Know a young person in the grip of depression, anxiety or another mental health issue? Here are some little things you can do today to build that young person up.
“For the last three years [my daughter] has been slowly dying.” So starts the moving excerpt promoting Anne Tonner’s award-winning memoir, Cold Vein.
Many (white) Christians staunchly defended the rights of Indigenous people in our historic past: no small surprise to some modern secular readers. But the answer to why might be the most surprising.
The pressure to provide, to achieve and to make their mark on the world, can energise and stir hope in the younger man, but what about the older?
I didn’t want to cry but I’m one of those people who cries when she’s angry, and this day, I was angry. I was angry at God.
The invaluable role that woman play throughout society inspired the theme “Because of her, we can!” which highlights this year’s NAIDOC Week celebrations.
When there’s a battle of wills between parent and child, the adult is meant to be the one who manages their emotions. But parents are humans too, so how do you patch things up, after losing your cool with the kids?
This delicious homemade chicken broth is great to drink when feeling unwell! Broth can be kept frozen for up to 3 months.
The sacrifice of Jesus was the hand of God that was thrust into the murky waters of this world to take hold of us in our helplessness, the question is, will you grasp it?
If science allows for the possibility that we can do something – should we? The repercussions seem ever more serious as we extend our ability to successfully manipulate the genetic makeup of living things.