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.
Currently 844,000 people globally are without access to water and Papua New Guinea ranks among the world’s most disadvantaged nations when it comes to access to clean water.
You’d be shocked to learn how much modern-day slavery is going on in Australia.
A recent study has shown that the gender gap is even greater in countries famous for their focus on gender equality. It seems the more power women have to choose, the more likely they are to choose humanities-related areas instead.
It is not enough for us as believers to simply say, as the wide-sweeping solution to this tragedy and those of its kind, “This world just needs Jesus.”
Whole countries and generations of Christian leaders have been shaped by the work of Dr Billy Graham. After reading his autobiography at a key moment in my own life, I jotted down these 8 lessons to take on board…
In his 99 years on earth, Billy Graham touched the lives of millions, helped shape evangelical Christian culture, and at the height of his popularity, even lowered crime rates in cities including Sydney and Melbourne.
Tim Costello and the Alliance for Gambling Reform say donations from the gambling industry to political parties should stop.
I still remember Kevin Rudd saying, ‘To the mothers and the fathers, the sons and the daughters, for the breaking up of the families, we say sorry’.
We live in a world of mass media, big ideas, cultural change and global pain… it’s time to shine a light and apply love like a balm.