A shipwrecked ocean ferry, children lost at sea and a rescue against the odds. Just one of the consequences of life in an impoverished nation.
Following Jesus is a pretty comfortable option in Australia—but for over 215 million Christians around the world it now means high levels of persecution.
Kids Helpline has issued a list of the signs of bullying, self-harm, anxiety and avoidance that parents and teachers should look out for.
This happy union, that most of the world seems to be celebrating and embracing, stands in contrast to the sad royal events of a quarter-century ago.
What is life like when you have been held in offshore detention for four years, with little to no hope of permanent resettlement?
The result of the marriage survey, with its consequent change to the law, has opened up the question of religious freedom in Australia.
The head of a leading Christian media outlet has called on ‘No voters’ to accept Australia’s ‘Yes’ for same sex marriage, with good spirit and grace.
Just days after returning from Bangladesh Rev Tim Costello said that it was “the worst human suffering that I have personally witnessed”.
Daniel Christianz says it was the very churches that were vandalised with “vote yes” graffiti, where he actually learned to love the gay community.
When two Melbourne churches were vandalised with graffiti by an angry yes campaigner, the pastors responded with peaceful messages of grace and love.