Without any warning, I felt it: A blanket of emotions – depressive, suffocating – descended on me. Taunting me. Whispering to my soul. Making me feel things I had rarely felt before.
When Eloise Wellings takes off from the starting line at the Games on the Gold Coast, she won’t just be propelled by her 20 years of experience and training.
My words say: “Just be; find rest, it’s so good for you” my life says: “I can’t rest, I’m too busy with all that doing”.
Discussion of crime and punishment inevitably gets heated. Some take the ‘prison is for punishment’ approach, while others highlight the social circumstances and personal difficulties that got people behind bars.
The latest research tells us that most Aussie kids (around two-thirds) are using their screens significantly more than expert guidelines suggest is healthy.
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?