with our kids called the “Batman Effect”.